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1 · Smreka or kleka is juice made by fermenting juniper tree berries. Refreshing and tangy, it's a lemonade-like beverage you'll love making.
- 2 Lemons
Baking & Spices
- 12 oz Juniper berries
- 1 Water, filtered or boiled
Everything you want to know about the amazing juniper bush from where they grow to the many uses of their branches and berries.
Juniper Berry Diffuser Blends
Learn all about juniper berries! Foraging juniper berries, juniper berry benefits, cooking with juniper berries + 11 juniper berry recipes!
"Juniper berries can benefit our skin as well. They are an antibacterial. If you are looking to deep clean your pores, Juniper berries can do just that! When they are dried and ground up, they can be used as an excellent exfoliator. These little berries can improve your complexion by balancing hormones. They also have anti-inflammatory components, so it is great for reducing redness or swelling..." #berries #essentialoil #natural #organic #naturalingredients #skincare #skin #hypoallergenic
Natures Garden will talk about juniper berry benefits in both soap and cosmetic recipes. We will also tell you about juniper berry uses in other industries.
Juniper oil has a warming effect on muscles, it may also help to relieve pain caused by arthritis or soreness after exercise. Juniper blends well with many oils, especially lavender and frankincense. Try it in our featured recipe - Juniper Muscle Rub. Visit our blog post to get more juniper berry essential oil recipes.
Oils & Vinegars
- 6 drops Copaiba essential oil
- 6 drops Helichrysum essential oil
- 1/4 cup Jojoba oil
- 9 drops Juniper berry essential oil
- 3 drops Peppermint essential oil
- 2 oz Glass Botle with Dropper or Treatment Pump
What are Juniper Berries good for? Used for? What do they taste like? A Juniper Berry is really not a berry, it's actually a cone! But it looks like a berry. Most of the junipers are edible but there are varieties that are poisonous. For most people you could eat the juniper berries as they are, but stay away if you got health issues! Read about which is edible, its history in medicine, what it tastes like, its power to remove evil spirits from your home and finally how to harvest them…
Como los conos necesitan más de un año para convertirse en maduros, ambos conos, maduros e inmaduros. se pueden ver juntos, como en este árbol en Saaremaa, Estonia
Juniper trees are fairly common and easy to forage. Learn more about foraging for juniper berries and how to use them for food and medicine!