Kava Kava is the non-dependant, all-natural, mild sedative that relaxes the body without harmful side effects. It helps reduce anxiety, restlessness and stress.
Taken at night, Kava Kava alleviates sleeplessness and insomnia. And it relaxes your muscles, effectively reducing the pain caused by muscle cramping and spasms.
In addition, Kava Kava helps improve circulation, mental alertness, memory and concentration. It also calms nervousness, suppresses the appetite and alleviates menstrual cramping.
- Helps muscles relax without dulling the senses.
- Works on the central nervous system to promote relaxation, especially during stress and depression.
- Promotes more restful sleep.
- Promotes feelings of well-being.
- Helps muscles relax without dulling senses
- Promotes relaxation
- Promotes more restfull sleep
- May help reduce pain
Our Product Advantage
Each capsule of NSP Kava Kava contains 200 mg of concentrated kava kava root extract, standardized to 30 percent total kavalactones.
Take one capsule at bedtime or with your evening meal.
|Nutritional:||Nerve Eight®, Nerve Control (RE-X), Super Supplemental Vitamins & Minerals, B, B-Complex Capsules, Melatonin Extra 3mg, Stress Relief (STR-C [Fire Quenching] An Shen), Stress-J (STR-J), Stress-J (Liquid)|
|Homeopathics:||Distress Remedy, Nervousness|
How Does it Work?
Unlike many popular prescribed relaxation drugs, Kava Kava reduces anxiety but does not impair mental function or promote sedation. Kava Kava contains compounds called Kavalactones, unlike prescription drugs, shown to help thwart anxiety, relieve pain, relax muscles, and prevent convulsions in animals. Studies suggest that Kavalactones influence the limbic system of the brain, the area where emotions are centered.
The benefits of Kava Kava appear to be many. It has long been used by pacific islanders to help reduce pain. It works on the central nervous system and promotes relaxation to those suffering from anxiety or depression. Kava Kava may also promote more restful sleep to those struggling with insomnia or restlessness, as it helps the muscles of the body relax.
Avoid Kava Kava if you are pregnant or nursing, operating machinery, mixing with alcohol or taking anti-depressants. Long term use may cause liver damage.
A double-blind, placebo-controlled study of anxiety sufferers showed that kava kava provided significant superiority over a test drug after eight weeks of use. Additional studies suggest that kavalactones influence the limbic system of the brain, the area where emotions are centered. Further studies using animals show that kava kava acts as a sedative, analgesic, anticonvulsant and muscle relaxant.