Plants - Drugs Mind - Spirit Freedom - Law Arts - Culture Library  
Erowid References Database
Wainiqolo I, Kool B, Nosa V, Ameratunga S. 
“Is driving under the influence of kava associated with motor vehicle crashes? A systematic review of the epidemiological literature”. 
Aust N Z J Public Health. 2015 Oct 06;39(5):495-9.
Kava is marketed as a herbal anxiolytic in several countries and is consumed recreationally in high doses in many indigenous Pacific and Australian Aboriginal communities. We reviewed the published literature examining the association (if any) between kava use and motor vehicle crashes (MVCs), MVC-related injuries or driving performance.
Comments and Responses to this Article
Submit Comment
[ Cite HTML ]