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Question St. John's wort topical

Does St. John's wort topical, the kind they put in Garlic mullein ear oil, does it interact with SSRIs or is it too small a dosage to interact with any serotonin medication? I would like a somewhat through answer, since I can't find any online.
dx: fatigue,, SOB at times(asthma), insomnia, anxiety.

fatigue, insomnia, migraine issues

omega 3 fish oil, b complex,
acid blocker(famotidine)
low dose aspirin

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