St John's Wort, which is normally bright red in color, can be used externally for massage purposes to treat many conditions.
Hypericin is believed to be the principal active constituent of St John's Wort. Hypericin is the oily substance contained in the leaves, petals and stems of the plant.
Also, Hypericin is known as a psychotropic activator of neuronal metabolism which may account for its antidepressant and mood lifting properties. However, the infused oil does not have the same properties as the extract.
Recommended for topical uses:
- Mild burns
- Varicose veins
- Sores & ulcers
Most especially this is indicated for nerve pain such as :
- Some rheumatic pain
Blend St John's Wort with Calendula Infused and add some Helichrysum for any bruising.
Blend St John's Wort with Calophyllum for any nerve pain. (Especially Shingles).
A known side effect associated with St John's Wort is increased photosensitivity, so do not use before going out into the sun.
Excellent bases for salves & creams.
External use only.
Do NOT use on open wounds or broken skin.
Keep away from children and pets.
Store away from heat and light.
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