Juniper Berry Powder – 50g
Benefits: (A Modern Herbal – Mrs. M. Grieve F.R.H.S.) – “The berries are used for the production of the volatile oil which is given in indigestion, flatulance and diseases of the kidneya and bladder“
- Taken as a tea – especially for its carminative (relieves flatulence) properties.
- As a steam inhalent to relieve bronchitis.
- In traditional Swedish medicine, used to treat wounds and inflammatory diseases and also control arthritis.
- An ideal ingredient to add to rich gamey dishes containing venison, duck and pheasant.
- Burnt as an incense for cleansing and protection
- You can also find many of our Herbs/Gums/Resins on our ETSY SHOP
100% Pure Juniper Berry Powder – dried powdered fruit of Juniper Communis.
Juniper berries have been used as a culinary ingredient for centuries? In Scandinavia they were used to make a fragrant preserve that was eaten on bread. In parts of Britain and France, juniper berries were dried and used as a pepper substitute, in fact at one point juniper berries were even used to adulterate pepper berries by unscrupulous spice merchants, the berries have also been used to flavour beer and of course they are a standard ingredient in the making of gin which was once used as a medicine.
In herbal medicine, juniper has been used as a carminative and as a steam inhalant in the management of bronchitis. In traditional Swedish medicine, Juniperus communis has been used to treat wounds and inflammatory diseases. It also is used to control arthritis.
It is also the ‘herb of choice’ in the British Isles to use for cleansing and protection having been used for centuries in ‘Saining’ and ‘Warding’ rituals.
Cautions – Not to be used whilst pregnant or by persons with inflammatory kidney disease.
Allergens – Produced in facilities handling Nuts, gluten, celery and mustard. Handling procedures are in place to reduce the likelihood of allergens being present, but we cannot guarantee our ingredients are totally free of traces in the products supplied.
Recommendations – consult a qualified healthcare practitioner before using herbal products, particularly if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, or on any medications.
This information is for educational purposes only, it is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.