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Aroma: Fresh, leafy, fruity
Juniper has been used since Egyptian time to do many different things. Purify the air, an insect repellent, topical perfumes, and food flavoring. Diffusing juniper into the air will freshen and disinfect a stale room. You can also add juniper berries to culinary applications. They are the main flavor ingredient in gin. They’re are also used to flavor meats and sauces, and they make a wonderful addition to sauerkraut.
Medicinal uses include urinary infections, lymph congestion, and indigestion, all being quelled when using this essential oil.
Being an antimicrobial and antiseptic makes it safe to use on wounds.
Note: Although remedial, people with major health ailments like cancer, or epilepsy should avoid use. Non—toxic, non—irritant, possible sensitization in some individuals. Not to be used while pregnant.