juniper oil


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juniper oil

n.
An essential oil obtained from the seed-bearing cones of the common juniper (Juniperus communis), most often used to flavor gin and liqueurs.
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Median termite rating values for non-VTC-treated veneers impregnated with 2.5, 5, or 10 percent cinnamon and juniper oil increased from 4 to 5.5 to 9, respectively.
Pour the ice cream base into the canister and add the juniper oil. Spin until thick and creamy.
The Intensive Slimming Serum is mixed with juniper oil and applied on the body immediately followed by a cold compress on areas.
To examine differences in the terpenoid composition of the essential oils of plant samples, and to examine if the commercial oils (spruce oil, juniper oil; Shandiin, Hamburg, Germany) could be used for our experiments, we compared the chemical profiles of the commercial oils with the essential oils extracted by distillation from plant material collected during winter 2008-2009 in Lower Saxony, Germany (53[degrees]09'02"N, 9[degrees]54'44"E).
Dutch scientist Franciscus Sylvius invents gin by distilling grains and flavouring with juniper oil. He intends it to be a medicine for kidney disorders.
Juniper oil is also an excellent treatment for promoting circulation, dissolving fat and decreasing cellulite.
He ordered a duck carpaccio which came with caramelised apples and pears, a chilli and juniper oil and sweet shallots.
Juniper oil (pounds 6.49) keeps the circulation buzzing nicely and to keep the prickly heat at bay, go for green tea extract tablets at pounds 9.29 for 100, which also claim to help you lose weight by feeding the hunger pangs.
Fight back by having low-cal snacks handy - and try sniffing juniper oil which stops hunger pangs fast.
You will need, juniper oil, jasmine oil and 30 cm lengths of green, pink and white ribbons.
Add two drops each of rosemary and lavender oils and one drop juniper oil. Allow to stand for a week, shaking the bottle daily.