• St. John's Wort 1oz. Dry Herb
  • St. John's Wort 1oz. Dry Herb
St. John's Wort 1oz. Dry Herb

St. John's Wort 1oz. Dry Herb

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St. John’s Wort (Hypericum perforatum

-Available in 1oz.

-Sku # STJON-DH34


Health Benefits:

·  Feelings of Occasional Depression

·  Controls stress and getting over the blues

·  Has also been used to treat chronic fatigue syndrome

·  Anxiety

·  Mood swings associated with menopause and PMS

·  Mild sedative for treatment of insomnia

·  May increase the time spent in deep sleep by helping to produce melatonin, a sleep-regulating hormone

·  Good for nerve pain

·  Sometimes used to improve the long-term nerve damage caused by uncontrolled diabetes

·  Burns

·  Bruises

·  Injuries particularly deep or painful wounds involving nerve damage

·  Sores

·  Sciatica

·  Neuralgia

·  Cramps

·  Sprains

·  Tennis elbow

·  Beneficial in easing the vocal pain and laryngitis associated with fibromyalgia

·  Said to relieve tension headaches, because of the herb's ability to relaxes blood vessels and increase blood circulation

·  May be helpful for relief of those headaches that accompany hay fever

·  It helps to heal wounds

·  Prevents skin infections

·  Keeps open wounds from becoming infected

·  Counteracts staph infection

·  Herpes virus

·  Cold sores

·  Shingles

·  Fever blisters

·  Calming effect on the digestive system

·  Thought to be effective in the treatment of Crohn's disease

·  Irritable bowel syndrome

·  Digestive ailments

·  Promotes healing

·  Reduces inflammation and swelling

·  May help to relieve hemorrhoids

Magickal Properties:

  • Wards off evil spirits

  • Divination

  • Drives away depression

  • Power

  • Dispels negative energies

  • Fire Magick

  • Sexuality

  • Passion

  • Protection Magick



·  Pregnant women should avoid 

·  Those who are photosensitive to light may experience an allergic reaction when exposed to sunlight or may become sunburned

·  Some people may experience stomach upset, restlessness, mild allergic reactions or fatigue

·  Should not be taken by those who have chronic or clinical depression

·  Do not take if you are planning to undergo any type of surgical procedure


Methods of administration:

·  Tincture

·  Capsules

·  Ointment

·  Salves

·  Tea



·  Anti-Inflammatory

·  Sedative

·  Astringent


Drug Interactions:

·  Antidepressants<

***Please double check with an interaction checker (Web MD) to see if any prescription medications you're on might interact with any supplements or herbs you may be taking or wish to take***


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