St John’s Wort

Growing and Cultivating St John’s Wort Named after its time of bloom – June 24, the birthday of John the Baptist – St. John’s wort has yellow flowers with distinctive oval-shaped, elongated petals, as well as a rich history of being used as medicine dating back to ancient Greece. Theorized by scientists to be native to Europe, the western United States and parts of Africa and Asia, St. John’s wort (Hypericum perforatum) possesses impressive antibacterial, antiviral and anti-inflammatory properties and is thus used for a variety…

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St John’s Wort remedies

Quick and Easy Homemade St John’s Wort Remedies St John’s Wort Oil Of all the mediums that St. John’s wort products can be found in the market, the most effective is its dark red oil rather than capsule or powder. When you grow your own St. John’s wort you can easily make your own oils and home remedies. Here is what you need to do… What you will need: 1 cupful of St. John wort’s fresh flowers Olive oil A jar with a lid Instructions on…

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