St. John's Wort - Depression
Common Names: St. John's Wort; Klamath Weed
Parts Used: Whole herb.
Herbs are not elevated to sainthood lightly by herbalists. But this one is and bears the name of a Saint. Those who craved, in desperation, the intervention of a Saint to ease their sufferings, found it in this plant. Hence, its true name, St. John's Wort. Wort is an old English name for plants.
Bell's Palsy can strick swiftly. When Bell's Palsy strikes (Inflammation of the trigeminal, try'-gem-a-nul, nerve), one side of the face may become paralyzed and the face horribly distorted. Often, the eye may have to be taped shut to avoid it drying out and an ulcer forming on the eye. A person could easily experience terror upon seeing their face in the mirror in such a state. sometimes this paralysis is permanent if help is not given. SSt John's Wort renders its mercy to the sufferer.
Recommended Dosage: Internally 40 drops 4 times a day. For those with very sensitive skin, apply first, very gently, Vitamin E oil from 100 or 400 i.u,. capsules to the area. Then, apply very gently so as not to further irritate the face nerves, St. John's Wort Pure Herbs Liquid Extract to both sides of the face from the ear over the entire area out to the tip of the nose. Apply 10 to 20 drops to both sides of the face several times per day anda additionally, an time the face starts to hurt. Relief follows swiftly. Do not get into the eye.
St. John's Wort is the most widely used remedy in Europe for depression and anxiety attacks. Additionally, St. John's Wort is a blessing of great magnitude for the following conditions: bed wetting, pain in the coccys (tailbone), nerve problems of all sorts including: neuralgia (burning nerves), "shaking sickness," tics and tremors, concussions of the brain, stiff neck, bruises, bunions, corns, fractures, disturbed sleep, drepression, swollen breasts, hand tremors, anxiety attacks, suppressed urine or pus, bronchitis, bleeding of the lungs, to regulate the period, strains and sprains, lower back pain, worms, mucus congesting the head, and diarrhea.
when farm animals develop "white spots," which become sensitve to light, sore with eruptions, put them in a dark place out of the sun and paint the affected area with Vitamin E oil from 100 or 400 i.u. capsules and then apply a diluted solution of 10 drops of St. John's Wort to one cup of water three times per day. The animal will recover
Recommended Dosages: 20 to 40 drops three times per day. For external use, apply generously, three to four times daily. Proceed with Vitamin E oil from 100 or 400 i.u. capsules if very sensitive skin. 20 to 40 drops per day, after meals to maintain strong, steady nerves. If "Bells Palsy" is a problem, then also take 80 drops of Rice Bran three times per day internally; very gently apply Arnica hourly, to remove the physical trauma, then Herbal Adjustment to improve cirulation to the area. Avoid contact with eyes.
Directions on label: For adults, mix 2 ml of extract in 2 oz (60 ml) of water one time daily preferably with a meal.
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