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Kava:
From Ethnology to Pharmacology

edited by Yadhu N. Singh


This comprehensive volume describes kava's history, botanical origins, production, marketing, chemical and biological properties of the chemical constituents and the clinical and medical studies that provide evidence for its therapeutic benefits.

An invaluable reference to kava, Kava: From Ethnology to Pharmacology will be of great interest to healthcare professionals, scholars, researchers, students, the pharmaceutical industry, and the general public who are interested in medicinal plants.

Contents

  1. An Introduction to Kava Piper methysticum
  2. History, Folklore, Traditional, and Current Uses of Kava
  3. Kava: Production, Marketing and Quality Assurance
  4. Botany and Ethnobotany of Kava
  5. Chemistry of Kava and Kavalactones
  6. Pharmacology and Toxicology of Kava and Kavalactones
  7. Kava: Clinical Studies and Therapeutic Implications

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Kava: From Ethnology to Pharmacology
edited by Yadhu N. Singh
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