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Our moroccan juniper is as a treatment against infectious diseases as well as an aid for childbirth.
Net weight : 200 g
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Juniper has antibacterial properties. It also offers a relaxing and lively antidote to negativity, and once upon a time, men carried the berries to increase potency. Perhaps that is why the berries were added to gin–so the drinker would feel more potent, positive, and relaxed! And today, many modern spas have discovered how effective juniper is against cellulite.
Among many herbalists and healers, juniper is considered one of the most beneficial substances–in the form of essential oil, but also as a dried leaf to burn as a purifying and uplifting incense.
The natural antibacterial, antiviral, diuretic, and antiseptic properties of Juniper (Juniperus communis) lend themselves well to treatment of a variety of internal and external conditions. Historically, it served as a treatment against infectious diseases as well as an aid for childbirth.
Juniper is available in many forms, such as teas, capsules, ointments, or lotions. Tea is generally used for digestive problems while oils are often reserved for use in hot baths for inhalation.
For Acne and Oily Skin
Juniper’s antibacterial properties are helpful in treating acne, and its astringency helps with oily skin conditions.
Because juniper promotes circulation and the dissolving of fat, it can be used to effectively treat cellulite.