"And remember, sweet friend, when the anxiety creeps in, when the stresses of the foreign ways of modern life wrap round you, when the multitude of possibilities cloud your sound clarity, you always have a piece of earth to hold onto, and to exhale into, again and again. Peel off the tight garment and drape the old robes over your ancient body again. Remember" -@mojominx
Notes on St. Johns Wort
St. John’s Wort has evolved over millennia to capture the ultimate expression of sunlight on our planet and turn it into the molecule hypericin, which has numerous profound effects on our human body
From deep nerve healing, relaxation, and pain relief when applied externally, to its antidepressant, antiviral, and liver supportive properties when taken internally, SJW has always occupied an exalted place in the medicine cabinet of the ancestral humans who were lucky enough to live where it grew, and is one of the most used and loved herbal medicines in the world today.
St. John's Wort acts as an extension of sunlight. The endless external uses include the healing of wounds, bruises, burns, blisters, cuts, eczema, growing pains, inflamed skin, muscle pain, nerve pain, neck tension, spasms, back pain, neuralgia, sciatica, insomnia, anxiety, and stress.
The oil is indispensable for menstrual pain, pregnancy, postpartum, babies, children, elders, empaths, and highly sensitive people
Hypericum feeds our inner radiance and summons forth our purpose and power and has always been associated with fairies and other magical beings
As I was writing about SJW, I realized this ally sounded perfect for me right now. I ordered my tincture from Herb Pharm. If you’re interested in SJW body oil, I recommend mythic medicine— mythicmedicine.love
Contraindicated if you’re on antidepressants