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A woody, warming oil, Juniperberry is frequently used for air freshening products and aromatherapy.
Colour: Colourless to pale yellow
Odour: Fresh, warm, sweet and woody, pine-needle-like
Extraction Method: Steam distilled
We go above and beyond to source our ingredients ethically to ensure the highest quality at a great price!
Dilute at a percentage of 1% of the finished blend, 1ml of essential oil (approx. 20 drops) to 100ml of carrier oil. Do not use undiluted on the skin. You can use up to 3% dilution for use on your body or in the bath. Consult your doctor or midwife before using during pregnancy.
Juniperberry Oil can be used to create massage oil blends by combining with other essential oils and a carrier oil. We love Sweet Almond #215 or Apricot Kernel #204 as a base for massage.
Combine Juniperberry Oil with your favourite essential oils to create your own aromatherapy blends.
Bring an old potpourri back to life by adding a few drops of Juniperberry and your other favourite oils to it. Sit back and enjoy the calming aroma.
This natural product cannot be guaranteed free from traces of nuts or other allergens. Seek medical advice before use if suffering from any medical conditions or allergies. Always conduct a patch test before using any new product.
Store in a cool dry place away from sunlight.
As our products are natural, the colour and odour may vary from batch to batch. We are continually improving our products and so on occasion the product you receive may differ slightly in appearance from images displayed on our website.
So I brought this oil as I wanted something different. I had a rough idea what it smelt like but I wasn't sure. On the website it states it's a calming smell. When I got it, i was surprised how much it actually smelt of Gin. I know juniper berries makes gin but it's a really strong smell and the oil is great quality for the price. I used this oil in an oil burner and my husband mentioned the flat smelt of Gin.
I haven't used it yet, but it smells as it should.