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Lomatium St. John's Wort Compound - 1 oz, (Herb Pharm)

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Lomatium St. John's Wort Compound - 1 oz, (Herb Pharm)

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Lomatium St. John's Wort Compound is an herbal combination having anti-viral activity that may be beneficial for viral conditions such as:
  • Herpes
  • Warts
  • Epstein-Barr virus
  • Mononucleosis
  • Viral meningitis
  • Mumps
  • Measles
  • Encephalitis
  • Shingles
  • Flu


SUGGESTED USAGE
Shake well before using. External: Apply topically as needed. Internal: Two to four times per day take 30 to 40 drops in a little water.

 

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Lomatium St. John's Wort Compound - 1 oz, (Herb Pharm)

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Lomatium root ( Lomatium dissectum)(1,3) St, John's Wort flr. & bud (Hypericum perf.)(1,3) Hyssop leaf & flower (Hyssopus officinalis)(2,4) Lemon Balm leaf & flower (Melissa off.)(2,3) Thuja leaf ( Thuja occidentalis)(1,3) Echinacea root (Echinacea purpurea)(2,3) These herbs are as follows: (1) Custom Wildcrafted?(2) Certified Organically Grown (3) Fresh & succulent (4) Shade-dried 
 
Other Ingredients: Grain alcohol (47-52%), distilled water & vegetable glycerine. 
 
These herbs are never fumigated or irradiated
 

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PRODUCT REVIEW BY ED SMITH & SARA KATZ

Ed Smith, founder and co-owner of Herb Pharm, is internationally respected for his knowledge of herbal medicines. For more than two decades, Ed, known throughout the herb world as "Herbal Ed," has been a major contributor to the herbal renaissance that is taking place in America. He has dedicated himself to researching the health benefits of herbs, travelling the world over consulting with herbalists and discovering the best herb sources, lecturing and educating both the general public and medical professionals on the lore and use of healing herbs, and, through Herb Pharm, producing the world's finest herbal extracts. 
 
Sara Katz, founder and co-owner of Herb Pharm, was studying to be a chiropractor when her interest in natural healing turned to herbal medicines. She moved with Ed Smith to the pristine countryside of southern Oregon in 1978, where, ever since, she has dedicated her waking hours to Herb Pharm. In the early years she collected wild herbs, helped to garble and grind them, bottled and shipped out extracts, and was a one-person office. 
 
Now she oversees the running of the company, focusing on teamwork and honoring and supporting employees, customers and suppliers. She is also on the board of United Plant Savers, a non-profit organization dedicated to the protection and conservation of our native medicinal plants.
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FAQ

What is a liquid herbal extract? 
A liquid herbal extract is a concentrated liquid containing an herb's chemical constituents dissolved into a solution of alcohol and water. They are made by extracting ("washing") the herb's chemical constituents out of the inert herb fiber (cellulose) with a solution of alcohol and water. A good liquid herbal extract should optimally preserve the aroma, taste and biological activity of the herb from which it is made. Vanilla extract is a commonly known liquid herbal extract.  
 
Are extracts made from fresh herbs better than ones made from dry herbs?  
Many people assume that a fresh herb extract is superior to a dry herb extract, but this is not necessarily true; it really depends upon the unique biochemical, biophysical and energetic properties of the specific herb being extracted. While some herbs do indeed make a superior extract when extracted while still fresh and succulent (e.g., Shepherd's Purse, Corn Silk), there are also many herbs which make a superior extract when extracted after the herb is dried (e.g., Hops, Grindelia). Also, some herbs are best extracted when semi-dried (e.g., Saw Palmetto), or fermented (e.g., Wild Cherry, Sweet Clover), or some are toxic when fresh and must be dried and aged one year before they can be used safely (e.g., Buckthorn, Cascara Sagrada). 
 
For thousands of years people have been successfully using hundreds of different herbs for healing, and while some are used fresh, the vast majority are used in their dry form. Remember that each herb has its own unique properties and therefore must be extracted accordingly. There are no universals when it comes to herbal extraction. 
 
What is the purpose of alcohol in liquid herbal extracts?  
The grain alcohol used to prepare liquid extracts serves three specific purposes. First, alcohol is the only edible solvent that will extract and preserve many of the naturally occurring herb constituents that are poorly soluble in water, such as essential oils, resins, balsams and many alkaloids. Second, alcohol is an excellent natural preservative, which maximizes the shelf-life of the extracts. Thirdly, alcohol is a great carrying agent which facilitates the absorption of the herb's constituents into the bloodstream. 
 
Why is there so much alcohol in liquid herbal extracts and how much am I really taking?  
The amount of alcohol in individual liquid extracts can vary from 20% to 90% depending on the herb being extracted and its content of alcohol and water soluble constituents. For example, to fully extract Cayenne’s alcohol-soluble pungent resins and orange-red pigments requires at least 82% alcohol. A Cayenne extract made with a lower amount of alcohol will contain smaller amounts of Cayenne’s resins and pigments, and therefore will be of lower quality than the higher alcohol extract. 
 
The amount of alcohol you consume in a dose of liquid extract is actually very small. For example, taking 30 drops of Echinacea liquid extract (alcohol content of 45% to 50%) amounts to consuming 1/65th of a can of beer or 1/85th of an 8-ounce glass of wine. Also, if you mix those 30 drops of Echinacea liquid extract into 2 ounces of water, that mixture would contain only 0.59% alcohol. 
 
Can I evaporate away the alcohol in liquid herbalextracts by mixing the extract drops into hot water?  
A small amount of the alcohol can be removed this way but most of it will stay intimately mixed with the hot water and will remain so even if the water is boiled. That's because alcohol and water are chemical azeotropes and therefore are extremely difficult to separate once they have been mixed. While adding extracts to hot water will not eliminate their alcohol, it can, in some cases, actually damage the extract. Many extracts are heat stable (e.g., Goldenseal) and adding them to hot water does no harm. However, other extracts are damaged by heat (e.g., Valerian) and can be weakened by adding them to hot water. Also, essential oils and other non-water-soluble aromatic compounds found in certain extracts (e.g., Lemon Balm, Chamomile) do not mix well with water and can therefore evaporate away from the hot water. Here you are left with a compromised extract, but the alcohol remains.  
 
How is the best way to take liquid herbal extracts?  
Generally I prefer to mix the prescribed number of extract drops into 2 to 4 ounces of water. You can also add the drops to warm tea (not hot) or juice. Certain herbs, because of their stronger action, require more water and these have been so noted under "Dose" in the Therapautic Herb Manual. For optimal results sip the mixed drops so you can savor the extract's flavor and aroma, although you may not always like the taste. 
 
How many times per day should I take a dose of a liquid herbal extract?  
Most of the doses in the Therapeutic Herb Manual recommend taking the extract "2 to 5 times per day." Normally 2 to 3 times per day is sufficient in chronic, ongoing conditions (e.g., poor memory, varicose veins). However, 4 to 5 times per day may be needed in acute, immediate conditions (e.g., fevers, colds). In a condition like chronic asthma, 2 to 3 times per day could be used on an ongoing basis, but could be increased to 4 to 5 times per day when there is an asthma flare-up. 
 
What is the proper dosage of liquid herbal extracts for children?  
Unless otherwise noted, all doses given in the Therapeutic Herb Manual are for adults, but Clark’s Rule can be used to convert the adult dose to a child’s dose. 
 
Clark’s Rule: Divide the child’s weight (in pounds) by 150 to get the approximate fraction of the adult dose to give to the child. 
 
Example: For a 50 pound child give 50/150 (or 1/3) of the adult dose. Therefore, if the adult dose is 30 drops taken 3 times per day, the child’s dose will be 10 drops taken 3 times per day (not 30 drops taken 1 time per day). 
 
How many drops are in a one-ounce bottle of liquid herbal extract?  
The number of drops in a bottle of liquid extract will vary depending on the viscosity (thickness) of the extract and its molecular weight. For example, one ounce of Herb Pharm's Goldenseal liquid extract contains 1,243 drops, Echinacea liquid extract contains 1,184 drops, and Comfrey liquid extract, which is very viscous, contains only 1,000 drops. In general, most extracts fall within the range of 1,000 to 1,300 drops per ounce. 
 
How can I compare the dosage of herb capsules or tablets to the dosage of liquid herbal extracts?  
Liquid herbal extracts are much easier to absorb and assimilate into the body than herb capsules and tablets. Herb capsules and tablets made from crude herb have to be digested (i.e., extracted) by the body before the herb's chemical constituents can be absorbed into the bloodstream. Since many herbs are very woody, digesting and absorbing them can be very difficult, especially for people with health problems. Therefore, much of the capsule or tablet remains undigested and never gets absorbed. However, the chemical constituents in a liquid herbal extract have already been "digested" and can therefore be readily absorbed into the bloodstream. Because of these differences, liquid herbal extracts are a much more efficient means of getting the chemical constituents out of the crude herb and into the bloodstream where they can do their healing work. Because of the widely varying amount of hard-to-digest woody fiber in various herbs and the efficiency of absorbing and assimilating liquid extracts, I always recommend using the dosage listed on the liquid extract's label or in the Therapeutic Herb Manual.  
 
What is the meaning of "pyrrolizidine alkoloids removed" on your Comfrey, Coltsfoot and Petasites liquid extracts?  
About 3% of flowering plants contain a group of chemical compounds called pyrrolizidine alkaloids (PAs); Comfrey, Coltsfoot and Petasites are in this group of plants. PAs can have a toxic effect on the liver when taken orally in large amounts or for extended periods of time. The amount of PAs in plants can vary greatly depending upon the botanical species and variety, growing conditions, plant part, and time of harvest. Occasional, small amounts of PAs are harmless to the body, but they can be cumulative. Children, the elderly and those with liver disease are more easily harmed by PAs and the fetus is particularly susceptible.  
 
Because of safety concerns, Canada, Australia, England and several European countries have banned the sale of PA-containing herbs, although Germany and Switzerland do allow the sale of PA-free herbal products. The PAs can be removed by a chemical-free process (ion exchange) which removes nothing from the extract but the PAs and 2 to 3% of its minerals. The quality of these PA-free extracts is not compromised by this process and they can be used without concerns about PA toxicity. To assure safety, only use Comfrey, Coltsfoot or Petasites products that are free of PAs.
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Lomatium St. John's Wort Compound is shipped in a discrete, unmarked package. Orders are processed immediately and usually take about 3 to 5 working days to be received. We do ask that you try it for 2 to 3 weeks to feel the full effects. Any information received is used only for order processing and shipping purposes. Your information, such as e-mail address, will never be disclosed to a third party.
 

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