Uses of the St. John’s wort

Using naturally how the hypericum has been traditionally used
either crushed and directly on the wounds or using infusions
as it has been used for internal treatment through infusion or even
in putting the fresh plants in oil leaving to macerate for about 40 days to make the extract of hypericum oil
the form of external use mainly for the treatment of wounds, erosions, skin infections, etc.
and improve circulation in the case of problems with varicose veins and inflammations, pains, etc.
For internal use it has been traditionally used as an infusion for the stomach as a digestive and for mood
We also know that using alcoholic tinctures improves the internal state at the level of mood
in this case we can also use the dried plant in capsule form, spray
either in the form or part of syrup extract

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