St. John's Wort Tincture
Ayurvedic product to heal body pain naturally
St. John's Wort Tincture diminishes internal and external pain. It often relieves the pain of sore muscles. This has long been seen as a herb that helps people to lift out of the dark places.
This blood red beauty is the most powerful aid to depression. The five-petaled flowers are a lovely, vivid yellow that when crushed release a reddish purple oil.
Taken orally as tincture, St. John’s Wort helps ease anxiety, tension, neuralgias, seasonal affective disorder and depression.
Susanne Fischer-Rizzi writes “from medieval days, St John’s wort was thought to banish demons. Peasants hung it in the tables to protect livestock from sorcery and placed a small tuft in their chamber windows to keep evil spirits from entering. The plants power to undo spells resulted in names like 'chase the devil' and 'flight of the demons'.
Also called by its old botanical name Hypericum, it is also used to help relieve physical tension and pain. “When injuries to the nerves are involved, this is often among the most beneficial and broadly acting herbs available. It is appropriate for conditions ranging from sciatica to atrophy of nervous tissue.
St. John’s wort is the herbalist go-to for painful issues such as sciatica, Bell’s palsy, head and spine trauma, pinched nerves, after surgical and dental work, as well as injuries to any area that is rich in nerve ending.
St John’s wort has been revered as a medicinal plant throughout history. The first part of St John’s wort’s old botanical name, Hypericum, loosely translates to ‘rising above one’s daemon’. INSTRUCTIONS : Take half a dropper or tincture in 15 ml of water, three times a day.