About Juniper Berry
The common juniper is a small evergreen common in many regions of the world. The wood or branches have been used for millennia in many cultures as an incense for religious and medicinal properties. Tisserand points out in his writings that the French, in earlier times, burned juniper and rosemary twigs in hospitals to purify the air. The essential oils is usually made from the small berries of this shrub. At maturity the berries have ripened from a green to a deep purple color.
Those discussing the properties of this oil point out that it is helpful for urinary tract infections and one of the most effective diuretic essential oils. Arthritis and diabetes are mentioned by Valnet. Early writers also list a number of menstrual conditions benefiting from juniper essential oil. Open wounds along with stomach and digestive conditions, including flatulence, are almost universally noted as being helped by this oil.
May irritate and/or damage kidney tissue (Schnaubelt). Do not use if pregnant (Rocky Mountain Oils). Dilute 1:1 (Higley)
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