Juniper berries is helpful to magickaly prevent sickness.
- Basic Botanical Info of Juniper Berry.
- Juniper Berry Plant Description.
- History Juniper berry.
- Juniper Berry Phytochemicals and Constituents.
- Historical and Traditional Uses and Etymology:Juniper Berry.
- Juniper Berry Modern Common Uses Guide.
- Therapeutics and Pharmacology:Juniper Berry.
- Applications of Juniper.
- Juniper Berry Administration,Dosage and Preparations.
- Research Update:juniper berries.
Applications and Properties:
Modern herbalists:prescribe juniper to treat bladder infections, kidney disease, chronic arthritis, gout, rheumatic conditions, fluid retention, cystitis, skin conditions, inflammation, digestive problems, menstrual irregularities, and high blood pressure.
Digestive system.Prompt uric acid.
Pancreas heal.Urinary infections.
Bronchitis and lung infections.
Immune function/On macrophage phagocytosis.inhibition of murine T lymphocyte percentage.
Juniper Berry is also known by the names Juniper Bush and Juniper Bark. The Juniper is a small shrub, 4 to 6 feet high, widely distributed throughout the Northern Hemisphere. Juniper Berries take two or three years to ripen, and as a result both blue and green berries occur on the same plant at the same time. Only the blue, ripe berries are picked. Herbal uses of Juniper Berry dates back to early Greek and Arabian physicians. During the Bubonic Plague, cautious people kept a few berries in their mouths to produce an antiseptic aura and prevent infection. Juniper tea was once used to disinfect surgeon's tools. Juniper Berries were also used as a food and a medicine by the Indians of the American plains. Historically, many conditions have been treated with Juniper Berries by several cultures, including gout, warts and skin growths, cancer, upset stomach, and various urinary tract and kidney diseases. In addition to their use in herbology, the berries have been used as a flavoring agent in gin and luncheon meats.
Dosage: The usual dosage is 2 to 10 grams of crushed Juniper Berry daily. Infusion: 1:20 in boiling water, 100ml;Liquid Extract: 1:1 in 25% alcohol, 2-4ml;Tincture: 1:5 in 45% alcohol, 1-2ml
Safety and Toxicity:
Major Side Effects: Kidney damage or seizures have been reported in some individuals who took more than 10,000 mg (10 grams) of juniper per day or who took high doses of juniper for longer than 4 weeks.
Overdosage: An overdose can damage the kidneys. If you suspect an overdose, check with your doctor immediately.
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