St John’s Wort Tincture – Stomach Ulcers · Rheumatic Pains · Anxiety Reliever | Mount Athos Pharmacy
St. John’s Wort Oil stands out thanks to its strong antiseptic, healing, astringent and antioxidant properties. It is ideal for stomachache and gastric ulcer and is beneficial and soothing for those who suffer from stomach and gastric disorders.
Net Weight: 50ml
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ST. JOHN’S WORT TINCTURE FROM MOUNT ATHOS PHARMACY IN KARYES
St. John’s wort oil from the Mount Athos Pharmacy stands out thanks to its strong antiseptic, healing, astringent and antioxidant properties.
The monastic tincture is ideal for stomachache and gastric ulcer and is beneficial and soothing for those who suffer from stomach and gastric disorders.
The Mount Athos St John’s Wort tincture is made by dissolving St John’s Wort into alcohol of 45 degrees (Mount Athos biological tsikoudia).
Saint John’s Wort’s main ingredient, hypericin, is what appears to help alleviate mild to moderate depression, although not much is known about whether or not it proves helpful in severe depression.
It also has strong astringent and calming properties and effectively calms the digestive system in case of dysentery or diarrhea.
• treats depression
• improves mood swings
• relieves anxiety
• reduces the severity of pre-menstrual symptoms
• eases addictive tendencies
• regulates hormonal activity
• strong antioxidant action
• protects against viral infections
• reduces inflammation
• soothes the nervous system
• treat rheumatic pains
St John’s Wort Tincture is a 100% natural product from Mount Athos
Dosage: Pour 8-10 drops in some water 3 times a day.
Suggested use: At least for 1 month.
Origin: Mount Athos Pharmacy
Net Weight: 50ml
St. John’s Wort is becoming increasingly popular in Europe mostly due to the lack of side effects. Other prescription antidepressants such as Prozac, Zoloft, and Paxil often produce effects.
Formal studies are now being conducted in the United States but this plant has been used in Europe, particularly Germany, for centuries. In fact, this treatment is so popular in Germany that it is prescribed by more than seven to one over Prozac, which is a very popular antidepressant in the United States. German doctors generally write near 3 million different prescriptions per year for St. John’s Wort.
St. John’s Wort’s beneficiary effects cannot be felt immediately (for mild to moderate depression and anxiety) but usually after a span of 4-8 weeks, patients have usually improved a lot. In fact, studies show that about 60% to 80% of patients ameliorate within this time span.