Does Kava help against cancer?
Kava is a member of the pepper family that grows as a large shrub and is native to many islands in the South Pacific. Kava is promoted for relief of nervousness, anxiety, stress, and insomnia. Kava has no direct impact on cancer growth; however, its ability to ease anxiety may improve the quality of life. Kava is available in capsules, tablets, powder, and cream. A safe dose has not been determined, although 100mg per day is commonly recommended. Kava may cause extreme drowsiness when taken with antianxiety medications or alcohol. Heavy or long-term use may result in liver damage, so patients with cancer spreading to the liver should be careful.
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