Hypericum perforatum is the botanical name of the plant from which St. John's Wort Herb is produced. Other common names for Hypericum perforatum include Klamath weed, goatweed, witches herb, god's wonder plant and Tipton's weed. The plant, which is a small deciduous shrub, bears lovely bright yellow flowers followed by small red fruits. It should not be taken if you are currently on pharmaceutical MAO-inhibitors.
Warning: Do not use this product while taking any prescription drug(s) without the advice of your prescribing physician. St. John's Wort should not be used during phototherapy (laser or ultraviolet). Avoid excessive exposure to sunlight when using this product.
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Organic St. John's Wort Herb
Botanical Name: Hypericum Perforatum
Common Names: Hypericum, Goatweed, God's Wonder Plant, Witches Herb
Form: Cut & Sifted
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