The Latin name is Fructus Juniperus communis.
juniper is an evergreen shrub, and can reach up to 4 m high tree. The bark is gray - brown. The leaves are sharp, needles, shiny green underneath with a dull backed rim. The beans are globular, bluish black, with a whitish wax honey, usually with three gray-brown seeds. Blooms April - May.
essential and fatty acids, formic, acetic and malic acids, sesquiterpene alcohol, juniperole, juniper camphor, juniper, invert sugar, bitter and resinous substances, flavonoids, potassium and calcium salts, vitamin C.
in sand and stones, chronic inflammation of the kidneys and bladder, watering, difficulty in passing urine, bad breath in the mouth, heartburn and stomach aches and pains,
Rheumatism, gout, ulceration, hemorrhoids, skin rashes, inadequate menstruation. External for inhalation of dyspnea and bronchitis, for bathrooms in eczema.
internally: 3 fruits per day (up to 15 fruits and back to 1); Like tea 2-3 cups a day. Outdoors: for baths and inhalations.
Infusion: as a diuretic - 2 teaspoons of fruit are poured with 1 / 4l of boiling water; For gastric diseases - 100 g of fruit cooked and prepared as syrup (1 teaspoon before meals) for gastric diseases. For bathrooms with rheumatism: 200 g of fruit are boiled in 1 liter of water.
Ingredients: Fruit juniper (100%)
Measure: envelope 100 g
- Can be used by:Children
- Beneficial effect on problems with:Kidneys
Joint pain, bones and muscles
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