Cleansing Juice Recipes

Vegetable and Fruit juices provide complete nutrition in a natural food form.

Your body can absorb this and go to work using the nutrients for repair, rejuvenation, and rebuilding of any part of the body that needs help.  Whenever I drink freshly juiced vegetable juice, I feel an instant surge of energy and feel that cleansing action in my body immediately.

Steve Meyerowitz has said: “Condensing pounds of valuable foods into a single glass, while simultaneously maximizing assimilation, is what makes drinking juice so beneficial to health”.  I agree.

We have used the Champion Juicer for over 20 years and find it does a wonderful job.  You will need a heavy-duty juicer like a Champion, or a Breville juicer to give you good extraction of juice from the dry pulp.

“When the vegetable juices are raw and fresh, the water they contain is actually Distilled Water, distilled by Nature, and they contain exactly what the body needs, the finest quality of nourishment”.  Water Can Undermine Your Health, 1996 Edition, by Dr. Norman Walker, p.4

Try out some of these great juices.  Every one of them will be good for you.  Have some fun and enjoy God’s great gift of health as you drink them.

1.  Kidney Cleansing Juice
by Dr. Norman Walker

Juice and drink three times a day

2.  Kidney Stone Cleansing Juice
Adapted from Healing Juices by L.A. Justice

Parsnip juice mixed with Carrot, Celery, Zucchini or Beet juice.
Note:  Avoid alcohol, coffee and soda drinks.

3.  Energy Boosting Cleansing Juice

Juice and drink twice a day.

1 bunch parsley
1 stalk celery
1/2 cup spinach juice
1 kale leaf
3 beet greens
1-2 apples
Add 1 cup pure water

4.  Regularity Cleansing Juice

Juice and drink twice a day:

3 apples with skin – contain pectin which triggers contractions of the colon
1 pear
1 cup spinach leaves
1/4 lemon
1/4 inch of fresh ginger

Juice and drink twice a day
Note:  Limit constipation foods like cheese (and milk), fried foods and beef.

5.  Blood Regulator Cleansing Juice
from Juicing for Life by Cherie Calbom and Maureen Keane

Juice and drink:
1 handful spinach
4 lettuce leaves
4 sprigs parsley
6 carrots, greens removed
1/4 turnip

6.  Cleansing Tonic

1/2 inch wedge green cabbage
2 green apples, seeded
6 carrots, greens removed

7.  Spring Cleansing Tonic
from Juicing for Life by Cherie Calbom and Maureen Keane

Handful parsley
4 carrots, greens removed
1 garlic clove
2 stalks celery

8.  Our Personal Usual Healthy Juice Blend
I am trying to follow Dr. Joel Fuhrman’s nutrient-dense, low glycemic index chart.  Also, I am trying to use as many “above-ground” vegetables as possible.  Here is a typical juice blend that we make at our house.  We try to go to the local vegetable market where people sell their organic produce, to get locally grown healthy nutrition.

1 bunch of parsley
1/2 bunch of cilantro
3 carrots
1/2 bunch of celery
1 cucumber
5 kale leaves
2 inch piece of ginger (use less if this is too strong)
1/2 lemon
2-3 medium size beets with greens
1 lettuce, endive, spinach or combination of whatever you have
3 organic apples

TIPS from “Make your Juicer Your Drug Store” by Dr. L. Newman

  • Raw carrot juice is excellent for babies and growing children, as it contains the minerals and vitamins necessary for health and growth.
  • Diabetes/Pancreas support juice:  A combination of carrot, celery and parsley juice with the juice of either string bean, cabbage or brussels sprouts (using carrot and celery in about equal proportions, or even one-third carrot and two-thirds celery).  Start with one glassful and increase over time until you take two quarts per day.
  • Beet juice improves both the quality of the blood and also the circulation.  Take 1/3 beet juice along with 2/3 carrot and celery juice.
  • Carrot juice, rich in Vitamin. A, is good for the eyesight.  Make carrot and parsley juice for the eyes.
  • Carrot juice supports the body with any place that is lined or covered with mucous membrane i.e. lungs
  • Dandelion juice is a blood builder and purifier, liver cleanser, gall bladder and spleen.  It increases the flow of bile and saliva so it is an aid to digestion.  It has also been used for such conditions as diabetes, liver and kidney troubles.  (I suggest that you add it to carrot juice).
  • Bathe in the morning sun.  A sun bath and air bath is a great purifier.
  • Most health problems begin with constipation.
  • Two to three hot Epsom salts baths weekly will help to promote better circulation and also rid the body of waste matter through the skin pores.

TIPS from “Fresh Vegetable and Fruit Juices” by N.W. Walker

  • Cucumber juice is a good natural diuretic, promoting the flow of urine.  Also it promotes hair growth due to its high silicon and sulfur content.
  • Parsley juice is potent and should be taken along with carrot juice.
  • Spinach juice helps to cleanse and heal the lower bowels and the intestinal tract, plus it supports the teeth and gums preventing pyorrhea.
  • Turnip leaves contain the highest percentage of calcium of any vegetable.  Combine turnip leaf juice with carrot and dandelion juice to support the bones and teeth.  Turnip leaves are also a strong alkalizer, especially when combined with celery and carrot juices
  • Watercress juice added to carrot, parsley and potato juices has been helpful for emphysema.
  • Beet juice has been helpful for menstrual disturbances and during menopause.  Take 2-3 ounces two or three times a day.

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