St. John’s Wort 900™
Positive Mood • Emotional Health*
- SKU 20046 | 60 Tablets
St. John’s Wort 900 is the only St. John’s wort on the market that delivers the full clinical dose you need in just one tablet to support your mood and emotional health for 24 hours.*
Most St. John’s wort supplements require taking 2-3 tablets or capsules daily. But when the days are challenging, sticking with a multi-dose regimen can be tough. In fact, many people with more than one dose per day only take about 50 percent of the recommended amount.
The best, most consistent results are seen with 900 mg of St. John’s wort per day. When that dosage is split up—as it is in many St. John’s wort supplements—it’s easy to forget to take them all.
- 1 daily tablet for easier dosage and results
- Clinically recommended 0.3% level of hypericin, the key compound in St. John’s wort
- Special extract benefits are retained for 24 hours in the body*
St. John’s Wort 900 delivers clinical strength power in just one tablet daily for consistent benefits, and an easier regimen.*
*THESE STATEMENTS HAVE NOT BEEN EVALUATED BY THE FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION.
THESE PRODUCTS ARE NOT INTENDED TO DIAGNOSE, TREAT, CURE OR PREVENT DISEASE.
If pregnant or nursing, or taking MAO inhibitors or other medication, consult with a healthcare practitioner before using.
|St. John’s wort||900 mg||**|
(Hypericum perforatum) Aerial Extract (SJ-900™) standardized to contain 0.3% hypericin
**Daily Value (DV) Not Established
Terry Naturally brand products contain natural and other premium ingredients.
If pregnant or nursing, or taking MAO inhibitors, or other medications, consult a healthcare practitioner before using.
Why does this tablet have a coating?
The coating makes the tablet easier to swallow and minimizes the odor of St. John’s wort, which some people find unpleasant.
Does St. John’s wort cause sun sensitivity?
Sun sensitivity has been noted in some, but not all, clinical trials of St. John’s wort, but generally only at doses that went above the recognized 900 mg daily levels and even then, only rarely. In fact, clinical studies using doses as high as 1800 mg did not show a photosensitive effect.
What if I’m pregnant or nursing?
St. John’s wort is not recommended for women who are pregnant or nursing.