Hypochondriasis Care Liquid Extract, Saint John's Wort (Hypericum Perforatum) Herb, Kava Kava (Piper Methysticum) Root, Brahmi (Bacopa Monnieri) Herb Tincture Supplement 4x4 oz
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St John's Wort also known as Hypericum perforatum, Perforated bush, Hypericum, and Klamath weed. Hepericum perforatum is one of many species known commonly as St John?s Wort, and is the species most commonly associated with herbal medicine. It is native to Europe but has since been naturalized to other temperate climates around the world, with particular prominence in North America. St John?s Wort is traditionally used to support healthy mood and promote emotional well-being. Kava kava is a traditional herb of the Pacific Islands that has a fascinating and somewhat mysterious history going back over 3000 years. There are many folk tales about the origin of kava kava, but most rely on a central theme that involves the first plant growing on the grave of someone who had been sacrificed. Drinking the traditional kava drink is thought to symbolically turn the drinker into a sacrificial victim. Kava kava has traditionally been used and continues to flourish as a ceremonial beverage. We recall stories of Polynesian islanders sitting around in "Kava Rooms" literally becoming drunk and intoxicated with so much Kava that they fell into a stupor. New research points to Melanesia as the point of origin, maybe New Guinea or the Solomon Islands. It was first encountered by Europeans in the 18th century during the voyage of Captain Cook, who first recorded the process and ceremony in detail. Kava kava is still used quite frequently today in the Pacific Islands during social gatherings, as well as recreationally. Brahmi (Bacopa Monnieri) is a perennial creeping herb with small white flowers. Its leaves are bright green and look almost like a succulent. It grows in damp, marshy areas, in both fresh and brackish water. It is commonly found throughout Southeast Asia, but has since migrated with great success to Florida and several other southern states in the US. Because of it?s easy adaptability, it is a favorite foliage for aquariums both big and small.