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Juniper Berry (India, Wildcrafted)

$11.25

Plant Name: Juniperus communis

Origin: India

About Juniper Berry Essential Oil

  • A heating and sweet oil, it is used in healing tissue of all sorts
  • Strengthens immune system and used to reduce swelling and edema
  • Used as a diaphoretic (to induce perspiration)

How to Use Juniper Berry Essential Oil

Detox with a morning bath to relieve bowel tension

  • ½ cup Epsom salts: add to water as tub fills up
  • 6 drops Juniper Berry
  • 4 drops Lavender
  • 2 drops Orange, Sweet (easier on skin in water)

Diffuse for a sweet-smelling atmosphere

  • 6 oz of water in an electric diffuser
  • 4 drops Juniper Berry
  • 1 drops Jasmine
  • 1 drop Ylang Ylang
  • 1 drop Cocoa (optional)

Direct palm inhalation for a calming and uplifting feeling

Other Ways to Use Juniper Berry Essential Oil

  • Aids in promoting menstruation
  • Found in blends for healing bladder infections
  • Juniper Berry can be added to healing creams and lotions with CBD, Frankincense, Helichrysum, and Peppermint for its outstanding regenerative properties
  • Add to a warming lamp for a soft glowy scent in the room

Uses in Ayurveda

  • Decreases Kapha and Vata
  • Increases Pitta
  • Increases Vata IN EXCESS only

Aromatic Profile & Product Details

A fresh, warm, balsamic, sweetly woodsy and pine like scent

Blends Well With

  • Lavender
  • Cajeput
  • Clary Sage
  • Peppermint
  • Helichrysum
  • Cypress
  • Laurel

Safety Considerations

Do not used during acute kidney infections.  Use other oils as base oils if pregnant; maximum dilution if in contact.

History / Facts about Juniper Berry Essential Oil

Somah first learned about Juniper Berry when she fractured a bone in her foot and it was in a blend she used. The addition of Juniper Berry to the blend was a tremendous addition to the blend’s healing powers.  You can find it in in joint blends for arthritis, among many others ailments.

This oil works in synchrony with plasma, blood, muscle, and bone. The effect that it has in aiding tissue connection is fascinating.

 



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