Historically, some believed that St. John’s Wort could be used to “drive out the inner devil,” a belief that probably applies more readily to the herb’s use as an anti-depressant when ingested. Compared to other herbs, St. John’s Wort has been well studied, so we know quite a bit about its interactions with other drugs and mixed efficacy when taken orally for mental health treatments. (DO NOT ingest St. John’s Wort unless you’ve consulted with a medical provider about its use.)
As a topical treatment for wounds and rashes on the skin, the research is clear that St. John’s Wort is a good option for antibacterial and anti-inflammatory needs. St. John’s Wort contains chemical compounds such as hypericin that are antibacterial and aid in the healing process.The sunflower oil base is rich is skin nourishing Vitamin E and omega-6 fatty acids.
In a Scrape comes in a 10 ml roller bottle for easy application to cuts, scrapes, and minor skin wounds. The 10ml roller ball bottle is a convenient size for first aid kids, diaper bags, and backpacks.
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