According to folk tradition as well as scientific knowledge, St. John’s wort (also known as the Virgin grass) successfully overcomes bad mood and depression. But that is not its only healing property. The herb decorated with bright yellow flowers can be found in the form of tea or oil. It has a pronounced antibacterial effect and is a natural antiseptic. Shows favorable treatment in the treatment of viral and retroviral infections. More research is currently being done on the impact of viral diseases such as HIV and hepatitis C.
On the other hand, St. John’s wort vaginals are used as a disinfectant because they have broad antibacterial activity. In folk as well as traditional medicine, St. John’s wort vaginals are used in many gynecological problems. They help rebuild the cervical mucosa and vagina, remove the effects of inflammation and white matter that are accompanied by itching, pain and tingling.
St. John’s wort is also used to treat depression as a sedative. In recent years, St. John’s wort has become increasingly popular when it comes to fighting depression. It is approved as a medicine for the use of mild and moderate depression in Germany and is recognized by the World Health Organization. It is also used in dealing with fears, menopausal mood swings and obsessive-compulsive disorder. St. John’s wort extract also helps with anxiety, anxiety, bad mood, and insomnia.