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Effects of Kava-kava on neuromuscular transmission and muscle contractility

Discussion in 'Kava-Kava' started by Bajeda, May 13, 2007.

  1. Bajeda

    Bajeda Super Moderator Platinum Member & Advisor Supporter

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    Jul 13, 2006
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    Description: Kava greatly prolonged the duration of mepps and epps and also slowed and depressed directly elicited muscle action potentials. It is concluded that kava causes paralysis by mechanisms similar to local anaesthetics.

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