Botanical Name: Hypericum perforatum
Part Used: St. John's Wort flowers and buds.
Ingredients: St. John's Wort flowers in Certified Organic Extra-Virgin Olive Oil.
Safety considerations: None noted
About: This bright, ruby red floral oil may be used to tend skin too long in the sun, to warm strained muscles, relax tight shoulders and support overall nerve rich areas.
In high summer, we gather the shining yellow flowers & buds of St. John's wort and immediately infuse them in Organic Extra-Virgin olive oil, which turns a deep red with time in the sun.
*This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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Kate & Don
The window of time for gathering Scots Pine Pollen is a brief week in Spring when our Woodland Essence team cheerfully picks the pollen-filled strobiles one at a time!
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