(NaturalNews) Summer is a great time to create refreshing and cleansing juices. With summer produce and hotter temperatures in full swing, it is the perfect way to keep cool and nourish your body with nutrients that can be lost in the summer heat. Here are three recipes that can get the juice party started.
Summer ginger ale juice recipe
1/4 of a small lemon, peeled
A one to two inch piece of ginger (to taste)
12 spinach leaves
Six celery stalks
One to two green apples
A take on the traditional ginger ale, this juice recipe provides a highly alkalizing source of nutrients, full of enzymes and probiotics to promote proper digestion. Enjoy it any time of the day or 15 minutes prior to a meal for more effective digestion.
Sweet and spicy juice recipe
One lemon or lime
A one to two inch piece of ginger
A one to two inch piece of turmeric
Six mint leaves
Six basil leaves
A pinch of cayenne pepper
This sweet, yet spicy juice is a perfect way to help tone digestion and cleanse the liver. Enjoy any time of the day or 15 minutes prior to a meal for more effective digestion.
Jet pack juice recipe
One green apple
A one inch piece of ginger
A one inch piece of turmeric
One medium lemon
One medium lime
One large handful of dandelion greens or kale
One small handful of fresh basil leaves
A pinch of ground cayenne pepper
This juice recipe can provide a quick shot of energy that naturally stimulates your bowels, brain and body. The combination of chlorophyll, enzymes, vitamin C and circulatory promoting spice gives the body a serious wake up call. Try it first thing in the morning or 15 minutes prior to a meal for more effective digestion.
These three juice recipes are an excellent addition to other fun juicing recipes and have a very practical purpose in helping one digest the summer fare that comes with backyard barbecues.
About the author: Derek Henry, B.Kin, is a highly revered holistic health coach and world renowned natural health blogger and educator who created Healing the Body to help people understand the fundamental principles to exceptional health so they can overcome their own health challenges.