St. John’s Wort

St. John’s Wort flower; It is also called by the names of binbirdelikotu, swordfish, canot, hypericum perforatum, centaury. This plant, which grows wild in mountainous lands, has been used by people for centuries as oil, tincture, and brewed as St. John’s Wort tea.

What are the Benefits of St. John’s Wort?
St. John’s Wort tea is often used for extreme nervousness, depression and stress. St. John’s Wort is a natural antidepressant! It has a relaxing and calming effect.
Many women suffer from abdominal pain and low back pain experienced during menstruation. St. John’s Wort helps to get rid of these pains. It is a muscle relaxant.
It has a relaxing effect against the troubles and hot flashes experienced during menopause.
It helps you get rid of muscle aches and headaches.
It is good for insomnia. 1 glass of St. John’s Wort plant will help you sleep deeply and quality.
It helps to heal stomach ailments, especially ulcers and gastritis, faster, relaxes the stomach, and facilitates digestion.
St. John’s Wort is a true cancer fighter with its antioxidants, anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties!
It is good for cold and flu.
It is supportive in cases such as urinary incontinence during sleep and nervous stuttering.
How to Brew St. John’s Wort Tea?
You can use both the flower and the stem part of St. John’s Wort in your tea. Break up 2-3 branches of St. John’s Wort.
Throw the St. John’s Wort grass you have broken into the water that you have boiled and turned off. Wait about 5 minutes for it to brew.
You can also add a slice of lemon to your tea if you wish.
Your tea is ready. Bon Appetit.
It can also be consumed by mixing St. John’s Wort and lemon balm tea. Melissa plant has a calming effect.
How much is St. John’s Wort Tea per Day?

Consumption of 1 cup of St. John’s Wort tea daily is ideal. It should not be exaggerated. In case of an overdose, side effects can be observed as with any herb.

Those with chronic diseases, pregnant women, nursing mothers and children should consult a physician before starting to consume this tea.

Is St. John’s Wort Tea Drinking on an Empty or Full Stomach?

It is recommended to consume this tea on a full stomach. A glass of tea just before going to bed will help you get rid of the stress of the day, fall asleep easily and have a quality sleep.