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Hypericum is a genus of flowering plants in the family Mammal of the order Malpighiaceae. The Members of this genus are perennial, very rarely annual herbaceous plants, shrubs, bushes, or trees.
Of the existing in nature more than 450 species of St. John's wort (lat. Hypericum, the family of St. John's Wort) is best known in the temperate latitudes of Europe as St. John's wort or St. John's wort holed (lat. Hypericum perforatum) and St. John's wort tetrahedral (lat. Hypericum quadrangulum).
Herb Hypericum perforatum (ordinary) contains:
flavonoids (hyperoside, rutin, quercetin, quercitrin, isoquercitrin);
volatile oil, consisting of: terpenes, sesquiterpenes (azulene), naphthodianthrones (hypericin, pseudohypericin, hyperinflation or hypericin);
esters of isovaleric acid (have a calming effect);
bacteriostatic resinous substances;
St. John's wort is sensitive to sunlight. It is a kind of catalyst for certain intracellular reactions, regulator of vital processes, affects the biochemical processes in the affected organs malignant tumors, increases the sensitivity of the skin to ultraviolet rays).
St. John's wort is widely used in the treatment of diseases of the digestive system.
Preparations from St. John's Wort have the following effects on the body:
reduce intestinal spasms;
expand the blood vessels;
establish the work of the gastric glands;
stimulate blood circulation;
relieve inflammation in the mucous membranes of the digestive tract;
act as an astringent and bacteriostatic, removing spasms in the biliary tract.
Despite its formidable name, this herb has a lot of useful properties and can be useful in a variety of situations.
In official medicine, St. John's wort is well known for its antibiotic properties. On its basis, drugs are available for the treatment of skin problems (ulcers, burns, wounds), otitis media, phlegmon, etc.
In dentistry, St. John's wort oil and its alcohol tinctures are used to treat inflammatory processes of the oral cavity (stomatitis, gingivitis) and strengthen the gums. The plant has a very beneficial effect on the nervous system, raising the tone of the body, eliminating depression, normalizing sleep, so it is part of the antidepressants of plant origin.
Traditional medicine uses the healing properties of St. John's wort since Ancient Greece and Rome. The plant has long gained fame as a cure for ninety-nine diseases. In addition to the disinfecting and regenerating effect, St. John's wort is also known as an anti-inflammatory, mild choleretic, antispasmodic, astringent, hemostatic, diuretic, anthelmintic.
A decoction of the herb St. John's wort as a tea is used in a variety of respiratory diseases, it treats cough, sore throat. No less successfully copes with St. John's wort viruses and infections, helping to get rid of angina, SARS, influenza.
Alcohol tincture of St. John's wort roots serves as a healing drug in the treatment of tuberculosis of bones and dysentery.
In cosmetology the plant is widely used as a wound healing and disinfecting agent. St. John's wort oil is a part of creams, lotions, cleansing scrubs and masks. Bath of herbal decoction has a tonic and rejuvenating effect on the skin.
It is important to remember that when using St. John's Wort (in the form of tea, tincture, decoction, etc.) or containing its preparations, it is necessary to take into account the possibility of allergic reactions to this product.
After receiving or using St. John's wort for some time should avoid direct exposure to sunlight.
In addition, St. John's wort is contraindicated during pregnancy, breastfeeding and in the case of hypertension, as the plant helps to increase blood pressure.
It is also necessary to be careful when combining St. John's wort with other drugs (especially hormonal).
Tincture of St. John's Wort Perforated contains In its composition the following components:
St. John's wort grass;
Tincture of St. John's Wort Perforated has medicinal properties and has the following therapeutic effect in the treatment of diseases:
wound healing effect.
Tincture of St. John's Wort Perforated is used in folk medicine for the treatment of a large number of diseases, such as:
some types of cancer;
Compresses with lotions treat inflammation of the female genitourinary system, cracks in the nipples, non-healing and festering wounds, burns, cystitis and uterine bleeding.
Dosage: Tincture of St. John's Wort Perforated is taken 2 teaspoons 3 times a day.
Shelf life: 12 mths
Volume: 500 ml.