St. John's Wort The Greek name for this plant is Hypericum (also its Latin botanical name), which means "over a spirit." It has a very long history of offering spiritual protection, protection against nightmares and helping people face darkness. The common name came about because its peak harvest time happens on St. John's Day. Whether you're harvesting for a flower essence, or as an herb, the flowering tops are used. When the flower heads are picked, the plant oozes a bright red sap, depicting the beheading of John the Baptist. This signature refers to helping one keep their head, or spiritual authority at times, when there are negative spiritual influences seeking to cut us off.
1 fluid ounce stock strength bottle
All of our essences are made with brandy as the preservative. You can read more on why we use brandy here.
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