Anxiolytic EFFECT

Kava has been used by Pacific Islanders for centuries to bring about a condition of mental calm.

Kava has been used by Pacific Islanders for centuries to bring about a condition of mental calm. Karma Kava brings the best tasting and most potent Kava to the South Florida market! The origin of this plant is also historically used to produce a ceremonial drink that has a moderate to mild sedative effect. Modern research has shown that the kava herb is effective in treating a variety of conditions including anxiety and panic attacks.

The primary action of kava-kava is to relax the muscular system, which prevents anxiety. Research on lab rats and humans suggest that kava increases the activity of dopamine, a substance that helps us feel emotionally stable and less stressed. Other brain chemicals that may be affected by increasing dopamine levels are serotonin and adrenocorticotrophic factor (ACF), both of which are involved in regulating anxiety. Dopamine and other chemicals contribute to feelings of pleasure and vitality.

While the precise role that kava plays in relieving anxiety is not known, there are some things that researchers believe are related to its actions. Increased dopamine levels are likely to contribute to the calm feelings. Similarly, a chemical called kavalactones may be responsible for the calming effect. Kavalactones are produced by the nervous system, but are thought to be responsible for the feeling of well-being, rather than aiding pain relief or fighting depression.

Since kava has been shown to be effective as an anti-anxiety and anti-depression agent, it has been used in some combination to treat a range of conditions. It has been used for pain relief in patients with chronic pain and in psychiatric patients who are undergoing psychotherapy. It has also been used as a mild sedative and a cough suppressant. Research studies have shown that the anxiolytic properties of kava are responsible for causing a reduction in liver toxicity when taken in high doses.

Kava is widely used by people all over the world who suffer from anxiety disorders. It is believed by practitioners of alternative medicine that it works because it causes a state of calmness and relaxation, which relieves people of their anxiety symptoms. People who use kava tea to control anxiety state that it is a great solution for people who need fast relief from panic attacks. However, there is no medical evidence to support this claim. The possible benefits of using data may simply be attributed to folklore.

Kava is a plant that belongs to the category of psychostimulants, meaning they affect the function of the central nervous system and are capable of inducing behaviors like addiction and dependence. Kava was first developed in southern India and used as a treatment for muscle spasms and cramps. More recently, however, it has been shown to be an effective treatment for many health conditions, such as: depression, chronic fatigue syndrome, migraine headaches, insomnia, menopause symptoms, urinary disorders, sexual dysfunction, and syndromes related to menstruation. Research studies have found that kava has antidepressant activity and may be useful in conditions related to mania, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorders, and phobias.

In Australia, there are many naturopaths who are using kavalactones for the treatment of candida infections, ulcers, and other inflammatory conditions. In addition, some naturopathic doctors are using kava extracts along with vitamin C to treat Candida ulceration, mouth infections, periodontal disease, osteoarthritis, shingles, and other conditions. Researchers at the University of Pittsburgh have found that when the herb was taken orally, it produced a decrease in blood glucose levels, which is characteristic of a substance that induces appetite loss. In a related study, the Australian researchers reported that the herb not only reduced blood glucose levels but also improved intestinal function (which is important because of the way the intestines are structured, and the resultant absorption of food) and mental health. Research on human test subjects who took the medium to large dosages of kavalactones had fewer signs of insulin resistance, which is a characteristic of diabetes.

Like all substances that change the body chemistry, some side effects of kavalactones have been noted. However, these are relatively mild and include stomach upset, headache, and nervousness. 

There are some well-established benefits associated with kava root, and many of these benefits are desirable for anyone with chronic insomnia. One of the most intriguing benefits is its effect on improving memory. Because of the sedative qualities of kava, many people who suffer from insomnia find that taking it before going to bed can help them sleep.