In another of nature’s ironies, this spicy juice can be hot to the tongue but ultimately cooling to the body. It also supports thyroid and liver function, helping stimulate metabolism.
This sweet and slightly peppery juice is surprisingly delicious. Rich in silicon, chlorophyll, iron, and vitamins A and C, it also helps beautify your skin and hair and alleviate joint and muscle stiffness.
When cherry season begins, don’t forget to introduce them to your juicer. Both cherries and oranges strengthen your chi, or life energy. Cherries especially help relieve arthritis, gout, and anemia.
I’ve yet to find a better recipe to clear sinus congestion than this juice, a wintertime regular in my family. Don’t go overboard on the horseradish, however; a little bit goes a long way.
Some of my friends aren’t sure what to think when they hear of recipes like this one, but when they try it, they’re immediately won over. Adding herbs to juices and smoothies lends an exotic twist as well as extra healing powers. I’m particularly fond of basil, which makes this combination very relaxing for the mind and soothing for the stomach.
Mouth-watering pineapple and papaya always put me in a tropical mood. They also provide unique digestive enzymes that help our bodies break down and absorb nutrients.
Though this sweet, pungent juice serves your health in many ways, it is one of the best combinations for relieving constipation. Cabbage juice also helps restore friendly bacteria to your intestines.
A cold-weather favorite, this warm drink often ends up in a thermos, packed along with mittens, scarves, and the toboggan. Because they improve circulation and generate heat in your body, ginger and cinnamon help keep you warm all day long.
A favorite among the athletes in my family, this sweet, spicy tonic strengthens the chi, or life energy. It is rich in vitamins and minerals, especially vitamin A and calcium, which strengthen bones, teeth, skin, and muscles.
Gentle and delicious, fennel lends aromatic flare to simple apple-pear juice. Helpful for regulating your digestive tract and alleviating constipation, this recipe is especially nice in the fall when ingredients are fresh-picked and abundant.