This European native puts forth an abundance of small yellow flowers on, or near, the proposed birthday of John the Baptist (May 24th), and is so named “St. John’s Wort.”
Well known, and used by ancient apothecaries, St. John’s Wort enjoyed rigorous use through the middle ages right up until the middle of the 20th century. Today, it is increasing in popularity after many studies have confirmed its historic uses.
Organic St. John's Wort Herb (Hypericum perforatum)
All the herbs in this tea are organically grown and prepared, ensuring their natural taste and active properties are enjoyed in every cup of tea. Our organic audit trail enables traceability from the field to your table.