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Indian Meadow Herbals

July 10, 2015 ·

This is Hypericum perforatum…more commonly known as St. John’s Wort. The common name comes from the fact that the flowers bloom on St. John’s Eve, June 24th.St Johns Wort FB


Currently in bloom, we harvest the aerial parts (upper 3-4 inches of the plant that is in flower).

We harvest and dry the flowers for use in our Skin Healer Salve, because this herb is so effective at alleviating nerve pain.

If you hold a leaf up to the light you will see it is covered with translucent dots. These are the “perforations” of the St. John’s Wort.

Have you tried IMH Skin Healer Salve? It’s like “duct tape in a jar” because it heals so many different things.

You can see Skin Healer Salve Here:

Categories: Herbs

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