Fresh Natural Grown St Johns Wort 100 Caps
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It contains a number of potent compounds such as hyperforin and hypericin that exhibit antidepressant, antibacterial.
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What are the Benefits of St. John's Wort?
St. John's Wort is famous for its anti-depressant activity. It has been used in folk medicine for thousands of years as a painkiller or sedative, as well as to treat minor to severe health conditions including burns and bruises, mood swings, sleep disorders, bed-wetting in children, malaria, lung and kidney problems, tuberculosis, uterine cramping, PMS, hemorrhoids, peptic ulcers, gastrointestinal problems, breathing problems, hangovers and alcoholism.
Preliminary studies have found that St. John's Wort may also help with psoriasis, sore throats, chronic coughs, sinus infections, Parkinson's disease, chronic fatigue syndrome, arthritis, nerve pain, depression, anxiety and mental disorders.
Uses of St. John's Wort
Anxiety, Depression, and Mood Swings Studies suggest that St. John's Wort has significant amounts of hyperforin and hypericin which may raise the release of neurotransmitters (dopamine, norepinephrine, and serotonin) that modulate brain signals between cells and play an important role in the optimal functionality of our nervous system.
Hypericin in St. John's Wort may also be capable of inhibiting a bodily chemical, monoamine oxidase, which is associated with anxiety and depression. As a result, this herb may induce the sense of well being which can help with mild to moderate depression, mood swings, wintertime blues, low energy levels, and chronic fatigue.
All Herbs used are cultivated on our Farm as well as the fiber is provided by the peaceful Alpacas, Llamas & Angora Goats that share our lives with us here at the Farm
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