September 9, 2013 — Stress is a normal reaction to pressures a person faces such as, important decisions, family issues, or work problems. These daily stressors can easily interrupt the body and mind’s ability to relax. Herbal supplement manufacturer MediHerb has designed Kava Forte as a natural way to promote necessary relaxation and relieve anxious feelings.
The new product is a well-balanced herbal formulation that respects the traditional wisdom behind centuries of Kava use. Kava Forte can provide support to adults coping with nervousness, tension, or mood swings, and may help to:
- Calm nerves
- Ease the effects of everyday tension and stress
- Promote relaxation and sleep
- Support the relief of muscular tension
Kava Forte’s effectiveness is a result of the unique extraction process used by MediHerb. Using the highest quality Kava root, the Kava extract is created through a 100 percent water extraction process, a technique that maintains the full range of significant compounds, including vital kavalactones. The 50 mg of kavalactones supplied in each supplement is the primary ingredient to promote emotional balance.
“I have been safely using a water extract of Kava in my practice for nearly a decade” says Kerry Bone, co-founder of MediHerb, and director of research, “I find it just as effective as solvent-extracted Kava in helping my patients cope with a variety of nervous system challenges.”
MediHerb’s Kava Forte has been evaluated for both efficacy and safety in several positive clinical trials and continues to work with researchers to better understand the therapeutic activity of Kava.1-4
Kava Forte is exclusively distributed in the United States by whole food supplement manufacturer, Standard Process Inc.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
1Sarris J, Stough C, Bousman CA et al. J Clin Psychopharmacol In Press
2Sarris J, Kavanagh DJ, Byrne G et al. Psychopharmacology 2009; 205(3): 399-407
3Sarris J, Adams J, Kavanagh DJ. Aust J Med Herb 2010; 22(1): 12-16
4Sarris J, Stough C, Teschke R et al. Phytother Res In Press
Source: Standard Process