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Yes it is. The herbal preparations usually use the name St John's Wort. Herbal preparations are on the material plain. They may work just as well but often not as deeply or as long lasting in their effects.

I find the potencies work deeper and quicker as the have a more energetic quality. In some cases, where the remedy picture is very clear, only one dose is necessary. And I have witnessed this many times.

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Interesting, I knew St John Wort was good for depression.

I had my spine collapse just under my chin causing what is in effect is permanent Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. I'm allergic to so much I'm on Morphine. I'm going to try some - thanks!

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Isn’t hypericum perforatum also known as St. John’s Wort? One of the things I’d find interesting is what forms these medicinals are best used (tincture, dried, fresh, topical cream, etc), as I’m not familiar with some of the items you’ve been writing about. Perhaps that’s outside of the scope of what you want to publish, which is understandable. Regardless, I appreciate your substack and find it not only interesting but also educational.

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