Kava has been used in medicine since the 1920s by German pharmaceutical companies. When the world began to discover the wonderful properties of Cava, both interest and jealousy manifested themselves.
Entrepreneurial foreign agents began experimenting and buying Kava across the Pacific Ocean and using every part of the plant. As is known, only the basal and lateral parts of the Kava plant were traditionally used in the Pacific. The air parts of the installation contain a high level of Piper Methiperine, which is a natural protective chemical produced by the plant to protect against animals that swim.
Sale of synthetic drugs
Meanwhile, the sale of synthetic drugs for the treatment of anxiety, valium, etc., differed from Cava in terms of effectiveness and in terms of its negative kava side effects. But traditional synthetic products are the gold mine of the pharmaceutical industry, so from the very beginning it is clear that something has to give. Kava was raised due to liver toxicity. There have been many reports and concerns about the safety of using cava, and focused mainly on the serious toxicity of the liver, especially liver failure in some people who have used food supplements containing Kava extract.
Despite the fact that no convincing reference was made to the fact that these conditions were the result of components of the Cava, the drug regulatory authorities quickly took precautions, and subsequently Switzerland and France completely banned Cava. This was followed by the issuance by the Canadian health agency of a sale order in 2002.
Legal status of Kava
In 2004, the United States CDC published its reports that questioned the legal status of Kava, and its report was subsequently approved by the FDA. It turned out that the reports emphasize the use of the traditionally non-consumable air parts of the installation, the extraction process (which was largely based on solvents other than the traditional extraction of water used in the Pacific Islands). He also noted that the affected patients already had liver problems before they were introduced into dietary supplements. First of all, for centuries, the use of kava in cultures of the Pacific Ocean, there is simply no one convincing case of adverse effects of the liver in the local population.
On closer examination, the German Federal Institute of Medicines and Medical Devices, which was the first to provoke a complete ban on Kawa, agreed that the evidence does not support this position. Thus, BfArM agreed to a partial cancellation of its actions. In 2008, the EU member states completely lifted the ban, to the delight of the Pacific island countries, whose economies were badly hit by these actions.
Kava has side effects
Only using Heavy Kava has side effects, but they all become reversible after suspension of use. These include dermopathy, a scaly skin rash that is reversible again by discontinuing use of Kava. Fresh preparation of cava from basal organs without flaking can lead to red eyes. This is a mixture of chemical plant protection and the fact that some heavy users go to bed late at night every night when their chins are moving between friends. Under normal use, the effect does not exist.
This is a drink overpowered by our ancestors, which is used by our neighbors in the Pacific, and which is now making waves in the international arena. In modern society, Kava remains a harmless curiosity.
Now that the reputation of kava, the national drink of Vanuatu, has been restored, it is more appropriate that we share the Kava sink with friends from all over the world and tell them about the wonderful properties of ways to help you sleep with kava. Beer brings an overwhelming sense of well-being, deeper understanding, relaxation and tranquility, euphoria and peace. Our Kava, wonderful grass is dark, mysterious and beautiful.