Please Note: Quantities are limited as we only use fresh flowers to create this oil. Once we are out, we are out until next August.
St. John’s Wort Healing Oil (Hypericum perforatum) is the gold standard for the treatment of Sciatic, nerve pain, low back pain, and muscle aches. This healing oil is an all purpose healing oil for all kinds of sore, achy muscles, and works well on stiff achy joints too.
St. John’s Wort Healing Oil can help patients with neuropathy, and can help heal the pain of an incision after a surgery.
The beautiful yellow flower of St. John’s Wort contains hypericin. Hypericum Oil is antiviral, and can also be used to treat sore and inflamed skin conditions and is a wonderful wound healer. St. John’s Wort healing oil can also be used to treat bruising.
St. John’s Wort Healing Salve is made with organic, St. John’s Wort fresh flowers from our farm and wild crafted from the pristine hills of Maine and New Hampshire. The St. John’s Wort flowers are cold pressed for at least six weeks to obtain maximum healing benefit. We never use dried or dehydrated plant parts as fresh flowers provide the greatest benefit and superior quality of infused oil. Only fresh, pure St. John’s Wort oil is red. This color is a natural occurrence when working with fresh flowers and properly cold pressing. Avoid St. John’s Wort oils that claim to be fresh or pure, but are not a deep red.
For external use only. Apply to affected area every 3-4 hours. For Sciatica or other pain, massage into area. For wounds, clear area well. Dab onto wound with cotton ball. Cover wound.
St. John’s Wort (Hypericum perforatum) fresh flowers in Apricot oil, 100 % pure lavender essential oil added as a preservative.
Discontinue use if rash occurs. Do not ingest. For wounds, clear area well. Check with a professional regarding the side effects and contraindications of using St. John’s Wort topically especially if you are on any medications. Do not use if allergic or sensitive to ingredients. Use with adult supervision. Will stain fabrics. Will cause surfaces to be slippery. Avoid during pregnancy or breastfeeding.