St. John's wort.
Treatment of depression, wounds, burns, ulcers, gastritis in folk medicine.
Hypericum perforatum is harvested around June 24 and thereafter.
A surface part by picking branches with buds and blooming foliage.
St. John's wort is stored dried, placed in a dry and cool place.
St. John's wort is today most widely known for his herbal treatment of depression, wounds, burns, ulcers, gastritis in folk medicine.
Compress hypericin external wounds: one bottle is filled to the brim with leaves of St. John's Wort. Pour up to linseed oil and allowed to stand in the sun a few weeks to become red.
Filter and closes at dark bottle.
The resulting mixture is used to treat external wounds and injuries.
It is also possible to make washing with infusion of wort prepared in the above manner.
Old wounds, does derive from wort colors or colors yarrow as 50 grams of the flowers are soaked in 200 ml of olive oil and kept 20 days in the sun. Filter. With extract is brushed wounds.
St. John's Wort tincture, an alcohol extract of certain parts of the plant. Adopted vatreshno, alcohol acts as a carrier substance.
Oil extract of St. John's Wort - is primarily an external application, it is very valuable in rheumatism, gout and open festering wounds. Extract can be found in pharmacies.
St. John's Wort Tea:
1 tablespoon of herb brewed at 200 to 300 ml of boiling water. Leave 15 to 20 to 30 minutes Strain and drink.
St. John's wort powder:
Crushed dried herb powder has ultra high concentration of quercetin and is a fast-acting remedy for mental symptoms. Dust is recommended for surge mood and is considered very valuable prophylaxis against cancer, as opposed to tea and butter, it contains many flavonoid.
St. John's wort has anti-inflammatory, soothing, coagulation, antimicrobial, slightly laxative.
St. John's wort can help with ulcers and gastritis, duodenal disease.
Most gastric ailments and diseases respond well to the effects of St. John's wort because it soothes the symptoms and heal wounds and sores.
St. John's Wort tea helps with heartburn, bloating, nausea, cramps, indigestion, diarrhea.
Hypericine St. John's Wort has a sedative effect and thanks to him the herb fights depression and mild types of mental disorders.
It is said that St. John's wort helps with heart problems and high blood pressure and improves heart muscle.
Symptoms of colds and flu, sore throat and fever respond very well wort.
St. John's wort helps to heal wounds, bruises, scrapes, has antimicrobial and regenerative effect and helps rapid healing.
St. John's wort is not recommended for people with high photosensitivity and low blood pressure, because it can be counterproductive.
St. John's wort has been banned for sale without a prescription in Germany because of the many side effects that have been observed when used improperly.