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JUNIPER
Juniper Berry

(Juniperus Communis, Juniperus Monosperma)


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  • Juniper Berry Herbal Description
  • Juniper Berry Uses, Health Benefits & Scientific Evidence
  • Juniper Berry Dosage Information
  • Juniper Berry Safety, Cautions & Interactions
  • Juniper Berry Herbal & Essential Oil Products





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    JUNIPER BERRY HERBAL DESCRIPTION

  • Juniper Berry (Juniperus communis) is also known as Common Juniper.
  • Cedar Berry (Juniperus monosperma) is also known as One-seed Juniper, Cherrystone Juniper, Redberry Juniper, New Mexico Cedar, West Texas Juniper, and Sabina.


  • JUNIPER BERRY (JUNIPER COMMUNIS)

    Juniper (Juniperus communis), the common juniper, is called "geniver" in Dutch, from which came gin; however, it is good for more than making martinis. The berries, which are not berries at all, but a portion of the cone, were used by the Zuni Indians to help with childbirth. British herbalists used Juniper to treat congestive heart failure and stimulate menstruation, and by the 19th century, American herbalists used it to treat congestive heart failure, gonorrhea, and urinary tract infections. It is believed that Juniper has diuretic properties which help remove accumulated fluid in congestive heart failure and wash out the offending bacteria in urinary tract infections; however, there is no scientific evidence to support its effectiveness.

    The juniper is an evergreen tree native to Europe, Asia, and the northern parts of North America and it is especially abundant in central Texas and Eastern Oregon. The history and folklore concerning the juniper tree is long reaching. The first recorded mention of use is in an Egyptian papyrus from 1500 B.C.E. Juniper was the symbol of the Canaanites fertility goddess Ashera. Western European folklore tells that is a juniper tree is planted by the door to your home, a witch cannot enter. Juniper incense has also been used by the Scottish to ward off the evil eye, and by the Tibetans to remove demons. The purple, blue, violet, or blackish-brown fruits are harvested in early autumn for culinary and medicinal use.

    cedar berry, cedar leaf - Juniperus monosperma


    CEDAR BERRY (JUNIPER MONOSPERMUS)

    Cedar Berry (Juniperus monosperma) has a long tradition in Native American medicine. This needle bearing tree is native to the Southwestern United States, and covers nearly 3/4 of the state of New Mexico. Juniperus monospermus is a variety of juniper that grows in higher, dryer elevations in the southwest. It has traditionally been used in the same ways as the common juniper. Juniper monospema is a very hardy species, the cedar berry tree can grow in poor soil when and where other trees cannot. The one-seed juniper can grow to heights of 25 feet, and has flat, scale-like leaves and bluish-green berries. There are in fact two different types of cedar berry trees, one male and one female. Each has flowers, but only the female produces a small waxy pod with a single seed; this is what we consider the "berry." While the trees grow slowly, the berries reach maturity in one year. Many parts of the tree are used in traditional medicine, including a paste made of crushed berries.

    Among the conditions that cedar berry has been used to treat are cough, fever, rheumatism, diabetes, tuberculosis, scurvy, toothache and to promote menstruation. Besides the medicinal uses listed above, juniper boughs and leaves were often burned to help purify the air, and the leaves and twigs can be used to make a green or brown dye. While there has been little formal research done to substantiate the medical claims, a number of botanical databases note that the various chemical constituents of the leaves and cedar berries do have emetic, diuretic, antibiotic, germicidal and antiseptic properties. Dr. James Duke notes that the plant has chemicals that suggest it may help the body fight arthritis, asthma, cough, congestion, hepatitis and muscle stiffness.

    For more information about Cedar botanicals, see Cedar Herbal Information





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    JUNIPER BERRY USES, HEALTH BENEFITS & SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE

    JUNIPER BERRY (JUNIPER COMMUNIS)

    Today, herbalists use Juniper primarily as a component of herbal remedies to treat bladder infections. This herb can help regulate blood sugar levels, and reduce the congestion associated with asthma, and reduce fluid retention. It is also used to help treat gout, obesity, and prostate disorders, and results from test tube studies indicate that certain constituents of Juniper inhibit the herpes virus. The traditional use of Juniper essential oil is to purify the air and use as an insect repellant. Juniper properties include analgesic, antimicrobial, antiputrefactive, antiseptic, antispasmodic, astringent, digestive, diuretic, sedative, and stomachic. Juniper benefits include uses for treating anxiety, cellulite, colds, cuts, dermatitis, flatulence, fluid retention, hangover, indigestion, lymph congestion, and treating wounds. Diffusing Juniper oil into the air will freshen and disinfect a stale room.

    JUNIPER BERRY ESSENTIAL OIL PROFILE


  • Botanical Name: Juniperus Communis
  • Common Method Of Extraction: Steam Distilled
  • Parts Used: Berries
  • Note Classification: Middle
  • Aroma: Fresh, green, fruity, balsamic undertone
  • Largest Producing Countries: Bulgaria, France, and Nepal


  • Juniper blends well with Black Pepper, Cedarwood, Clary Sage, Cypress, Fir Needle, Lavender, and Rosemary.

    Juniper berries have many culinary applications. They are the main flavor ingredient in gin. There are also used to flavor meats and sauces, and they make a wonderful addition to sauerkraut. Avoid in kidney or liver disease and while pregnant.


    The above product information description was obtained from Mountain Rose Herbs regarding their products. For other manufacturers, merchants and vendors, consult individual product label description.


    CEDAR BERRY (JUNIPER MONSPERMUS)

    Juniperus monospermus is a variety of juniper that grows in higher, dryer elevations in the southwest. It has traditionally been used in the same ways as the common juniper. Juniperus monosperma has great cultural significance to many people. It is worn or held in many traditional ceremonies by medicine men of various tribes. Besides a number of medicinal uses, juniper boughs and leaves leaves are burned to purify the air of the area where any ceremony or blessing will take place. Participants are also asked to purify themselves with smoke of the plant. The leaves and twigs can be used to make a green or brown dye.

    Native Americans used the fruit as a diuretic and the cones were used as a laxative, emetic in diarrhea. Also bark was rubbed on spider bites, the gum used for tooth cavities and the leaves were used for pains after childbirth. (Hocking, 1997) This plant has chemicals that suggest it will help the body fight against arthritis, asthma, congestion, cough, hepatitis, and stiffness. (Dr. Duke’s Phytochemical and Ethnobotanical Databases.)

    The leaves are cleaned, broken to smaller fragment, and stored for future uses. The leaves are cleaned and burned, and the ashes are kept in powdered form in a container for uses in cooking. The leaves or berries are ground and made into paste. A smudege stick can be made by combining Juniper and Sae limbs, broken to appropriate size, and gathered into a compact bundle. The stems were wrapped together with string, wrapping upward on the bundle a preferred seven times. The bundle is then cross wrapped seven times and the bottom was wrapped again and tied off.

    This juniper was used in basket and textile making. It also served as firewood and building material to many residents to its area. The ashes of this plant are mixed with corn in preparation of many Native foods like cornmeal, cornbread, mush, pancakes, dumplings, tamales and a Navajo tea. The juniper ash contained significant amounts of calcium, iron, and magnesium.





    JUNIPER BERRY DOSAGE INFORMATION

  • Juniper Berry constituents include primarily sugars, but also pinene, limonene, tannins, and antioxidant flavonoids. Parts used are the berries, whole, ground, or rubbed through a sieve. To prevent loss of essential oil, juniper berries should not be ground, crushed, or rubbed until just before use. The herb is frequently combined with birch leaf, horsetail, parsley seed or restharrow in herbal diuretic teas. Typical preparations may include taking as a tea, extract or capsule, and may be liberally sprinkled on food or added to drinks and smoothies. Today, the best known use of juniper berries is the main flavoring agent in gin. To take Juniper as a tea, add 1 cup of boiling water to 1 tablespoon of Juniper berries. Drink 1 cup, two times a day; however, when using it to treat bladder infection, it is best to take in conjunction with other herbs such as uva ursi, parsley, cleaver, and buchu. Read and follow product label directions for use.

  • Cedar Berry constituents alcohols, cadinene, camphene, flavone, flavonoids, glycosides, podophyllotoxin, vitamin C, volatile oils, resin, sabinal, sugar, sulfur, tannins, and terpinene. Parts used include berries, primarily, though sometimes you can use the twigs and leaves. Typical preparations include berries that may be crushed, added whole to food as a flavoring or as a preservative, steeped in boiling water to make a tea or infusion, or eaten fresh or dried. Sometimes found as a capsule. Cedar berries are excellent nourishment for the pancreas.





  • JUNIPER BERRY SAFETY, CAUTIONS & INTERACTIONS INFORMATION

  • Juniper Berry Precautions: Juniper may interfere with absorption of iron and other minerals when taken internally. Prolonged use of this herb can deplete the body of potassium, and can cause excessive fluid loss. Because it stimulates menstruation and can stimulate uterine contractions, pregnant women should not use Juniper. Those with inflammation of the kidneys, severe kidney or liver disease should also avoid using this herb. If you have been using juniper berry tea for several weeks and you urine smells like violets, you have been using the herb too long. Continued overdose can cause renal irritation and blood in the urine, so only use in moderation.

  • Cedar Berry Precautions: Cedar Berry can be toxic when taken in large amounts. It should not be used by people with kidney or urinary tract problems, or by pregnant or nursing mothers, as it causes contractions.





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    JUNIPER (BERRY) HERBAL PRODUCTS

    Juniper Berries, scientifically called Juniperus communis, come from the Juniper shrub are widely found throughout the Northern Hemisphere. The herbal uses of the Juniperus communis, or Juniper Berry, date back to early times. Findings show that Greek and Arabian physicians used Juniper Berry Powder to treat ailments. Later in history, people kept a few berries in their mouths during the Bubonic Plague because of its production of antiseptic aura which was believed at the time to prevent infection. Whole organic juniper berries were used in tea as a way to disinfect surgeon's tools. The American Indians of the plains also used the Juniperus communis berries as a food and medicinal herb. Throughout history, Juniperus communis have been used by numerous different cultures to treat a variety of ailments and complaints. The antiseptic properties of juniper berry powder or Juniperus communis, may aid in removing waste and acidic toxins from the body. Juniper Berries may have diuretic properties as well. Juniper berries have been found to lower blood glucose levels. Warning: Not to be used during pregnancy. Not for use exceeding four to six weeks in succession; contraindicated in inflammatory kidney disease.

    MOUNTAIN ROSE HERBS PRODUCTS

    Mountain Rose Herbs: Juniper Berry (Juniperus communis), Certified Organic, Bulk Organic Herbs & Spices
    Mountain Rose Herbs: Cedar Berry (Juniperus sp.), Wild Harvested, Bulk Organic Herbs & Spices
    Mountain Rose Herbs: Juniper Berry Extract (Juniperus Communis), Certified Organic, Single Herbal Extracts & Tinctures
    Mountain Rose Herbs: Juniper Berry Essential Oil (Juniperus Communis), Certified Organic, Organic Essential Oils
    Mountain Rose Herbs: Tea Tree & Juniper Facial Serum, Fawn Lily Botanica, 1 oz.
    This artisan serum is handcrafted in the Pacific Northwest. This light and refreshing blend is beneficial for oily or acne prone skin. This serum absorbs quickly and easily in the skin, while it balances, nourishes, and tones with an uplifting aroma. Contains: organic Jojoba oil, organic Sunflower oil, Hazelnut oil, organic Rosehip seed oil, Vitamin E oil (from non-GMO sources), organic Rosemary antioxidant, organic Rosemary essential oil, organic Juniper berry essential oil, organic Tea Tree essential oil, and organic Lemon essential oil. Packaged in a 1 oz bottle with treatment pump.
    Starwest Botanicals: Juniper Berries Whole (Juniperus communis), Organic, 4 oz.
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    Starwest Botanicals: Juniper Berries Whole (Juniperus communis), Organic, 1 lb.
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    Womans Moon Cycle Tea includes Dong Quai, Chaste Tree Berry, Juniper Berry, organic Parsley Leaf and organic Chamomile.
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    Womans Energy Tea includes Dong Quai, organic Nettle, organic Dandelion Root and organic Juniper Berry.


    HERBSPRO PRODUCTS

    HerbsPro: Juniper Extract, Eclectic Institute Inc, 1 fl. oz. (32013)
    HerbsPro: Juniper Extract (Juniper communis), Wildcrafted Berry, Herb Pharm, 1 fl. oz. (2024)
    Aromatic resins serve as urinary stimulant, diuretic and antiseptic. Warming stimulant to digestive system; stomachic and carminative. Mild circulatory stimulant. Used for chronic mucous discharge of genito-urinary system; gleet. Skin problems associated with inflammation; emmenagogue for atonic amernorrhea. Chronic arthritis, gout and muscular rheumatic disease. Poor appetite and digestion due to atonic digestive system. Relief of flatulence. Topically for arthritic joint, sprains and strained muscles. Take 30 to 40 drops, 2 to 3 times per day for no more than 6 weeks. Best used with soothing diuretics (e.g., Plantain, Marshmallow, Hydrangea). Topically apply full-strength over affected area.
    HerbsPro: Juniper Berries Extract, Organic, Natures Answer, 1000 mg, 1 fl. oz. (17228)
    Organic alcohol fluid extract of Juniper communis. Holistically balanced, responsibly wildcrafted herbal supplement.
    HerbsPro: Urinary System Support, Herb Pharm, 1 fl. oz. (2393)
    A blend of liquid extracts of Goldenrod flowering tips, Corn Silk stigma and style, Horsetail herb, Pipsissewa leaf, Juniper berry from fresh dried herbs. Adjunct Therapy: For infection & inflammation of the urinary tract add 20 to 40 drops of Echinacea Extract to each dose of the above. A mild diuretic. Very soothing in scalding urine and other irritations of the urinary tract. Supportive in the treatment of inflammation & infection of the kidneys, bladder and urinary ducts (nephritis, cystitis, urethritis, etc.). Acute: Three to five times per day take 20 to 40 drops in water or in Urinary Tea blend. Tonic and Chronic: Two or three times per day take 30 to 40 drops in water or in Urinary Tea blend.
    HerbsPro: Bladdex Extract Compound, Alcohol Free, Natures Answer, 1 fl. oz (17092)
    A alcohol free herbal combination extract supplement promotes genito-urinary tract support. Holistically balanced, Kosher Parve. Proprietary extract blend of Oregon Grape root (1:1), Couch grass rhizome (1:1), Uva Ursi leaf (1:1), Juniper berry (1:1), Marshmallow root (1:1), Buchu leaf (1:1) in a vegetable glycerin and purified water base.
    HerbsPro: Juniper Extract, Eclectic Institute Inc, 2 fl. oz. (76260)
    HerbsPro: Juniper Berries Extract, Low Alcohol, Natures Answer, 1000 mg, 2 fl. oz.
    Organic alcohol fluid extract of Juniper communis. Holistically balanced, responsibly wildcrafted herbal supplement.
    HerbsPro: Juniper Extract (Juniper communis), Wildcrafted Berry, Herb Pharm, 4 fl. oz. (32263)
    Aromatic resins serve as urinary stimulant, diuretic and antiseptic. Warming stimulant to digestive system; stomachic and carminative. Mild circulatory stimulant. Used for chronic mucous discharge of genito-urinary system; gleet. Skin problems associated with inflammation; emmenagogue for atonic amernorrhea. Chronic arthritis, gout and muscular rheumatic disease. Poor appetite and digestion due to atonic digestive system. Relief of flatulence. Topically for arthritic joint, sprains and strained muscles. Take 30 to 40 drops, 2 to 3 times per day for no more than 6 weeks. Best used with soothing diuretics (e.g., Plantain, Marshmallow, Hydrangea). Topically apply full-strength over affected area.
    HerbsPro: Urinary System Support, Herb Pharm, 4 fl. oz. (32187)
    A blend of liquid extracts of Goldenrod flowering tips, Corn Silk stigma and style, Horsetail herb, Pipsissewa leaf, Juniper berry from fresh dried herbs. Adjunct Therapy: For infection & inflammation of the urinary tract add 20 to 40 drops of Echinacea Extract to each dose of the above. A mild diuretic. Very soothing in scalding urine and other irritations of the urinary tract. Supportive in the treatment of inflammation & infection of the kidneys, bladder and urinary ducts (nephritis, cystitis, urethritis, etc.). Acute: Three to five times per day take 20 to 40 drops in water or in Urinary Tea blend. Tonic and Chronic: Two or three times per day take 30 to 40 drops in water or in Urinary Tea blend.
    HerbsPro: Diuretic II, Thompson Nutritional Products, 60 Caps (35580)
    A blend of Potassium, Juniper Berry extract, short Buchu leaf extract, Parsley leaf, and Uva Ursi leaf extract.
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    Natrol's Water Pill is an all-natural formula which is free of harsh chemicals. Our herbal/nutrient blend offers a gentle formula to help promote a balanced level of fluids in the body...naturally.. . Natrol's Water Pill provides a balanced approach to maintaining healthy body fluid levels. By working with the body's systems our Water Pill, along with a healthy diet and exercise program, can help you feel your best naturally. Ingredients include Vitamin B-6, Calcium, Potassium, Buchu leaf extract, Parsley leaf extract, Uva Ursi leaf extract, and Juniper Berry extract.
    HerbsPro: Diuretic I, Thompson Nutritional Products, 90 Caps (35579)
    Herbal formula with potassium for adults. Ingredients includ a blend of Potassium, Juniper Berry extract, Buchu leaf extract, Parsley leaf and Uva Ursi leaf extract.
    HerbsPro: Diuretic II, Thompson Nutritional Products, 90 Caps (35581)
    A blend of Potassium, Juniper Berry extract, short Buchu leaf extract, Parsley leaf, and Uva Ursi leaf extract.
    HerbsPro: Juniper Berries, Natures Way, 400 mg, 100 Caps (17952)
    HerbsPro: Juniper Berry Combination Herbal Formula, Natures Herbs, 100 Caps (17545)
    Juniper Berry Combination contains herbs to stimulate urination, relieve fluid retention and may be beneficial for bedwetting, bladder problems, diabetes, fungal infections, kidney infection, kidney stones, gout and rheumatic diseases. Ingredients include Juniper Berries, Marshmallow Root, Golden Seal Root, Watermelon Seed, Uva Ursi Leaves, Parsley Root and Leaves, and Ginger Root. In preservative-free gelatin capsules.
    HerbsPro: Natural Herbal Diuretic, Solgar, 100 VCaps (36487)
    Natural Herbal Diuretic contains an herbal blend of Buchu extract, Uva Ursi extract, Juniper extract, Parsley extract, and Barberry extract.
    HerbsPro: Kidney Bladder Formula, Natures Way, 310 mg, 100 Caps (17959)
    A key to optimal health is proper assimilation and relief. Getting rid of waste occurs easily as long as body organs function properly. Occasionally the body may need extra support for proper function. Nature's Way kidney bladder is an excellent herbal combination for the times the body may need extra supplementation. Kidney Bladder is a time tested herbal formula with herbs historically popular for kidney and bladder complaints. Herbs like Uva Ursi and Juniper berry. Ingredients include a proprietary blend of Juniper Berry, Parsley leaf, Ginger root, Uva Ursi learf, Marshmallow root, Cramp Bark, and Goldensseal root.


    KALYX PRODUCTS

    Kalyx: Juniper Berry Powder, Certified Organic (Juniperus communis), Starwest Botanicals, 4 oz: C
    Kalyx: Juniper Berry Powder, Certified Organic (Juniperus communis), Starwest Botanicals, 1 lb: C
    Kalyx: Juniper Berry Extract (Juniperus communis), Health & Herbs, 2 fl oz: HH


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  • JUNIPER ESSENTIAL OIL PRODUCTS

    MOUNTAIN ROSE HERBS PRODUCTS

    Mountain Rose Herbs: Juniper Berry Essential Oil (Juniperus Communis), Certified Organic, Organic Essential Oils


    STARWEST BOTANICALS PRODUCTS

    Starwest Botanicals: Juniper Berry Essential Oil, 1/3 fl. oz.
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    HERBSPRO PRODUCTS

    HerbsPro: Juniper Berry Essential Oil (Juniperus Communis), Aura Cacia, 0.5 fl. oz. (13890)
    HerbsPro: Juniper Berry Pure Essential Oil, Natures Alchemy, 0.5 fl. oz. (17032)
    HerbsPro: Juniper Berry Essential Oil, Now Foods, 1 fl. oz. (68367)


    TAKEHERB PRODUCTS

    TakeHerb: Juniper Berry Essential Oil, Starwest Botanicals, 1/3 fl. oz.


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    Kalyx: Juniper Berry Essential Oil, Certified Organic, 1/3 fl oz: C
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