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Snorting Kava, and The Benefits, Side Effects and Dosages of The Drug

Snorting Kava Kava, and The Benefits, Side Effects and Dosages of the Drug

Kava Kava, and Snorting Kava Kava in general, is one of the most powerful ways that users can increase the powerful euphoria that the drug can give, however, snorting Kava is also extremely dangerous and should never be attempted by users, as doing so can cause an immediate burning sensation in the nose, as well as headaches, Kava addiction and withdrawal, and the much more rapid build up of tolerance than if you had simply used the drug orally as it was intended to be taken on a regular or short term basis. Snorting drugs in general, and especially highly powered nootropics like Kava, Kratom, Adrafinil and Modafinil, are all extremely dangerous to use via nasal administration, and should instead only be taken orally. For more information on Kava Kava and other similar and related nootropics and similar and related Smart Drugs, be sure to subscribe to our blog for a free sample of nootropics worth over fifty dollars, and comment down below with your thoughts and opinions on the article and we’ll get back to you within one business day with a response.

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Nootropic Nation and the Mind Institute

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And a host of other similar and related nootropics and online supplement companies, read on or subscribe for additional details.

Snorting Kava, and Why Kava Kava Extract Is So Powerful, Euphoric and Addictive When The Drug is Snorted

When I read on the web about individual users that are going around and snorting Kava, it actually frightens me due to how dangerous this is for the user in question, not to mention for the friends and other groups of people that they may be convincing and persuading to do the same thing with their Kava Kava extract supplements, and other nootropic stack compounds. Kava is a very powerful, natural and plant based supplement that is similar to many other types of opiate-like and downer type nootropic drugs, including Kratom, Tianeptine, Ashwagandha, Bacopa Monnieri, Gynostemma, and a host of other similar and related over the counter nootropics and Smart Drugs.

What separates Kava Kava Root Extract from these drugs however, is the fact that the drug is much more mild than these in its effects and potency, although not necessarily on the drug’s side effects, as it has been said that Kava Kava can sometimes put extra stress on the liver that is more than is needed, around the same potency as Adrafinil does, in the United States, certain warnings on Kava have even come out, and certain overseas European countries, like Germany and the United Kingdom, during the psycho active substances ban that just recently went into action, have banned the drug. In the United States however, there are even sometimes “Kava bars,” that you can go to, and at least in certain states, it is legal to serve it in a tea, as at the end of the day, Kava is naturally just a type of “fruit,” although it is an anxiety lowering and very addictive one at that.

In the Nootropics community, Kava Kava root extract is often times stacked with a host of powerful nootropic drugs in order to further increase the drugs effects, and while I cannot recommend this by any means, and instead will try to strongly advise you against this, the following are the drug’s that Kava Kava is often times stacked with as a means of potentiating the drug.

Piracetam

Aniracetam

Oxiracetam

Pramiracetam

Noopept

Phenylpiracetam

CDP Choline

Alpha GPC Choline

Ciltep

Alpha Brain

Centrophenoxine

Uridine Monophopshate, as powerful extended release form of choline that is based on the CDP Choline Complex

Vinpocetine

Piperine, a strong potentiator drug

Ashwagandha

Rhodiola Rosea 3% Salidroside

Gynostemma

Bacopa Monnieri

And a host of other powerful and very useful nootropics and online Smart Drugs, read on or subscribe to the site for additional details!

Why Snorting Kava Is Extremely Dangerous

Kava pills and powders are totally legal in the United States, however they can be extremely dangerous if they are used improperly, like in the cases of those nootropics and Smart Drugs guru’s that are on the more high risk side of drug use, and that have taken to snorting Kava Kava in order to further enhance the drug’s effects. The problem with this is two fold, as not only does it immediately hurt your nasal cavities, burning the heck out of them and putting you at risk for sinus infections, nosebleeds, and a permament deviated septum that may require surgery if it is not attended to quickly. Over the long term, the snorting and abuse of the drug Kava Kava can cause a lot of problems for the reason that the drug can quickly become a very addictive substance due to the rapid increase of Kava tolerance that will soon follow as a result of this poweful method of administration.

When you snort Kava Kava, you are literally causing yourself to rapidly build up an immunity to the drug so that whenever you go back to using Kava tea, or general oral use of Kava Kava capsules as the drug was intended to be used, the drug will be much much weaker and will start to cause additional side effects. Long Term, the oral use of Kava is very safe, legal, and easily found on the internet with regards to reviews, capsules and research studies with clinical trial credibility.

How Snorting Kava Can Easily Destroy the Lining of Your Nose and Your Nasal Passages

So, when you snort Kava Kava powder or capsules, here’s what happens to your nasal cavities, and as a quick disclaimer, it is not pretty. Kava quickly enters the nasal passages, is inhaled into your system, and crosses the Blood Brain Barrier in what is literally a matter of seconds! After this, it quickly starts to slow your heart rate, slow down your bodily processes, and to produce an intense euphoric high and relaxation effect in the brain, however this comes at a price.

Snorting Kava

The price, is the fact that the drug comes with a debilitating crash, addiction, withdrawal and a spell of tiredness and depression that lasts for as long as the entire day, indeed, after the initial rush of euphoria from snorting Kratom kicks in, the drug is going to quickly evaporate into oblivion as your body uses up all of the drug, forcing it to be excreted into your urinary tract, and thus causing a crash of increased depression and anxiety. Now if we’re being entirely honest, with just one or two bouts of snorting Kava Kava root extract, likely nothing is going to happen, however continue pushing and pushing with it, and start snorting Kava on a much more regular basis, and addiction and withdrawal will literally always set in, stick to oral use of Kava, and you’ll be fine!

Kava vs Kratom, and Snorting Kava vs Snorting Kratom, Which Of These Drugs is Stronger and More Dangerous?

In the heated debate about Kava vs Kratom, Kratom is almost always going to be the more potent drug, and I know that both because I have used each one of these drugs and can make very apt comparisons as to general potency, but also, because I know how drug and supplement marketing on the internet works. Kava Kava, also known quite frequently as Piper Methsticum, if very easily to find online, and you’ll find it at legal supplement outlets like Absorb your Health.com, Amazon.com, Ebay, Etsy, in bars around the United States, and often times even over the counter. Kratom however, is nothing of the sort, it is difficult to find, even more difficult to sell online or to get processing for, and is not sold on the mainstream outlets like Amazon or Ebay, indicating that the drug is far too strong for this use.

The Research and Reddit Reviews of Snorting Kava Kava Over The Long-Term, and How It Hurts The Body

There are tons of really high quality internet reviews online that talk about snorting Kava Kava, the dangers that this can entail from user to user, and of why this is usually almost always a bad idea for your nose, your brain, your body, your health, and for those that would like to indefinitely stay out of the dangerous cycle of addiction, tolerance and withdrawal from Kava. You can read more at the following forum review websites, Kava reviews on Reddit, and .gov research review studies:

http://kavaforums.com/forum/categories/kava-suppliers-reviews.4/

https://drugs-forum.com/forums/kava-kava.118/

https://nccih.nih.gov/health/kava

New to Kava? Read this from Kava

Final Thoughts on Snorting Kava, Why Users Do It, and Why It’s Extremely Dangerous

Overall, snorting Kava is incredibly dangerous and should never be attempted by any users, no matter how young or experienced that you think you may be with Nootropics or Smart Drugs. Kava is just as powerful when the drug is taken orally, and is much more powerful long term when it is taken very cautiously, in low dosages, in this manner as stated. Only take Kratom orally as it was intended to be used, and never rail, snort or take Kratom nasally, your nose, your brain and your body will thank you over the long term. For more information on Kava and other similar and related nootropics and Smart Drugs online, be sure to subscribe to our blog for a free sample of nootropics worth over fifty dollars, and to comment down below with your thoughts and opinions on the article, and we’ll get back to you within one business day with a response. Until next time, you heard it first right here at Nootropics University.com.

-Cheers!

*NU

Sources: 

  1. https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT02886130
  2. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/1662399
  3. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/1409797

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