Today we are sharing this powerful, cleansing, mineralizing and one of our all-time favourite detox support juice. Great for anytime time of the year, however super beneficial if made in the cold winter months to help move the blood and stimulate the immune functions.
Green leafy vegetables, like kale, parsley and cilantro, are very useful for removing toxins from the blood and work to alkalize the body’s PH. It is also a very helpful drink for eliminating parasites and will assist in moving the bowels if constipated.
More benefits of this green juice recipe for detox:
- Dissolve mucus
- Enhance circulation
- Stimulate the digestive system
- Protect cells from free radicals (anti-aging)
- Energizing and hydrating
- Alkalize the blood and lymph
- Cleanse the liver, gall bladder, kidneys, bladder, GI tract, and more.
Drink this green juice for detox first thing in the morning and on an empty stomach for best results.
Green juice recipe for detox
- 1 peeled lemon
- 2 Apples
- 3 inches Fresh Ginger
- 3 inches Fresh Turmeric Root when available
- 1 Cucumber
- 1 Bunch Celery
- 1 Bunch Cilantro
- 1 Bunch Parsley regular or Italian
- 1 Handful Fresh Mint
- Place all ingredients through a juicer and strain for smoothest results. Drink and enjoy!
We hope you give this powerful green juice a try!
For more juice recipes make sure to check out:
LEMON & GREENS JUICE – IMMUNE BUILDING
3 Powerful Wellness Shots – no juicer required
Healing Garlic Miso Soup – Anti Viral & Immune Boosting
With love & gratitude,
is this breakfast or a pre-breakfast cleanse? thank you *
Fresh juice can be drank really at any point in the day, preferably on an empty stomach. With that said, having a fresh juice first thing in the morning is a perfect break-fast. 🙂 Hope that helps!
How often will you drink this green juice?
Hello Matty, we would say you could drink it like 2-3 times a week! Variety is always good, so mixing it up with some carrot or beet-based juices would be great!
How many servings is this recipe?
We would say it makes approximately 32oz, which to us this would be considered one meal serving.
Hope that helps!
I have a Ninja and I have been using cheesecloth to separate the pulp, works good, messier than a juicer I would suspect but one less apparatus, for now.
Great solution Linda 😉
Hi – what do recommend if you don’t have a juicer. i have a really great blender but know that this will be too thick by blended by itself.
Great question, if you have a good blender than our suggestion would be to use your blender and then strain it through a cheesecloth to separate the pulp from the juice. Hope that helps 🙂