Hypericum for Depression
by Peter Bongiorno, Pina LoGiudice
Publisher: Natural Medicine Journal 2010
Number of pages: 7
St. John's wort (Hypericum perforatum) is a very well studied botanical medicine. This review focuses on the latest research and supports the use of hypericum preparations in mild to moderate depression and suggests it may be a favorable alternative to pharmaceutical treatment in pregnancy, breastfeeding women, and children, with safety in all groups.
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