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Thousands of Gleniffer Braes sunsets later, Celtic Christian evangelists like St Mirin changed the plant's name to St John's Wort.
In 2000, some reports of possible interactions between St John's wort and prescription drugs such as digoxin, cyclosporine and indinavir appeared in the literature.
St John's wort (Hypericum perforatum) (SJW) is one of the most commonly used herbal medicines worldwide.
John's wort extract standardized to 0.3 % hypericin content, with the most common dose being 300 mg three times daily for up to six weeks.
John's wort (SJW) ingredients and products suspected to be adulterated based upon a simple preliminary test, proposed enhanced authentication procedures along with a decision flowchart to systematically rule out SJW adulteration.
John's wort. He described this as "probably the most popular herbal remedy for depression," with about 40 published trials to date: 26 placebo controlled, and 14 with standard antidepressant comparators.
The six affected batches are Asda St John's Wort (14279), HRI Good Mood (14255, 14662, 14498 and 14660) and Superdrug St John's Wort (14523).
The keeper was unable to hold a corner from Lee Burbidge and then seemed to block Kyle Cartwright's attempted clearance which quickly found its way to Wort, he fired acrobatically towards goal and Brooks smashed it home from two yards.
John's wort, used to combat depression, is often taken with many commonly prescribed medications that can form a dangerous combination, recent data suggest.