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Fresh St. John’s Wort Tincture

Fresh St. John’s Wort Tincture

St John’s Wort is one of America’s most famous nervines. In 2001, Time Magazine featured her in an article that referred to her as “Nature’s Prozac,” and within weeks, SJW supplements were sold out all over the US. However, dried St. John’s Wort herbs and capsules are hardly effective compared to the power of the fresh plant, which can only be preserved fresh in alcohol or oil.

While famous as an antidepressant, she is so much more. Her affinity for the nervous system acts as a trophorestorative, replenishing a fatigued, burned out nervous system, and helping those suffering from burnout, exhaustion, depression, anxiety, Seasonal Affective Disorder, nerve pain, and more.

St John's Wort is also restoring and protective for the liver, helping to support the body's natural ability to restore liver damage and protect the organ from stress and overwork.

She also has powerful pain relieving properties, especially nerve pain such as shingles, sciatica, pinched nerves, toothaches, some headaches and shooting pains.

Finally, St. John's Wort has the ability to help support the body's natural ability to fight viral infections, particularly dormant ones such as EBV, HIV, HSV, and more.

Psychologically, SJW is used as a powerful form of protection for those who feel like their energetic field has been weakened, allowing darkness and negativity to creep in and affect them in the form of nightmares, anxiety, seeing ghosts, or feeling cursed.


Fresh Hypericum perforatum, Gluten Free vodka

How to use

For depression: Take 2-4 droppers 3x a day every day for at least 6 weeks for ongoing conditions

For acute situations: 2-3 droppers several times a day for acute pain, anxiety, etc.

This blend supports:

Depleted nerves
The body's natural ability to fight viral infections
The body's natural ability to repair liver damage and protect the liver
People suffering from nerve pain


*SJW is a powerful hepatoprotective, and can protect the liver so much that it can interfere with pharmaceutical drugs, up to 50% of prescription drugs on the market. If you take pharmaceutical drugs, you should do a little research before supplementing with SJW to make sure that they will play nicely together.*

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