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Were you looking for information about Kava Kava? Cavacava is a common misspelling of kava kava.
Kava kava is a pepper-like plant of the South Pacific islands that is commonly used in dietary supplements. It is claimed to be beneficial for treating numerous conditions, including anxiety disorders, menopausal symptoms, and insomnia. At this time, it is not fully known whether kava kava is safe, due to concerns about liver toxicity. Other potential side effects include dizziness, abnormal spasms, and drowsiness.
(Click Kava Kava for more information about the safety and effectiveness of kava kava, other conditions the supplement is used for, and potential side effects that may occur with treatment.)
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