Harvested from the wild and distilled from the berry. It delivers a fresh, somewhat sweet, gin-like aromatic oil. Juniper is used in many simple preparations, such as a veterinary preventatives for ticks and fleas, but should not be underestimated as a choice for perfumery. A few drops in bath salts along with florals or citrus make a wonderful and relaxing treat for tired, aching muscles.
Juniper (Juniperus communis)