Himalayan Juniper Essential Oil

Retail Price: $ 30

Distilled in the kingdom of Bhutan, Floracopeia’s Himalayan Juniper is a softer, sweeter version of the supreme oil for atmospheric purification and respiratory support.


About Himalayan Juniper Essential Oil

All of the aerial parts of the juniper bush can be distilled, and here we bring you a unique oil from Bhutan that is distilled from the leaves and small branches of the plant.

This aromatic treasure calms and balances your nervous system, offers relaxant properties, relieves stress, and helps alleviate vertigo. As a stimulating oil, it promotes circulation, and boosts mental activity, clearing the mind of negativity and blockages to promote clear thinking. It’s a powerhouse respiratory oil, decongesting airways, opening sinuses, fighting off colds and flu, and treating respiratory infections. You’ll enjoy its warm, woody, balsamic scent as you inhale deeply for a restorative, cleansing experience.

When inhaled through direct palm inhalation or diffused, richly balsamic and resinous-sweet juniper essential oil works to support clear breathing, detoxification and cleansing. Employed this way, along with therapeutic massage, juniper oil supports the wellness of our bodies water system as well as the detoxification of our skin.

A world-class detoxifier, juniper oil’s cleansing properties encourage joint and muscle health, and makes an excellent addition to your massage oils. Juniper essential oil, applied over the abdomen, can also aid in detoxification from overindulgence in eating and drinking. Diffused, it can nourish and restore optimal working nerves, enhancing calm and relaxation.

How to Use Himalayan Juniper Essential Oil

  • Direct Palm Inhalation: Inhale a drop of our Himalayan Juniper  — this oil is a wonderful tool for clearing and relaxing the mind. Gently rub the palms together, bring them towards your face and take a deep inhalation. It will enhance calm and relaxation and can be helpful to alleviate cravings and persistent personal behaviors one is seeking to change.

Other Ways to Use Himalayan Juniper Essential Oil

Juniper is a valuable essential oil and can be applied topically, through direct inhalation, or diffused.

  • For skin health, mix one drop in your facial moisturizer.
  • Can also be used as a compress to support comfortable muscles and joints after strenuous or repetitive activity.
  • Blend up to a 5% dilution in a massage oil and massage gently into skin to support healthy water metabolism.
  • To support a healthy bladder/urinary system, add a few drops to warm bath water or sitz bath.

Himalayan Juniper Essential Oil Profile

This Juniper leaf oil from the high mountains of Bhutan is warm, woody and balsamic.  Softer and sweeter than other Junipers, this oil still packs the supreme air purification powers of all Juniper essential oils.

Safety Considerations for Himalayan Juniper Essential Oil

Non-toxic, though should not be used by those with kidney disease, acute bladder infections, or during pregnancy. Non- to mildly-sensitizing. Do not take Juniper essential oil internally.

Aromatic Profile and Blending of Himalayan Juniper Essential Oil

Product Details

  • Botanical Name: Juniperus recurva
  • Family: Cupressaceae
  • Composition: 100% Pure Himalayan Juniper Essential Oil
  • Origin: Bhutan
  • Method of Extraction: Steam Distillation
  • Cultivation/Harvesting: Wildcrafted
  • Plant Part: leaves and small twigs
  • Color: Clear to pale yellow
  • Consistency: Thin
  • Yield: ~1.5% (less with immature berries)
  • Bottle Size: ½ fl oz (15 mL)

Interesting Juniper Essential Oil Information

Juniper is a shrubby, small coniferous tree belonging to the Juniperus genus and member of the Cupressaceae (Cypress) family. There are over 50 species of juniper spread around the world. Juniper has been extensively used as a scenting and therapeutic herb in various cultures all over the world, since ancient times. In Ancient Greece and Egypt it was used as a food preservative, a medicinal herb and it was considered to be purifying and protective. Tibetans also use juniper as incense in religious ceremonies. Native Americans have used juniper for several purposes: as an ingredient in food and beverages, as scenting agent and as a potent herb for digestive ailments.

Watch: David Crow on Essential Oils for Respiratory Health

Learn more in Module 2: Respiratory Oils of the Pharmacy of Flowers home training on how to use essential oils.

Bottle Size:
1/2 oz (15mL)
Latin Name:
Juniperus recurva
Country of Origin:
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