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St. Johns Wort is a popular herb historically known for its powerful nervous system supporting properties. Calms nerve pain, mental hysteria, panic attacks, depression and emotional outbursts. You can read more in-depth details here.
- Supports the nervous system (pain, inflammation, spasms).
- Supports mood improvement (anxiety, nervous, panic attacks, over-worrying).
- Balances the emotions (hysteria, outbursts, weepy).
- Improves feelings of well-being, self-worth and self-control to combat depression, feeling lonely and isolated.
How It Works:
St. John’s Wort is an important herb for the nervous system. It has long been popular for supporting this system. St. John’s Wort contains at least 10 pharmacologically active constituents. Numerous studies show that one of these, hypericin, appears to act by elevating mood and acting as a mild calmative. Recent scientific studies have shown that another constituent, hyperforin, may have more powerful mood-enhancing, spirit-lifting properties. A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study published in 1998 showed that patients who received the highest amounts of hyperforin-containing St. John’s Wort scored highest on the Hamilton Rating Scale for Depression. (A high score on the rating scale indicates lower levels of depression.) Time-Release St. John’s Wort contains the finest raw St. John’s wort herb, standardized to contain 0.3% hypericin in a base of 450 mg St. John’s wort extract powder.
St. John’s wort aerial parts extract.
Take 1 tablet in the morning and 1 in the evening with water for all-day, all-night support.
CAUTION: While taking this product, avoid exposure to strong sunshine and tanning rays or tanning salons. It is advisable to wear sunglasses when being exposed to strong sunlight conditions. Consult your health care provider before using this product if you are taking prescription antidepressant drugs, including SSRIs and MAOIs. Not recommended for use by pregnant or lactating women. Keep out of the reach of children.