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Enzymatic Therapy St. John's Wort 60 Tablets

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Enzymatic Therapy St. John's Wort 60 Tablets

Enzymatic Therapy is widely known for their holistic and well-sourced ingredients when it comes to their supplement line.

In the wild, St John's Wort is a plant with beautiful yellow petals.  It's been around for thousands of years and it's mood supporitve benefits have been long known.

In the dierary supplement world, it's mainly used for depression (Mood Support), but also helps with symptoms of menopause, OCD, and ADHD.  

What does St. John's Wort help with?

  • Depression
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
  • Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
  • Menopause Symptoms

How does St John's Wort work?

St John's wort has an ingredient that is extracted from the flower head called hypericins.  Hypericin is a polyphenol (category of chemicals naturally found in plants; helps with many different ailments) with a very unique chemical structure. Hypericins have been studied for almost 50 years in regards to their uses against tumors, viruses, and depression.  Hypericin is able to create a superoxide anion (commonly known as "dioxide").  Essentially, hypericin helps create dioxide, which is largely beneficial in our bodies.

Directions and Cautions

Take 1 tablet twice daily.

Supplement Facts

Servings Size: 1 Tablet

Servings Per Container: 60

Total Carbohydrate: <1g

St. John's Wort 450mg

-Flower Head Extract standardized to 0.3% hypericins (1.35mg)

Other Ingredients

  • Cellulose
  • Modified Cellulose Gum
  • Stearic Acid
  • Magnesium Stearate
  • Silicon Dioxide
  • Modified Cellulose
  • Vegetable Glycerin
  • Carnauba Wax

Warning

Do not use if taking any medications without seeking advice from your healthcare professional.  Avoid excessive exposure to UV radiation (e.g. sunlight, tanning) while using this product.  If pregnant or nursing, consult your healthcare professional before use.

References

Karioti, Anastasia, and Anna Rita Bilia. “Hypericins as potential leads for new therapeutics.” International journal of molecular sciences vol. 11,2 562-94. 4 Feb. 2010, doi:10.3390/ijms11020562

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2852855/


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