Juniperus Sabi'na, Savin, Shrubby Red Cedar. -- The tops, U.S.P. 1820-1900; Europe, Siberia, N. America, rocky banks, mountains. Evergreen shrub, procumbent or erect, 1-4.5 M. (3-15 degrees) high, branched, bark greenish (young), brownish (old); flowers dioecious; fruit galbulus, bluish, size of a pea, 1-3-seeded. Tops yellowish-green, sub-quadrangular branchlets; leaves 4 rows, dark green, scale-like, ovate-lanceolate, acute, imbricated, shallow groove on back, roundish gland in middle; odor peculiar terebinthinate; taste disagreeable, resinout, bitter; solvents: boiling water, alcohol; contains volatile oil 2-5-10 p.c., resin, tannin, salts (K, Ca). Diuretic, emmenagogue, ecbolic, irritant, hemagogue; amenorrhea, dysmenorrhea, menorrhagia, rheumatism, gout; warts, ulcers, dental caries, tinea capitis, polypi. Poisoning: Abdominal pain, vomiting, strangury, convulsions, coma -- magnesium sulphate (full dose), demulcents, anodynes, stimulants. Dose, gr. 5-15 (.3-1 Gm.), in syrup, honey; fluidextract (alcohol), mv-15 (.3-1 cc.); cerate 25 p.c.), to prolong secretion from blisters, etc.; Infusion, Tincture.