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Tea May Cause Kidney Failure And Muscle Breakdown - Somanabolic Muscle Maximizer

May 20th 2014 at 5:55 AM

When found on a bicycle 34-year-old collapsed on the side of the road and rushed to the University of Rochester Medical Center emergency room on the verge of collapse, kidney failure, muscle, and doctors were surprised to discover that the trendy tea derived from the kava plant and the cause of his ills. Article Resource By Somanabolic Muscle Maximizer

Team believes URMC reported a case study, to be the first of its kind in the scientific literature, and publish in the Journal American Emergency Medicine. , but described it as a cautionary tale, emphasizing the importance of taking comprehensive medical history, including the use of any and all herbal remedies and pharmaceuticals.

In this case the patient recovered, and doctors noted that adverse effects are rare somewhat. However, across the country in the number of kava bars is on the rise - a recent article noted at least three new businesses in Palm Beach, Fla., - despite several documented health problems due to kava ingestion.

"With the increasing use of herbal remedies, we in the medical field have become accustomed to question patients about their use," said URMC Department of Emergency Medicine Kamali, Chairman F. Michael, MD "What concerns us is the lack of controls in the production and distribution of these products, as well as some of the shortfall in knowledge of the potential harm by those people who use this product"

Kava (Piper methysticum) is a plant in the pepper family that grows naturally throughout the western Pacific. It has been used for the people of Hawaii for the year 3000 and its anodyne celebratory drink. Regular tea drinkers to demand kava It relieves anxiety, insomnia, and symptoms of menopause. Some people drink alcohol in place.

The sale of kava root extracts in pill form and legal in the United States and can be found on the Internet. However issued a Food and Drug Administration and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) warnings due to concerns about liver and kidney toxicity

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