Jennifger Good
Jan. 6, 2017

"Nature cures, not the physician." --Hippocrates

If you look closely enough, nature seems to have an answer for everything. Even more surprising is just how much our ancestors knew this to be true. Case in point: one of the most common herbs used for depression in the United States today is St. John's wort. And if you follow Jon Barron's newsletters, he even points out that it is the most popular antidepressant in Germany too, outselling Prozac 3-1! The use of this particular herb can be dated back to the ancient Greeks, when Hippocrates recorded its medical properties.

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