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Should you use St. John’s wort for mild depression?

This video is meant to expand your general knowledge about living a healthy life and is NOT a substitute for seeking medical advice. Please consult with your doctor before making any significant changes in your health practices, diet and nutrition.

St. John’s wort is is a flowering shrub native to Europe, and often used to treat mild depression and menopausal symptoms. But it’s not for everyone, and must only be taken under a physician’s guidance.

In this video, physical therapist Bob Schrupp and guest chemist Chris, discuss the pros and cons of using St. John’s wort as a natural treatment for depression.

View the original video here.

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