Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Drink Recipe of the Day: Ginger Greens Juice

Ginger Greens Juice
Ginger Greens Juice
For thousands of years now, Asian, Indian, and Arabic healers have prized ginger root as both a food and a potent medicine. This special plant belongs to the same family as turmeric and cardamom and has been used for a very long time to relieve nausea and vomiting caused by seasickness and disease. During the sixteenth century spice trade in Europe, this special plant started to get noticed by physicians far and wide as a way to soothe stomach ailments of all kinds (even those caused by imbibing a bit too much alcohol), and modern science has come to back up this assertion. Since then, we have discovered many more benefits to ginger such as, reducing pain/inflammation, stimulating circulation, inhibits the rhotovirus and certain bacterias, and it may even help to prevent stomache ulcers. Today, you can find ginger root in a lot of things, including anti-nausea medicine. Let's take a a look at a delicious juice prepared with the ginger root and an assortment of various greens and sweet apples in a Vitamix blender!

Used in this Recipe:

Ginger Greens Juice


- 1/2 Cup of Filtered Water
- 1 large Cucumber, chopped
- 1 1/2 Celery Stalks, Quartered
- 2 large apples, 12 ounces, seeded and quartered 
- 2 cups loosely packed kale leaves
- 1 inch square piece ginger root


  1. Place all of the ingredients listed into the Vitamix container in the order listed and secure the lid. 
  2. Starting on the lowest speed setting, turn on the blender and slowly increase the speed until you reach the highest speed setting. 
  3. Blend for 30-45 seconds, using the tamper if needed to press the ingredients into the blades.
  4. Strain through a nut milk bag. Store in refrigerator. Holds for 2 day.

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