St. John’s Wort is mostly known as an antidepressant and a treatment of emotional disorders such as anxiety, obsessive- compulsive disorder (OCD) and ADHD.
Beneficial in preventing and treating cancer.
Used for diseases of liver, gallbladder, lungs, stomach ulcers, duodenum, pancreas and for disorders of the urinary tract.
It can reduce the excess amount of acid in the intestines.
Effective for chronic heart disease, lowering blood pressure and strengthening of blood vessels.
It has antibiotic-and anti-inflammatory properties.
Externally treats swelling, eczema and hemorrhoids. Healers recommend the herb for fractures, contusions, bruises and muscles sprains and strains.
St. John’s Wort has a positive effect in a treatment of polio and MS. It has also been used to treat hypothyroidism.
Salve made with the extract can be used topically to treat burns, insect bites and scabies.
Gives relief from mood swings caused by premenstrual syndrome and menopause in women.
Helps to reduce risk of AIDS, hepatitis and other serious viral conditions.
Helpful in easing cravings and withdrawal symptoms after quitting cigarettes and alcohol.
St. John’s Wort can interact with some medication, so it is recommended to consult the treatment with your MD.
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