Oil From The Fruits. The reddish-brown fruits of Juniperus Oxycedrus, L, which grows along the Mediterranean, yield 1,3') to 1,5 p. c.2) of an oil that has a turpentine-like and but faintly juniper-like odor. Specific gravity 0,851 1) to 0,8542); aD - 4°40'2) to - 8°30'1). It does not form a clear solution with 95 p. c. alcohol.

Oil From The Twigs. A Spanish oil distilled from the tips of the branches had an odor resembling the better pine needle oils3).