St.-John’s-worth, grass / Hypericum perforatum, herba

2 oz / 50 grams

£5.00

St. John’s wort is used to treat inflammation of the lining of the gastrointestinal tract, gastric or intestinal ulcers, liver, bile, bladder and kidney diseases, inflammation of the throat, nasal mucosa, haemorrhoids, burns, difficult-to-heal wounds, gingivitis. stomatitis. St. John’s wort is used to treat mild to moderate depression, as well as nocturnal urination in children because of nervous reasons.

St.-John's-worth, grass / Hypericum perforatum, herba

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Active ingredients

Aboveground organs of St. John’s wort contain up to 0.4% of dyes, 12% of tannins, 0.5% of glycosides, 0.1% of reduced sugars, up to 55 mg% of carotene, up to 0.24% of essential oil, 3.57% of organic acids, 5.19% polysaccharides, 4.52% minerals, dyes, flavonoids: hyperoside (0.7% in herb, 1.1% in flowers), rutin, isoquercitrin and quercetin.

Healing properties

St. John’s wort is used to treat inflammation of the lining of the gastrointestinal tract, gastric or intestinal ulcers, liver, bile, bladder and kidney diseases, inflammation of the throat, nasal mucosa, haemorrhoids, burns, difficult-to-heal wounds, gingivitis. stomatitis. St. John’s wort is used to treat mild to moderate depression, as well as nocturnal urination in children because of nervous reasons. St. John’s wort extract improves heart function, increases blood pressure, has a calming effect, improves appetite, promotes urinary excretion and tissue regeneration, has anti-inflammatory, astringent, antiseptic effects. Traditional medicine experts call St. John’s wort a remedy against 99 diseases.
Do not use in case of high blood pressure, constipation, during pregnancy, with sensitive skin. Do not use before irradiation or during sunbathing, in combination with drugs – digoxin, cyclosporine, theophylline, hormonal contraception.

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Even in healthy people, strong St. John’s wort tea can cause symptoms of gastritis, and people with stomach ulcers can experience severe cramps and pain in the gut. Excessive consumption of St. John’s wort can cause headaches, nausea, and vomiting. St. John’s wort is used to treat inflammation of the lining of the gastrointestinal tract, gastric or intestinal ulcers, liver, bile, bladder and kidney diseases, inflammation of the throat, nasal mucosa, haemorrhoids, burns, difficult-to-heal wounds, gingivitis. stomatitis. St. John’s wort is used to treat mild to moderate depression, as well as nocturnal urination in children because of nervous reasons.

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