- updated 2 years ago
St. John's Wort Tea is known botanically as Hypericum perforatum. It promotes a sense of well being, fosters peaceful mood and calms the mind. Herb tops and the flowers are used in herbal preparations. This perennial grows in the wild, reaching one to three feet in height. It blooms June through August, after which it produces small black seeds. Its botanical root name, Hyperieum, is from ancient Greek, meaning "over an apparition" because it was thought the herb was so vile to cause evil spirits to fly away. Available only in the United States...
- updated 3 years ago
Feeling down in the dumps? Let St. John's Wort lift your spirits. St. John's Wort (Hypericum perforatum) contains the active ingredient hypericin, which can promote a positive mood. Ours is standardized for .3% hypericin so you can rest assured you're getting the exact same potency with every dose, every time. Available only in the United States.