Botanical name | Juniperus communis Extracted parts | Fruit
Extracted by distillation, juniper
berries have a long history with the effect of diffusing the fragrance to
achieve antibacterial and antiviral effects. Therefore, during the epidemic and
cholera pandemic, they were used in large quantities. Nowadays, it is a natural
medicine that commonly used to improve inflammation and respiratory tract
infections, fatigue, and muscle pain. It can also help relieving skin
discomfort, anti-edema, strengthening the immune system, and help digestion.
From the perspective of Chinese medicine: the liver governs anger and the
kidney governs fear. When the functions of the liver and kidneys are balanced,
the emotions of anger and fear can naturally be relieved. This is also the
spiritual curative effect that juniper berries can adjust.
‧ Physiological effects: Antibacterial|
Anti-inflammatory| Analgesic| Diuresis| Elimination of edema and cellulite| Help
digestion ‧ Psychological efficacy: Purify the mind｜Eliminate
negative energy How to use
‧ Anti-inflammatory: Add 2 drops of juniper berries and 2 drops of
wintergreen oil to ½ teaspoon of base oil. Massage the area in the morning and
evening. ‧ Psychological and other physiological effects: Used in food or
beverages, the maximum amount is 1 to 2 drops of the juniper berries (you can
add a little at the end of cooking), and be careful not to exceed the
prescribed dosage. For other uses, please consult an aromatherapist.