It produces seed cones that are commonly known as juniper berries. Though the berries’ colouring varies, most are deep blue. Their aroma is often described as woody or spicy. They have a tart, pine-like flavour and are commonly used in small amounts as a spice or flavouring agent.
These small berries have been used for culinary and medicinal purposes since ancient times, and current research suggests that they may offer various health benefits. They can also be used with cooking and
Here are 5 emerging benefits of Juniper Berries: