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ST JOHNS WORT

Hypericum Perforatum. This shrubby perennial with yellow flowers grows to 1-1/2 feet tall and produces yellow flowers in clusters at the axils. In use since biblical times, the herb is thought to be named after St. John the Baptist. While it has been used for kidney and pulmonary problems, the most common use is a mood enhancer to combat anxiety and depression. 100 seeds
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