Vanuatu Kava Kava Root ~, Fresh Hawaiian Kava Kava Root +, Passion Flower Herb +, Fresh St. John’s Wort Flowers +, Lobelia Herb +, Fresh Pulsatilla Herb >, Grain Alcohol, Deionized Water.
FORMULA RATIO: 1:2.1
SERVING SIZE: 475 mg/ml (30 drops)
Parasympathomimetic (decreases adrenaline), Antianxylitic (decreases anxiety), Nervine, Antidepressant
Kava Gold synergistically combines the wonderful benefits of Kava Kava with the potentiating benefits of the powerful anti-anxiety herbs Pulsatilla and fresh Lobelia extract. This formula reduces anxiety, nervous irritability, and compulsive thinking and panic attacks. Similar in action to benzodiazipine drugs (valium, xanax, klonipin, halcion) Kava Gold will calm and soothe the mind and soul when going through difficult times emotionally and mentally, yet does not interfere with cognitive function for staying alert and clear.
Kava Gold helps insomnia when the mind will not calm down, yet one is tired or exhausted. It will help light sleepers by helping one go beyond REM sleep and into deeper sleep stages where rest and healing occur.
Kava Gold calms one and appeals to those needing a safe way to relax.
Kava Gold may help reduce depression if associated with anxiety or severe stress.
Kava Gold can help performance anxiety from activities ranging from public speaking to sex.
CONTRA-INDICATIONS AND CAUTIONS:
Pregnancy and Nursing
Operations of heavy equipment (this is an American Herbal Products Association recommendation)
COMPLIMENTARY FORMULAS & SINGLE HERBS:
St. John’s Tonic/Mood-Aid (if depression accompanies the anxiety)
St. John’s Wort (if depression accompanies the anxiety)
Relax (to help sedate the whole nervous system)
Ginseng Master/Energy (if exhaustion and deficiency is present)
30-90 drops in juice or water, 2-3 times daily or as needed.
Numbing kava sensation and bitter.
Formula may contain small amounts of herbal precipitate (small particles) due to strength of preparation.
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Weiss, R. Herbal Medicine. Beaconsfield Publishers. Beaconsfield, England p.295-297
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.