All of our Liquid Herbal Extracts are prepared according to precise Good Manufacturing Practices and with individualized formulations or processes, which enable each herb to be extracted according to its own unique physical and biochemical characteri...
All of our Liquid Herbal Extracts are prepared according to precise Good Manufacturing Practices and with individualized formulations or processes, which enable each herb to be extracted according to its own unique physical and biochemical characteristics. This attention to detail produces a finished extract, which optimally represents the herb from which it was made. Our extracts are very rich in the aroma, taste and bioactive compounds of the original herbs themselves. We use certified organic liquids to make over 80% of our liquid herbal extracts.
St John's Wort (Hypericum Perforatum) is suggested for the potential to help support symptoms of mild to moderate depression, viral infections, bacterial infections, menstrual cramps, immunity deficiencies,, and wound repairing, and may take a few days to take effect as the body needs to load up on the constituents.
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Take two to five times per day by drinking 30 to 40 drops in a small bit of water.
We prepare our St. John's Wort Extract from fresh (undried) flowering and budding tops of Hypericum perforatum plants. Fresh herb/menstruum ratio: 1:1.5 Contains certified organic grain alcohol (52-58%) & St. John's Wort extractives.
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