Vitamin Supplement
 

Side Effects of Kava Kava

 

 

As every supplement, presents side effects of kava kava and benefits.  Kava Kava has been used during a long time by natives of the South Pacific and occupies a prominent position in the social, ceremonial, and daily life of people in this part of the world. 

 

Side effects of Kava kava are related to gall bladder or liver problems . 

 

In Europe, kava kava has long been used as a safe, effective treatment for nervous tension,mild anxiety,muscular tension and mild insomnia. 

 

Side effects of Kava Kava Dosage Range: side effects of kava kava image

 

 Side effects of Kava Kava Dosage Range: 100-250mg (standardized extract), 1-3 times a day for anxiety; single dose of 250-300mg (standardized extract) before bedtime for insomnia. 

  •  Tincture: 30 drops with water 3 times daily. 
  •  Infusion: take ½ cup twice daily. 

 

  • Side effects of Kava Kava Most Common Dosage: 100mg (standardized extract), 3 times a day as needed for anxiety; 250mg (standardized extract) at bedtime for insomnia. 
  •  Tincture: 30 drops with water 3 times daily. 
  •  Infusion: take ½ cup twice daily. 

 

  •  Side effects of Kava Kava Functions or Benefits of Kava kava Root/Piper Methysticum: 

 

  •  This supplement is an approved medicine in several European countries for the treatment of nervous anxiety and tension. 

 

  •  Side effects of Kava Kava may be as powerful as some conventional anti-anxiety medications in controlling symptoms of anxiety and minor depression. 

 

  •  Studies on the effects of kava when taken for PMS symptoms and menopausal complaints are also favorable. 

 

  •  Kava Kava may promote relaxation, sleep and rest by altering the way the limbic system modulates emotional processes. 

 

  •  Side effects of kava kava: 

 

  •  If you are experiencing a liver disorder and have used kava, please inform your healthcare professional. 

 

  •  This dietary supplement may cause drowsiness. Use caution when driving and performing tasks that require alertness. 

 

  •  It may increase the effects of alcohol. 

 

  •  If you have Parkinson's disease talk to your doctor before taking this dietary supplement. 

 

  •  Do not use kava kava if you have any gall bladder or liver problems including cirrhosis or hepatitis. 

 

  •  In dosages 10 times greater than normal use, such as in tea form, this dietary supplement may cause skin irritation and rash-like symptoms. 

 

  •  Pregnancy/Breast-Feeding : 

 

  •  It should not be used in pregnant women or if you are breast-feeding an infant. 

 

Drug/Herb Interactions: 

 

  •  Sedative medications 
  •  Alprazolam 
  •  Antidepressant medications 
  •  OTC products causing drowsiness 
  •  Alcohol 

 

Health Conditions related to Kava Kava: 

 

  •  Anxiety 
  •  Attention Deficit (Hyperactivity) Disorder (ADD/ADHD) 
  •  Eating Disorders 
  •  Fibromyalgia 
  •  Insomnia, Sleep Disorders 
  •  Migraine 
  •  Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS) 
  •  Restless Leg Syndrome 
  •  Stress 
  •  Temporal Mandibular Joint Disorder (TMJ)