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Table 1 Efficiency of hypericum.
Table 2 Antidepressant and anxiolytic effect of hypericum
Table 3 Summary of studies on Hypericum Vs Placebo
Table 4 Summary of 2 drug monitoring studies studies on the efficiency and safety of Hypericum in the treatment of depression.
Table 5 The different specialties of the physicians involved
Table 6 Spontaneously Mentioned Side effects of Treatment
Table 7 Reasons for a Total of 48 Treatment Dropouts
Table 8 Summary of the contents and concentration of important substances in a selection of the blooms of 50 hypericum plants.
Table 9 Percentages of hypericin and pseudohypericin obtained with different extract solutions.
Table 18 Inclusion criteria

Tables from Scientific Description of Hypericum Perforatum
 Figure1 Severity of symptoms before and after treatment
 Figure2 HAMD development in the study by Reh et al 1992
 Figure3 Hypericin retention in % after 7 days compared to peak uptake

  • Tables from Hypericum Studies
  • Figure 1
  • HAMD-score at entry and after 2, 4 and 6 weeks
  • Figure 2
  • Effect of Hypericum on severe depressions
  • Figure 3
  • CGI-score change in status
  • Figure 4
  • Benefit-risk response
  • Figure 5
  • D-S self-report scale on depression
  • Figure 6
  • HAMD score comparing Hypreicum vs. Placebo
  • Figure 7
  • Symptom profile obtained using BEB
  • Figure 9
  • Improvement in depressive and somatic symptoms
  • Figure 10
  • Results in Different Severities of Depression
  • Figure 11
  • D-S ratings in different age groups
  • Figure 12
  • Frequency of symptoms
  • Figure 13
  • Severity of Symptoms
  • Figure 14
  • Hypericin Retention
  • Figure 15
  • Hypericums place in the "Kielholz schedule"
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