St. John's Force™
Full-Spectrum Extraction: Our Difference
Many companies isolate elements from an herb, concentrate them, and label it “whole herb.” New Chapter delivers the wisdom of whole food. Using only natural supercritical CO2 or traditional techniques of extraction, our Force extracts guarantee the fullest spectrum of beneficial phytonutrients in their natural profile.
|Research has shown that phytonutrient named "hyperforin", "hypericins" and other compounds found in whole St. John's Wort provide positive emotional health support.*|
|St. John's Force combines both supercritical and hydroethanolic extracts to deliver the full spectrum of these beneficial compounds.|
|St. John's Wort is used by many to support healthy mood and sleep.*|
|New Chapter uses no harsh chemicals or solvents to deliver a super-pure, super-potent herbal extract.|
One softgel daily for the first week; one softgel twice daily thereafter.
|Amount per 2 Softgels||% Daily Value|
|St. John's Wort (Hypericum perforatum) (flower) hydroethanolic extract and supercritical extract blend (min. 24 mg hyperforin and hypericins combined)||1170 mg||•|
• Daily value not established
Other ingredient: Extra-virgin olive oil, soy lecithin and yellow beeswax.
Capsule: Gelatin (Halal), vegetable glycerine, water, and carob.
Naturally gluten free.
Our premium softgel capsules are prepared without any chemical solvents and are BSE free.
Caution: As with any dietary or herbal supplement, you should advise your healthcare practitioner of the use of this product. If you are taking a prescription medicine, check with a healthcare professional before using. St. John’s Wort is not recommended for children, or for women who are nursing, pregnant, or considering pregnancy. Although phototoxicity in humans is rare, fair skinned individuals should avoid excessive exposure to sunlight when using St. John’s Wort (Hypericum perforatum). May potentiate pharmaceutical MAO-inhibitors. Use of Hypericum perforatum with pharmaceutical antiretrovirals such as protease inhibitors, non-nuclease reverse transcriptase inhibitors, and other drugs that are similarly metabolized (such as birth control pills, digoxin, cyclosporine, blood thinners, chemotherapy drugs, asthma medications or drugs relating to the treatment of HIV) is not recommended and should be done only under the direct supervision of one’s physician. Other potential side effects may include gastrointestinal symptoms, dizziness, tiredness, and mild allergic reactions (skin rash).