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St. John's Wort Herb (Hypericum perforatum)Latin Name: Hypericum perforatum
Common Names: St. John's Wort Herb
Hypericum perforatum is the botanical name of the plant from which St. John's Wort herb is produced. Starwest carries both a cut and sifted as well as powdered form of St. John's Wort herb, in addition to certified kosher and organic forms. Starwest Botanicals is one of the largest suppliers of organic dried herbs in the United States, and we offer the best value to our discerning customers by providing only the highest-quality dried herbs, at fair prices, with unparalleled customer service.Other common names for Hypericum perforatum include Klamath weed, goatweed, witches herb, god's wonder plant and Tipton's weed. The plant, which is a small deciduous shrub, bears lovely bright yellow flowers followed by small red fruits. It should not be taken if you are currently on pharmaceutical MAO-inhibitors.
Starwest's organic dried herbs, including St. John's Wort herb, have been certified as grown without the use of synthetic chemicals including fertilizers and pesticides by Quality Assurance International.
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On March 24, 2014 kathleen clarke asked:
- Q: I am interested in creating an infused oil blend with arnica and calendula...the recipe calls for st. johns wort flowers...can I substitute st. johhs wort herb?
- A: Typically, infused oils of St. Johns Wort Flowers are made with fresh flowers only, so it probably isn't a good idea to substitute with dried herb. - starwest staff
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