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John's Wort, the cool kid also known as Goat Weed and Rosin Rose, pops up naturally in North America, Africa, and Europe. Despite its newfound fame, this herb has been rocking since ancient Greek times. Legend has it, it blooms around June 24th, John the Baptist's birthday bash.


People love brewing the dried herb into teas, infusions, tinctures, and extracts for a herbal hoot!


Keep in a sealed container in a cool, dry place.


Infuse in oil for use as a skin oil and liniment. The oil may also be used to produce creams and other topical formulations. Use to make liquid extracts and tinctures. 


Because this herb is known to reduce the effectiveness of a number of medications, consult your physician before using St. John’s wort. Do not use in conjunction with benzodiazepines or other psychotropic medications.


Applications:Astringent/Sedative/Antidepressant/Antispasmodic/Pain Reliever/Antiviral/Bile stimulant


St. John's Wort is primarily used as an anti-depressant.


Depression: St. John's worth can be used to improve depression.


Women's Health: St. John's wort can be used to treat menopausal symptoms such as fatigue, and hot flashes.


Tonic: St. John's wort can be used to help keep the liver and gallbladder in good health.


Anxiety: St. John's wort can be used to battle feelings of anxiety and insomnia.


Antispasmodic: Oil of St. John's wort may be used to treat pain from cramps.


Skin: St. John's wort oil may be used to treat burns and wounds.


Digestive system: St. John's wort may be used to treat ulcers and intestinal or stomach inflammation.


Infection: St. John's wort is an antiviral and anti-inflammatory that can be used to combat illness.


for educational purposes only

This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

please be advised:  Before making any changes to your diet you should always consult with your doctor, especially if you are pregnant, nursing or have existing conditions.

St. John's Wort


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