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Ecology and phytosociology
The common juniper is a tangled, bushy shrub that reaches a few meters in height and grows in clearings, heaths, pastures and idle hillsides. It is common to the northern hemisphere. Cold- and heat-resistant, the common juniper does not require specific soil conditions. It is part of the mesoxerophile vegetation of grasslands and heaths and forms the grazing forest of calcicole xerophile plants.
Indications for use
30 ml, 50 ml, 120 ml