Juniper tincture earns its stripes as a supporter of kidney and urinary tract health, chiefly by ramping up urine production and ushering toxins out of the body. In the realm of urinary tract concerns, juniper potentially flexes its antimicrobial muscle, bolstering the fight against these problems.
But that's not all; juniper boasts credentials in the anti-inflammatory and antioxidant domains. It steps in to shield cells from the onslaught of oxidative stress and damage courtesy of those pesky free radicals.
Parts Used: Berry
Juniper benefits and uses:
- Promotes urine production and supports kidney and urinary tract health.
- Helps alleviate symptoms of inflammatory conditions.
- Protects cells from oxidative stress and free radical damage.
- Supports digestion and alleviates digestive issues such as bloating and indigestion.
- Used for respiratory conditions like coughs.
- Benefits skin health, including reducing inflammation and supporting the healing of wounds or skin irritations.
Juniper is a source of:
- Phenolic compounds
- Vitamin C
- Dietary fiber
- Minerals like potassium, calcium, magnesium, and iron
Juniper, scientifically known as Juniperus, is a genus of evergreen coniferous plants that belong to the cypress family. These plants are widely distributed across various regions of the Northern Hemisphere, including North America, Europe, and Asia. Juniper species are characterized by their needle-like leaves, small flowers, and distinctive berry-like cones. From a scientific perspective, juniper has been studied for its various bioactive compounds and potential health benefits. The berries of some juniper species have been found to contain essential oils, terpenes, flavonoids, and other phytochemicals that possess antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, and diuretic properties. These bioactive compounds contribute to the traditional medicinal uses of juniper, including its role in supporting digestive health, promoting urinary tract health, and providing relief from certain inflammatory conditions.
Juniper berries are not actually berries but are modified cones. These small, round structures resemble berries, giving them their common name. The "berries" of juniper plants are actually fleshy seed cones that take about two to three years to fully ripen.
Our herbal supplements are pure concentrates, free of impurities. Our facility is FDA registered and GMP certified. All our herbal extracts are third lab tested, vegan, not tested on animals, made in the USA, and all natural. We use a unique, patent-pending extraction method that ensures each product contains the highest potency and volume of nutrients.
How to consume:
Mix 0.7 ml (30 drops) with 2 fluid ounces of water or your favorite juice 1 to 3 times a day.
* This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, mitigate, or prevent any disease. Results may vary based on individual users and are not guaranteed.
This tincture is work for my health problem !
I shop at my local Whole Foods and see these extracts for the same price but for one ounce. I have been shopping here for a couple of months now and for obvious reasons.