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About: Juniper berries are not actual berries, but rather the female seed cone of the juniper plant. In the culinary world, juniper is used to flavor the liquor known as gin and sometimes as a spice. Juniper has been used since ancient times and is even mentioned in the Bible. Juniper berries have also been found in Egyptian tombs, despite the fact that it was not found in that region. It has been used medicinally all over the globe, including the ancient Greeks and the Native Americans.
Safety Warnings: Avoid during pregnancy or a history of high blood pressure. Should be avoided by those with kidney disease.
$12.50 – 1/2 ounce (15 ml) bottle