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St. John’s Wort comes from the dried flowers of a woody, perennial plant sometimes known as Klamath weed. Its extensive clinical and laboratory research has earned St. John’s Wort a growing reputation as an herb that can help enhance mood.
A closer look reveals a virtual “compound cornucopia” including hypericin, flavonoids, phenols as well as others. When combined, they may be responsible for its mood-enhancing properties.
St. John's Wort Time Release provides all of the benefits of this herb with the added convenience of once-a-day dosing.
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