Country of Origin: Greece
Sold in batch - dry
One of the most important properties of St John' s wort is its antidepressant action. It is widely used to fight the symptoms of depression and is a natural remedy to improve mood swings and relieve stress. St John' s wort helps regulate the hormones responsible for insomnia, chronic fatigue, stress and anxiety, lack of life, low self-esteem and negative emotions. It acts as a spasmolytic in cases of hysteria. It also improves the emotional transitions that occur to women during menopause. It also reduces stress, cramps, and numbness in women during menstruation.
What is important is the action of St John' s wort in cases of hypothyroidism as the active ingredients of the herb restore the proper functioning of the hormones in the body and reduce the symptoms of hypothyroidism.
St. John's wort has a high content of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory ingredients which make it valuable in relieving pain from arthritis, injuries and muscle aches.
The anti-inflammatory effect of St John' s wort heals inflammations and sores both internally and externally. It fights inflammations of the gastroesophageal system such as stomach ulcers. It greatly aids the healing of skin wounds and it can be applied on wounds, burns, bruises, cuts and bites of insects.
CAUTION! St John' s wort should be avoided during pregnancy
Taking the herb from the mouth can cause nausea, dizziness, headache and confusion. It is forbidden to take it orally in combination with another medication. It is forbidden to use it to women using contraceptive pills as it reduces their activity. Sun exposure should be avoided if the herb is applied on the skin as it can cause sunburn and spotting.
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