Common Names: Juniper Berry, Blue Juniper Berry, Juniper Berries, Blue Juniper Berries, Juniper Bush, Aaraar, Common Juniper, Cedar Berry Botanical Name: Juinperus communis Juniper Berry Dosage: Consult your healthcare provider for your correct dose. Juniper Berry Precautions: Do not use if pregnant or nursing. Do not use with poor kidney function or kidney disease.
Juniper Berry Benefits & Information
Juniper berries are the female seed cone of the coniferous juniper plants. They are used as a spice and for medicinal purposes. The Greeks believed Juniper berries increased endurance. As a spice it imparts a peppery flavor. Juniper berries are also used to flavor gin. Juniper berries benefit digestion, promote normal water balance in the body, benefits cardiovascular health, may promote healthy blood sugar levels, supports urinary system health, benefits skin health, is a natural antiseptic and is rich in antioxidants. Juniper berries have antibacterial and anti-fungal effects. Juniper Berry Herb Category: Bitter herb Juniper Berry Naturally Occurring Components: α-pinene, myrcene, sabinene, picrylhydrazyl, ethylbenzothiazoline sulfonic acid, hydroxyl, xanthine oxidase, essential oils, vitamins, minerals
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