Plant Therapy Juniper Berry Essential Oil

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  • 100% Pure essential oils
  • Country of Origin: Morocco, Hungary
  • Extraction Method: Steam distilled
  • Plant Part: Berries
  • Strength of Aroma: Medium
  • Aromatic Scent: Sharp green, woody conifer scent
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Juniper Berry, famously known as the berry from which the alcoholic spirit Gin is obtained, is an essential oil well-known for its calming effects on nervous tension. Diffused into the air, it can be used as a natural purifier and is great to use during meditation. When applied diluted to the skin, Juniper Berry produces skin warmth which may help ease the discomfort of a strenuous workout. Diluted in carrier oil and rubbed on the legs, it can assist with feelings of congestion or tightness.

PRODUCT DETAILS: 

Country of Origin: Morocco, Hungary Extraction Method: Steam distilled Plant Part: Berries Strength of Aroma: Medium Aromatic Scent: Sharp green, woody conifer scent Blends Well With: Bergamot, Clary Sage, Chamomile Roman, Coriander Seed, Cypress, Fir Needle, Frankincense Frereana, Grapefruit Pink, Laurel Leaf, Blood Orange and Black Pepper. KidSafe :YES

DIRECTIONS: 

Add 2 drops of Juniper Berry, two drops of cypress, and 2 drops of Roman chamomile in a carrier oil to apply to areas of soreness after a workout. If you spend long hours on your feet, a refreshing footbath with 1/2 cup Epsom salts, 1 teaspoon carrier oil, 15 drops juniper berry and 15 drops spearmint oils will feel amazing. Mix the essential oils into the carrier oil and stir; add to the Epsom salts and mix thoroughly into the water in the foot basin.

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Use for friend's joints and muscles issue

Fruity scents, one of the effective ingredient for muscle and joint issues according to quite a number of research.

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Use for friend's joints and muscles issue

Fruity scents, one of the effective ingredient for muscle and joint issues according to quite a number of research.