Jamieson Neurosome St. John's Wort
200 mg 60 Tablets

This product provides relief of nervousness, restlessness, insomnia, and helps treat mild depression. It is used for relief of neuralgia and chronic pain.  Neurosome™ St. John's Wort is a gentle and effective herb that causes fewer side effects than conventional antidepressant medications. It is standardized to contain 0.3% hypericin and 3% hyperforin, the active ingredients in St. John's Wort. This means that you get the same amount in every capsule taken.


  • Provides relief of nervousness, restlessness, and insomnia
  • Helps treat mild depression
  • Provides relief of neuralgia and chronic pain

Each tablet contains:
St. John’s Wort (5:1) extract  200 mg (Hypericum perforatum, flower)
Equivalent to 1,000 mg raw herb, standardized to 0.3% hypericin and 3% hyperforin.

Excipients:  Cellulose, Dicalcium Phosphate, Modified Cellulose Gum, Vegetable Stearic Acid, Natural Peppermint Flavour, Vegetable Magnesium Stearate, Silica.

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Anysia: more than a year ago

I used to take the brand of St. John's Wort used in one of the original German studies to show effectiveness for moderate depression back in the 90s (which had both hypericin and hyperforin as the Jamieson brand does). I couldn't find that brand this time around so I've tried several others. Jamieson is the only one I can find that standardizes to both ingredients (hyperforin was shown in studies to be a critical component but most companies don't standardize to this ingredient as the earlier studies only talked about hypericin).

I have both the Webber Naturals and the Jamieson brand. The Webber stuff doesn't really work for me (I can tell within a week of starting it if there is an effect) and is only standardized to hypericin. The Jamieson brand works like a charm.

Best of all, I have not had any noticeable side effects from St. John's Wort, whereas side effects from prescription anti-depressants make them unusable for me.


Susan: more than a year ago

I was a little doubtful about St. John's Wort, but when I did some investigating I found it was beneficial for temporary nervousness and calming of the mind. Seeing I live with night terrors and anxiety this is a temporary fix for me.

Anon: more than a year ago

I don't know if it's just a placebo effect, or if this is having a genuine medicinal effect - either way, I sleep a lot better when I take three of these a day.

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