Part Used: Flowering tops.
St. John’s Wort has long been honored for it’s wide range of
uses; studies have begun to remind us once more of its versatility. A nerve restorative.
Depression with nervous exhaustion, tension and/or stress. Hypervigilance. Insomnia.
Headache. Nerve pain. Neuralgia. Sciatica. Injury to nerves. Spinal pain. Skin conditions
with acute pain (shingles, etc.) Has anti-viral anti-bacterial properties. Good, mild
anti-infection herb for kids. Neurogenic bladder, bedwetting, incontinence. Digestive
problems with tension. Painful menstruation. Menopausal depression, tension. Passive
hemmorhage. Externally the liquid extract or the Oil of St. John’s Wort can be used for
recent, painful injuries with nerve pain, swelling, sprains, bruises, skin conditions with pain, in
ear for pain and infection.