Kava

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Piper methysticum leaves

Kava (also known as Kava-Kava, or Piper methysticum) is a crop that grows in the Western Pacific.[1] The roots of the plant have demonstrated medicinal effects.

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  • Sleep aid
  • Calming, relaxation, stress management
  • Anxiolytic[citation needed]

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  1. "What Is Kava Kava?". WebMD. Retrieved July 12, 2019.

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