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Traditionally used for hypothyroidism, neuralgia, sciatica and back pain, pain from deep wounds. Mild depression (not severe depression), shingles, cold sores and herpes. Joint pain, aging, trauma and eczema.
Both oral and topical forms of St. John's wort may make unprotected skin more sensitive to sunlight or artificial light in sun tanning parlors. Some evidence from case reports also seems to associate a higher risk of cataracts with possible eye sensitization to light when St. John's wort is taken. If you use St. John's wort, be sure to use sunscreen and eye protection when exposed to sunlight or artificial light used in sun tanning. Side effects reported from taking St. John's wort by mouth include: Dizziness, Drowsiness, Dry mouth, Headache, Irritability, Upset stomach.
Directions: 1 or 2 Droppers full under the tongue 2-3 times a day or as needed. If alcohol sensitive, place desired amount in Hot Tea or water, alcohol will evaporate in 1-2 minutes.
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