Product description and purpose:
The product is intended for indoor and outdoor use. It helps with dyspepsia accompanied by loss of appetite and nausea in the stomach. Relieves the symptoms of mild to moderate depression: restlessness, feeling tired, and sleep disturbance. Read more…
Prevents nocturnal urination in children. Applied externally, it has an anti-inflammatory effect, on skin injuries, first-degree burns and in the case of myalgia.
St. John’s Wort Oil – Method of application:
For internal use:
4 x 1 tablespoon (5 ml) daily for 90 days.
For external use:
Apply St. John’s wort oil to the affected area of skin 2-3 times a day.
Is St. John’s wort harmful?
At normal dosage preparations are not harmful.
If the skin is smeared with St. John’s wort oil and exposed to the sun, burns can occur (phototoxic effect). Therefore, it is not recommended to expose parts of the body smeared to the sun for at least three hours after application.
Are there any interactions with any medications?
Plant may reduce the effective concentration of some drugs such as contraceptives, theophylline, cyclosporine, digoxin, so the concomitant use plant with these drugs should be avoided.
Can preparations be used by pregnant and breastfeeding women?
There are no restrictions on the use of St. John’s wort during pregnancy and lactation.