As a circulatory stimulant and
blood purifier, it is supportive in cases of skin and
blood disorders; of great benefit with eczema,
psoriasis, acne, oily skin, dandruff, and reduction of
Juniper Berry eases respiratory
and digestive issues, including indigestion, flatulence,
colic, cough, and pulmonary infections.
Country of Origin: Bulgaria
Antirheumatic, antiseptic, antispasmodic, antitoxic,
aphrodisiac, astringent, carminative, cicatrisant,
Combine 5-6 drops with 1/2 to 1 cup Pink Himalayan or
Dead Sea Salts and stir into a warm bath.
Apply 2 drops on hands, rub, and inhale deeply as needed.
Juniper Berry is certified as
GRAS ("Generally Regarded As Safe" for internal use) by
the U.S. Food & Drug Administration.
Mix 10 drops Juniper Berry and Carrier Oil in a
veggie capsule and take 2-3 capsules per day for bladder
infections and kidney problems.
To rid the body of toxins, and provide relief
from cellulite and edema, add 1-2 drops Juniper Berry to
1 tbsp of honey, added to a cup of hot water, for a
healing and soothing tea.
Mix 12 drops Juniper Berry oil with 12 drops
Carrier Oil and massage over areas affected by edema/
Using the blend above as a foot rub will also
have benefits for the entire body.
Mix 15–20 drops in 4 oz. distilled water in
cobalt blue spray bottle. Shake vigorously and spray to
bring the aroma of the fresh outdoors into your home.
Mix 50/50 with Carrier Oil
and apply to lower back over kidneys to relieve kidney
inflammation or bladder infection.
For an anti-cellulite blend, mix 10 drops
Fennel, 5 drops Juniper Berry and 5 drops Cypress in 1
oz. Carrier Oil. Apply as desired to affected area
Avoid use during pregnancy. Not for use by individuals
with kidney disease. Do no diffuse.
in this document has not been evaluated by the FDA and
is not intended to treat, diagnose, cure, or prevent any
disease. This information is not intended as a
substitute for the advice or medical care of a qualified
healthcare professional and you should seek the advice
of your healthcare professional before undertaking any
dietary or lifestyle changes. This information is
provided for educational purposes only.