St. John's wort is a naturally occurring plant in Europe, Western Asia and also North Africa.
In Poland, it is common, especially on the borders, the edges of the forest and agricultural wasteland.
St. John's Wort is used for symptoms associated with mood deterioration, nervousness, fatigue, lack of appetite and as a remedy for healthy and restful sleep. Effectively copes with the symptoms of menopause and digestive problems.
Hypericin is a compound that is an MAO inhibitor. Inhibition of the MAO inhibitor causes an increase in serotonin concentration in the central nervous system and a reduction in mood-related or depressed mood disorders.
Calming and anti-depressant effects:
The herb owes its sedative and antidepressant effects to hypericin. As it results from the conducted research, this substance inhibits the breakdown of neurotransmitters (serotonin), which too little in the body is manifested by a deterioration of mood, feelings of anxiety and depression.
Due to the high content of flavonoid compounds St. John's wort has a diastolic effect on the smooth muscle of the gastrointestinal tract, bile ducts, blood vessels and urinary tract. They are used in disorders of liver function and gastrointestinal disorders. The plant effectively improves digestion and stimulates metabolism so you can get rid of unwanted kilograms.
Research shows that the main active ingredient St. John's - hyperforin - induces apoptosis of cancer cells in other words, kills them. This applies not only to tumors but also to cancer cells. In addition, the substance reduces the tendency to tumor metastases and also inhibits their invasiveness
1 tablet 1-2 times a day