Cedar Berries: Organic - Light Cellar
Also known as one seed juniper or cherrystone juniper. Cedar berries have a long tradition in Native American medicine and are used in the same ways as the common juniper.
Berries can be crushed, added whole to food as a flavouring and preservative, or steeped in boiling water to make a tea or infusion. Or consume in their flesh or dried form. Avoid use exceeding six weeks in succession. Avoid use during pregnancy.
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