St. John's wort is the common name for Heypricum perforatum, an herbal supplement. Some people use St. John's wort directly on the skin to treat bruises, sprains, and wounds, or take it by mouth in an effort to boost immunity. Its most common use in the United States is to relieve depression and anxiety.
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HOMŚOPATHIC MATERIA MEDICA
by William BOERICKE, M.D.
Introduced as a palliative for constipation (non-homeopathic), fifteen drops of fluid extract here it restores normal function by its tonic effects, but it has a wider sphere of action, as careful provings will show. Chronic indigestion, cirrhosis and jaundice. Hæmorrhoids and constipation. Gastric headache. Broad, flabby tongue; foul breath.
Urine.--Must wait for minute before flow starts then first in drops.
Extremities.--Rheumatism of muscles and joints, with obstinate constipation.
Relationship.--Compare: Hyd; Nux; Rhamnus Californica (tincture for constipation; tympanites and appendicitis and especially rheumatism).
Dose.--Tincture to sixth potency.
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