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Other Names:

Corazoncillo, St. John's Wort.

There is a curious legend associated with this plant: in the Middle Ages, was burned in the cases where it was believed that there was scaring the devil. It is common.

across Europe and northern Asia, Africa and America. Uses the flowery tops. It contains essential oil (pinene and carbides Sesquiterpenes) Its properties are colagogas (flavonoids) antispasmodic, sedative and antidepressant light (hiperacina) astringent, antidiarrheal and anti - hemorrhagic (flobafeno) In external use is antiseptic, healing (essential oil) and astringent (tannins) Photosensitising (hiperacina) in case of heat stroke can cause inflammation of skin and mucous membranes.

In internal use is used in depression, anxiety, nervousness, bronchitis, asthma, gastric ulcers, dyspepsia by malfunctioning liver, nocturnal enuresis in children, and so on.

In order to use external wounds, burns, ulcers, bleeding, and so on.

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