I am not on meds at the moment and have done some research on St. John's Wort. I know it cannot be taken with meds so please don't think I am promotng it here in any way. I want to know if any of you have tried it and if so what results. The advise I have recieved so far indicates that it is OK for mild depression like mine, but of no value with acute depressoin, bipolar, and other serious forms. As I said I am not promoting it, just wanting more infomation about it. My sister suffers as I do and maybe I can recommend it to her if there is enough evidence for it being helpful for mild sufferers.
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