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The flowers, which bloom mostly in July, are used in folk medicine to treat abdominal (cramps and inflammation) abdominal (cramps and inflammation), burns and nerve disease. Its antidepressant effect is clinically well proven. St. John’s wort extract contains many different substances such as hypericin, pseudohypericin, hyperforin, flavonoids, phenolic acids. St. John’s wort greatly increases the activity of enzymes responsible for the breakdown of drugs in the body. When taking St. John’s wort and other medicines at the same time, the effect of these medicines is reduced. It’s used internally for mental exhaustion and depression and mild to moderate depressive states, externally for mild skin inflammations and minor injuries. Dried flowers are used to make medicinal tea – and, less commonly, to make tinctures. St. John’s wort oil is a traditional skincare product that helps relieve mild skin problems. St. John’s wort also serves as an ingredient in homoeopathic remedies.
About the room
A charming double room with elements of yellow warmth, bringing vital and revitalising energy. Modernly furnished with a big bathroom; private balcony; view overlooking the pool.
- Size: 21 sqm
- Floor: 1st
- Max Occupancy: 2 Persons
- Bathroom: Private
- View: On infinity pool