St Johns Wort tea is known as nature’s Prozac. Saint johns wort tea has been used successfully for centuries as an antidepressant, nervine and calmative hope. St. John’s wort is named after John the Baptist. It is in season around the 24th of June, the celebration day of St. John the Baptist. It contains many fytochemicals that act on messengers in the brain that regulate mood.
What is St Johns Wort tea good for?
- natural anti-depressant
- relieves anxiety attacks, relieves heart palpitations
- helps with insomnia
- heals wounds
How does St Johns Wort tea make you feel?
St Johns Wort tea has a bitter-sweet flavor. While everyone’s brain and body is different, St Johns Wort has different effects on everyone. It is a very strong anti-depressant and relieves anxiety. Studies show that many people benefit from this plant and others don’t feel the effects much. For advice, you can consult Miranda, Cyherbia’s Herbalist and your doctor.
Preparation method: Use 1 teaspoon per cup. Let it brew for 4-5 minutes. Then strain and drink.
Caution: do not take St. John’s wort if you are on any medication. Avoid during pregnancy. Consult your doctor before taking St Johns tea.
Approximate weight: 60gr. The weight varies depending on the density of the herb.
Please note: This item cannot be shipped to Ireland and Israel.