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Latin name: Juniperus communis
Country of origin: Bosnia
Part of the plant: Berries (dried/partially dried) and twigs
Obtained by: Steam distilled
Main biochemical components*: Pinene, myrcene, limonene
Properties: Antiseptic, antirheumatic, antispasmodic, astringent, stimulant.

 

This single essential oil comes undiluted in a 10ML glass bottle.

 

Why Use

Physical uses: Poor circulation, bronchitis, pain relief, infections, colds, flu, stiff joints, fatigue, immune support, lymphatic support.

 

Skin care uses: Blemishes, oily skin, minor skin infections, clogged pores, astringent.

 

Psychological uses: Anxiety, mild depression, mental fog.

 

Notes: Use Juniperberry in a 1-5% dilution. It can have a diuretic effect, so it is not recommended for someone who has kidney disease or infection. Avoid during pregnancy and nursing.

 

*Chemical components: Chemical component percentages may vary.  Emerald Oils offers a Certificate of Analysis for review.

 

Juniper Berry or Juniperberry?

Juniper Berry essential oil is distilled soley from the berries of the juniper plant, while Juniperberry is distilled from the berries and branches/twigs of the plant.


Similarities: Both Junipers have a clear sharp, fresh, woody aroma. They can be used interchangeably since they are both stimulating, good for lymphatic and immune support and effective air disinfectants.

 

Differences: Juniper Berry is slightly drier and sharper. Juniperberry has a sweeter and softer aroma.

 

Ephraim, what more have I to do with idols?
    I will answer him and care for him.
I am like a flourishing juniper;
    your fruitfulness comes from me.” Hosea 14:8

 

There are different varieties in the Juniper family, this oil comes from the lower growing shrubs, while some varieties grow as tall trees like the one that Elijah would've taken refuge from while he was retreat from the exhausting battle with Jezebel!

 

Juniper is referred to often is scripture and is always a BLESSING. For the Lord to compare Himself to a flourishing juniper in the Hosea scripture above is a big, huge deal in my book! Fruitfulness comes from the Lord, the Holy Spirit, but there is something about Juniper that bears good physical fruit in us or Father wouldn't have used it as a symbol for the way He provides spiritual fruitfulness!

There is even legend that Mary and Joseph used juniper to hide Jesus from Herod during their escape, so Elijah hid under Juniper, Jesus was hidden under Juniper, and fruitfulness comes from Juniper? Enough said! This is a new staple for me. I hope you love it toooo!

Juniperberry

$38.00Price
  • Aromatherapy: The use of natural, aromatic substances, known as essential oils, have been proven to directly connect to the amygdala and the lymbic system in the brain where the seat of emotions is, as well as enter the blood stream just through smelling., offering mental, emotional and physical healing support. Our Creater YAHWEH is amazing in all His ways! 

     

    Bath: Mix 4-8 drops of essential oil in 1 teaspoon of carrier oil, such as fractionated coconut oil. (You can also add the essential oil to 1/2 cup of whole milk or heavy cream.) Set aside. If you have muscle aches, add 1-2 cups Epsom or Dead sea salts. Fill the tub with warm water and immerse yourself. Add the essential oil mixture and swirl the water around you. Massage your skin and breathe in the aroma. Remain in the tub for 10-15 minutes.

     

    Bath, Foot: Mix 1-3 drops of essential oil in 1/2 teaspoon of carrier oil, such as fractionated coconut oil. Set aside. Fill a tub (deep enough to cover your feet and ankles) with warm water. Add the essential oil mixture, stir well, and immerse your feet for 10-15 minutes. Breathe in the aroma and massage your feet.

     

    Chest Rub: Mix 5-15 drops of essential oil in 1 tablespoon of carrier oil or fragrance-free, natural lotion, apply to your upper chest and upper back.

     

    Compress: Fill a basin with water. (Warm water relaxes and increases circulation. Cool water invigorates and relieves inflammation.) Add 3-5 drops of essential oil and briskly stir. Lay in a washcloth, wring and apply to the area in need for approximately 1-5 minutes. Dip, wring and apply 3 more times.

     

    Compress, Facial: Fill the sink with warm water. Add 1-3 drops of essential oil to the water and agitate the water to mix well. Lay in a clean washcloth, wring, and apply to face, with eyes closed, holding in place for 5-10 seconds. Repeat dipping, wringing, and applying – 3 times. Pat dry.

     

    Diffusion: Follow the diffuser manufacturer’s instructions to fill the air with a therapeutic aroma.


    Easy alternatives when you don’t have a diffuser:
    Place 2-4 drops of essential oil on several cotton balls or tissues; place nearby or tuck into the grate of fan or air vent in your home or car.

     

    Inhalation: Put 1-3 drops of essential oil on a tissue and inhale the aroma through your nose. Pause and inhale again.
    (Avoid touching your nose with the tissue.)

     

    Massage: Mix 6-30 drops of essential oil in 1 ounce of carrier oil or fragrance-free, natural lotion.

     

    Room Mist: Mix 30-60 drops of essential oil in 4 ounces of water in a mister bottle. Shake well before each use and avoid getting the mist into the eyes.

     

    Spot Application: Mix 1-4 drops of essential oil in 1 teaspoon of carrier oil or aloe vera and apply to the area in need.

     

    The Methods of Use are general guidelines. Individual sensitivities, desired results, and the characteristics of the essential oil(s) used must all be considered. Adjust methods and proportions accordingly.

    For external use only. Always dilute before use. Keep out of reach of children. Avoid eyes and other sensitive areas. Keep away from direct flame – essential oils are flammable. If pregnant or nursing, consult a physician before using essential oils. Store at room temperature and avoid direct sunlight.

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