Intoxicating pepper. Definition

Medical Definition: Intoxicating pepper

An herb native to islands in the South Pacific. Substances taken from the root have been used in some cultures to relieve stress, anxiety, stress, insomnia and menopausal problems. Intoxicating pepper may increase the effect of alcohol and certain medications used to treat anxiety and depression. The Food and Drug Administration of the United States of America (U.S. Food and Drug Administration) informs users that the intoxicating pepper may cause severe liver damage. The scientific name is Piper methysticum. Also called kava kava, rauschpfeffer, Tonga, and yangona.

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