What is Calendula?
Calendula is a perennial herbaceous plant that grows from spring to autumn time. It's approximately half a metre in height and produces distinctive yellow flowers.
What is Calendula good for?
Historical use of Calendula can be traced back to Ancient Greek times, where it was used medicinally, in rituals & ceremonies, and as a dye for thread and textiles. Many herbalists believe that Calendula may reduce inflammation, making it a popular remedy for dermatitis.
What is Hypericum perforatum?
Hypericum perforatum is a genus of flowering plants in the family Hypericaceae, which is better known as St John's Wort. Hypericum contains many active compounds, such as hyperforin & hypericin, which are thought to increase the activity of the brain chemicals; noradrenaline and serotonin.
What is Hypericum good for?
In traditional herbal medicine Hypericum has been used to accelerate wound healing, however these days it is often recommended for mild & moderate Depression, mild Anxiety or Sleep problems.