Dr. Vaughan December 2012 John’s wort, an herbal remedy readily available as a dietary supplement, may treat depression as effectively as SSRIs (selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors), but with fewer side effects compared to the prescription antidepressants. Another commonly prescribed treatment for SAD and depression is St. John's Wort, which is often known as the antidepressant of the herb.
St. John's Wort Uses, Side Effects, Risks - Medical News Researchers in China conducted a meta-analysis — a study of prior studies — of studies conducted between 1966 and April 2015 comparing the efficacy and/or safety of St. A total of 27 such studies accounting for 3,127 people with depression were identified. St. John's wort also known as Perforate St. John's wart, Tipton's Weed or Klamath weed is a medication that comes from a flowering plant ed Hypericum perforatum. For a long time it has been believed to have medicinal qualities, especially for the treatment of depression.
St. John's wort Causes, Symptoms, Treatment. - Many people assume that because a natural health product is "natural" then it is most likely safe. Before taking St. John's wort, talk to your doctor, pharmacist, or health care professional if you have any other medical conditions, allergies especially to plants, or if you take other medicines or other herbal/health supplements.
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