More on St. John's Wort

July 23, 2019

More on St. John's Wort

As the season peaks, we're packing so many of these lovely flowers into oil—this product is quite amazing to work with, as the buds exude their red essence in a matter of days, deepening as the weeks go by!

David Winston writes:

Firmly entrenched in the public’s mind as the “depression herb,” Hypericum has a multitude of other uses. Hypericum has long been known as a trophorestorative to the nerves and nerve tissue. It is effective for treating nerve pain; peripheral neuropathies, Reynaud’s disease, phantom limb pain, head trauma, and minor spinal injuries...

Little Known Uses of Common Medicinal Plants:
St. John’s Wort (Hypericum perforatum)

 






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