Grass of San Juan.
St. John's wort (Hypericum L.) St. John's wort, carob.
It begins to bloom on the day of St. John's memorial, although recently due to weather anomalies and changes in the seasons in different regions of Poland, this time is different.
St. John's wort contains essential oil, flavonoids, coffee acid, tannins, resins, anthocyanins, hypericin, carotene, vit. C, azulene, choline, acetylcholine, hyperine (glucoside), chlorogenic acid, nicotinic acid, pectins, salts, saponins.
Excerpts fromSt. John's wort has a calming, astringent, anti-hemorrhagic, choleretic, disinfectant, sedative, diuretic, anti-inflammatory, fortifying, anti-flatulence and detoxifying effect; improve mood, seal and strengthen blood vessels, regulate metabolism, stimulate digestion, regulate bowel movements, coordinate the work of the liver, gallbladder and pancreas. Alcohol and oil extracts show anti-stress and anti-depressant effects, as well as photosensitizing and anti-acne.
It is useful in disorders in the secretion of bile, urolithiasis, liver diseases and inflammation within these organs. It is also compatible with pancreatic, stomach (ulcer) and intestinal diseases. Useful in indigestion, skin diseases, cardiovascular diseases, nervous discomfort and exhaustion, and menstrual disorders.
Young people who take tincture, juice or intrakt for a longer period of time heal acne.
Alcohol and oily extracts of St. John's wort have photosensitizing effects, which can be skillfully used to treat many skin conditions, for example, psoriasis, acne, vitiligo.
People who take alcoholic extracts of St. John's wort should not sunbathe excessively or stay in the sun for too long!
More on the application and how to make St. John's wort extract.
Agnieszka / Aga Radzi
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