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St. John's Wort | Nature's Bounty

Updated: Apr 8, 2021



St. John's Wort Tea in a tea cup with flowers


St. John's Wort

translation: n/a

Type: herbal/tisane

Origin: n/a

Harvest: n/a

Caffeine: non-caffeinated


Steeping Suggestion: dissolve in hot water


St. John's Wort is a tea that I am constantly speaking about here at Tea End Blog but I feel as though I haven't truly done it justice by giving it a proper Tea Review. Four years ago, I performed a Tea Review on a St. John's Wort bagged tea by Buddha's Herbs but its potency and therefore efficiency was much less evident than the St. John's Wort that I sip now .


You see, St. John's Wort is a tea that I take every day, not for just pleasure, but for health. St. John's Wort is efficient in fighting depression and because of this beautiful benefit, the illness no longer plagues me. I use St. John's Wort by Nature's Bounty which comes as 300 mg capsules. At one time, I would pour the contents into hot water and add honey, now I simply release the contents into my mouth and swallow with water (to save sipping time for other teas).


In this post, you will discover the hue, scent, and sip of St. John's Wort but if you would like to to know more about you or someone you love can use St. John's Wort to treat depression then please see my post entitled, "My Journey with Battling Depression using St. John's Wort".

 

THE HUE

THE HUE: St. John's Wort  | Nature's Bounty

St. John's Wort is a herbaceous plant or shrub with distinctive yellow five-petaled flowers and paired oval leaves, used in medicinal preparations to treat various disorders, including depression. Although America is slow at accepting herbal remedies as nature's way of healing us, Germany has long led the medicinal world into natural remedies, making