Juniper berries are packed with antioxidants. They also contain volatile oils, vitamin C and flavonoids. Which means they can help supplement your diet as well. The volatile oils can even boost antiseptic properties, which makes it a good tea to enjoy while supporting great health. Many people prepare Juniper berry as a tea, an extract or capsule. Some people sprinkle it on their food or add it to their drinks or smoothies. Juniper berry is the main flavoring agent in gin.
The juniper is an evergreen tree that is native to Europe, Asia, and the northern parts of North America. Juniper produces tiny pinecones sometimes called berries. Juniper berries have a pungent, pine like flavor and are used to spice up many cuisines, including European and Indian recipes and some game dishes. The berries are used whole, ground, or rubbed through a sieve. Waiting to crush, ground, or rub through a sieve until just before use will help to prevent the loss of the essential oils.
Some species of juniper bear POISONOUS fruits and as always you shouldn't just go around eating any fruit you see without proper knowledge of the species
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