Immune-Boosting, Anti-Inflammatory Super-Juice with Turmeric, Ginger, Coconut Water, and Orange. Easy to make at home.
Turmeric Tonic has been one of our most popular juices since we began bottling it in 2015. And, no wonder, it’s delicious, and by taste, I estimate it has two to three times more turmeric in it than any other drink you can find at the store.
Even people who dislike celery will love this juice. Pineapple is a great way to make your celery juice more interesting and to get some extra vitamin C. The bitter, astringent flavor of celery pairs well with the sweet-tart flavor of pineapple.
We call this juice Rally, as in to recover in health, spirits, or poise. Roasting the beet gives this juice umami that pairs well with the sweet-tart flavor of ripe oranges. Lime enhances these flavors and balances them out with a hint of bitterness.
Thai Vacation is a bright, hydrating, semi-sweet, and pleasingly tart juice. The oils in the lime leaf give It a rich mouthfeel. It’s highly aromatic, a little piquant, and has a beautiful bright green color.
This is Pineapple Grapefruit Juice made from fresh whole fruit. It’s full of healthy essential vitamins and phytonutrients. Growing up, we used to drink this made from frozen concentrate, but between you and me, it’s miles better made fresh.
Berry Orange Lemonade is a summertime treat best enjoyed when strawberries are at their peak from late July through early September.
This smoothie tastes wonderful. In addition to a good portion of the RDA of Vitamin C, Iron, Thiamin, Magnesium, Copper, and Manganese, turmeric and bromelain are both excellent anti-inflammatories. Bromelain also aids digestion, and ginger will help settle your stomach.
This smoothie is a real treat and is one of the first drinks we’re putting on our new café menu. RECIPE 2 cups spinach2 Frozen bananas 2 cups unsweetened rice milk 1/2 cup coconut water 1/4 cup fresh mint leaves 1/4 cup cacao nibs 1 teaspoon vanilla extract For a thicker, colder smoothie, use frozen […]