Fresh blossoms of St. John’s Wort, Grain Alcohol, Filtered Artesian Spring Water.
In traditional folk medicine where a plant’s appearance is associated with its function, the translucent glands of St John’s Wort signify the idea of letting the light in. This precisely what SJW seems to do; let the light in.
It is the antidote for that brooding melancholic sadness that can often linger unmoved and unchanged even when we are doing “all the right things.”
Lesser known benefits of St. John’s Wort include liver detoxification, support for hormonal disturbances, nerve pain, and potent antiviral activity.
Contraindications: A number of people report heightened sensitivity to light when taking this herb.
Avoid with serotonergic antidepressants, blood thinners, anxiolytic and analgesic drugs.