Herb of the Day: Juniper Berry
Juniper berries are not true berries- instead, their name is derived from their berry like appearance. At times you can find them used as a spice, in gin, or for their healing properties. Their use dates back generations where Native American tribes are said to have used juniper berry as an appetite suppressant during times of famine or hunger.
- Kidney Stones
- Appetite suppressant
TriLight’s Use of Juniper Berry
You can find juniper berry in ASMA. This product combines herbs traditionally used to support the body during asthmatic spasms in the bronchial area, to promote free breathing and relieve asthmatic symptoms in a gentle way. Many have found it to be a great natural option.
B. Andrews says,
“I have been using this product for the last year. I give it to my two boys ages 5 and 7. This liquid taste is tolerable for small children. The effects are quick and it last for several hours. Often I can avoid using prescriptions like Singulair and nebulizer treatments with the help this product. I was a bit skeptical when I first ordered this product but I have since become a big fan of this company.”
How have you used juniper berries?
**Juniper berries are often not recommended for pregnant women or for people taking the medication lithium.
Note: TriLight Health employees are not licensed practitioners and cannot prescribe which products you should use. Our comments are educational. If you are pregnant or breast-feeding, please see our pregnancy safe section. As with all our formulas, especially if you are pregnant or breast-feeding, please consult your healthcare practitioner before using products with any other medications. Our statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. Our products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.