The Latin name "Hypericum" means "blooming among the heather," where he found the first plant of this kind. There is a legend which said that while the executioner, who cut the head of John the Baptist, carried it to Herod's palace, and dropped a few drops of his blood on the ground. At the spot where the blood dropped, grass came out rising up, and turned out to become St. John's wort, or some call it tutsan. It also has another feature: with the onset of autumn a red sap inside the stem spreads throughout the plant, and all of it is painted in blood red color.
Weak tea from tutsan is a good preventive measure in disorders of the stomach. The broth has antiseptic and astringent properties. It is effective for allergies, improves wound healing, reduces inflammation of the mucosa and skin. It is an excellent natural anti-depressant.
Corrugated package 50g
Полипропиленовая упаковка 40г
100% grass tutsan (wild)
Pour 2 tsp into 1 cup (250 ml) of boiling water, hold 3-10 minutes under the lid.
Water temperature ≈ 100°C