St. Johns Wort tea
Many choose to take St. John's in capsule or tincture form which affords
standardization of dosing when dealing with mild depression. However St. Johns
Wort tea offers the synergistic benefits of the whole herb. The taste is not
unpleasant but rather
woody with a slightly bitter undertone which can be improved with the addition
of sweeter herbs. Drink St. Johns tea as a daily nerve tonic and as a nightcap
to calm the bladder.
St. John's Wort *
|Additions: honey, lemon
|Variations:Add a pinch a cinnamon or ginger to taste
: Make it as a standard infusion by pouring
boiling water over the herb, and leaving to steep until cool enough to drink.
Use 1 to 2 teaspoons of herb for each cup of water. Make a strong
decoction if using for herpes lesions and apply as a compress.
Tags and Uses for this Remedy
- Bed Wetting/incontinence :Incontinence affects the young and the old, women, men and children.
- Depression : Depression touches us all in some form, whether directly or in the suffering
of a loved one.
- Fibromyalgia :Fibromyalgia pain is often accompanied by anxiety, depression, chronic fatigue
- Flu : Flu, or influenza is not just a severe cold, the flu is caused by a virus. The flu is very contagious,
and preventative measures should include antiseptic and antiviral herbs.
- Rheumatoid_arthritis :There are many herbal remedies that can help to ease
rheumatoid arthritis pain ,and many have a long history of use.
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