juniper berry oil


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juniper berry oil

[′jü·nə·pər ‚ber·ē ‚ȯil]
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Colorless oil that darkens and thickens in air; bitter taste, turpentinelike aroma; derived from the dried ripe fruit of the common juniper (Juniperus communis), used in medicine, gins, and liqueurs, and in veterinary practice. Also known as juniper oil.
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In the bucket of warm water, you can also put some essential oil like Basil (Tulsi) Oil, cedarwood oil, cypress oil, juniper berry oil, lavender oil, rosemary oil and wintergreen oil.
ROASTED SWEET ONIONS, CHICKEN WING JUS, JUNIPER BERRY OIL Serves 2 Steve Monnier, Aromes For the roasted sweet onions: 2 whole sweet onions, halved 1 star anise 1 vanilla bean, split and scraped 10 grams spice bush berries, ground 20 grams butter For the black trumpet mushroom powder: 100 grams onions, peeled and sliced 200 grams black trumpet mushrooms, cleaned 100 grams black garlic cloves, peeled and finely chopped 20 grams soy sauce Salt and white pepper to taste For the juniper berry oil: 20 grams juniper berries 300 grams grape seed oil For the chicken wing jus: 1 kilogram chicken wings, patted dry 1 onion, peeled and chopped 1 clove garlic, peeled and finely chopped 20 grams butter 50 grams white wine 5 grams fresh thyme FOR THE ROASTED SWEET ONIONS: Heat oven to 275 degrees.
The juniper berry oil is largely comprised of monoterpene hydrocarbons such as [beta]-pinene (5.0%), [alpha]-pinene (51.4%), sabinene (5.8%), myrcene (8.3%), and limonene (5.1%) [15] (Figure 3).
Olbas (10 g) consists of three major components such as peppermint oil (5.3 g), eucalyptus oil (2.1 g), and cajuput oil (2.1 g) and of two minor constituents like juniper berry oil (0.3 g) and wintergreen oil (0.2 g).