Juniper berries aren't actually berries at all. They are the female seed that comes from juniper plants, considered a spice and have a bitter taste.
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Juniper berries aren’t actually berries at all. They are the female seed that comes from juniper plants, considered a spice and have a bitter taste. Used in cooking and to give gin its distinctive flavour. Long before they were used in food, the Greeks used juniper berries as medicine and stimulants for Olympic athletes. Health benefits include; high in antioxidants, natural antiseptic, antibacterial, antifungal, helps improve skin conditions, aids in restful sleep, promotes heart health.
|Botanical Name||Juniperus communis|
|Country of Origin||Serbia/Croatia|
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