Juniper berry has quite a unique and pleasant fresh woody aroma with pine-like and warm balsamic notes. Juniper berry is best known as the oil of purification and detoxification. In ancient times, juniper was used for spiritual purification and burnt as incense to prevent the spread of germs. Create positive vibes in your space and enjoy juniper berry with citrus and fir oils in your diffuser.
Juniper has excellent diuretic and detoxifying properties and it is beneficial for those with fluid retention, edema or have lymph congestion. Juniper is known to cleanse the lymphatics helping to release and eliminate accumulated toxins in the body.
Juniper has been shown to have detoxifying and cleansing properties which can help support healthy skin and help with eczema, psoriasis, cellulite, acne, varicose veins, and cellulite. For skin use, dilute Juniper berry with a carrier oil. It is best used in massages or in aromatic salt baths
Properties and benefits
Juniper has been used historically in spiritual purification rituals and to drive out negative influences. Juniper is ideal for those who feel burdened and are deeply absorbed into their own negative thoughts.
Blends well with
Lemon, clary sage, carrot seed, cypress, rosemary, Siberian fir, lavender, geranium, frankincense, cedarwood, eucalyptus, mandarin.
Non-toxic. Always dilute before skin use. May cause irritation if not diluted properly. Avoid during pregnancy or if you have kidney disease.
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