St. Johns Wort Seeds

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St. Johns Wort

St. Johns Wort 500 Non-GMO, Heirloom Seeds

$3.96

St Johns Wort is a multifaceted medicinal herb that is championed by its practitioners as an almost universal cure-all.  It is known as St. Johns Wort, as it was once harvested on St. Johns Day.  The plants were traditionally hung above religious icons in the house, to ward off evil spirits.  St. Johns Wort is used for mild depression and insomnia, and also acts as a pain reliever if used topically on sunburn and to soothe minor aches and pains.  Plant St. John's Wort seeds in a sunny spot in sandy soil. Harvest in about 55 days.


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