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Ginger Jolt

QTY: 600 ml
Time: 3 minutes
Category: Energy Juices
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This juice recipe is all about boosting your energy levels.
Ginger stimulates circulation, watercress provides a plethora of vitamins and minerals for energy production, and grapefruit offers a refreshing burst of antioxidants and vitamin C that plays a crucial role in energy metabolism by aiding in the synthesis of carnitine, a compound that helps the body convert fat into energy.
Regular consumption of this juice can help combat fatigue, improve focus and concentration, and support overall vitality.


  • 20 g watercress (or rocket)
  • 5 cm ginger
  • 2 pears
  • 2 grapefruits


  • Wash and dry
  • Cut into thin pieces the size of your thumbnail leaving the skin on
  • Remove the hard wooden stems
  • Juice whole or cut in half if too big to fit into the wide chute
  • Remove the outer skin keeping as much white pith as possible
  • Cut into halves or quarters to fit into the wide chute
  • Roughly chop



AUTO10 Cold Press Juicer

  • Load the hopper: watercress, pear, grapefruit, ginger

Other Cold Press Juicer

  • Start with the watercress. Add the entire 20g to the juicer.
  • Add the pears next one at a time. They will help push the watercress down and onto the press.
  • Juice the grapefruit next adding them in pieces one at a time and allowing the juicing to press each piece through before adding more.
  • Lastly, add the ginger.


  • Watercress can also be made into an herbal tea by pouring boiling water over a handful of greens and allowing too steep for 15 minutes or more. 



Calories: 237kcal
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Liquid Nutrition

There is more to every fruit, vegetable and leafy green than taste and flavour. Each one has a unique signature or a "sign from nature" indicating what part of the human body its nutrition targets. The light or the colour of fruits and vegetables can help us heal emotionally (think colour therapy) and the lessons the fruits, vegetables and leafy greens learn when growing get passed onto us, to help us, when we consume them.


Signature: nerve & joint tonic
Colour: orange light, builds joy & curiosity
Lessons: speak up, let go


  • digestive system support
  • antispasmodic
  • relieves bloating
  • reduces inflammation
  • treats nausea
  • relaxes throat muscles
  • helps DNA reconstruction




Signature: breasts, heart & blood
Colour: yellow, releases toxins deposited in the nervous system
Lessons: flow, patience


  • high blood pressure
  • sluggish liver and gallstones
  • arthritis
  • insomnia


pears healing


Signature: womb & ovaries
yellow, builds intention and wonder
Lesson: simplicity, gentleness


  • cardiovascular health
  • several anti-cancer properties
  • anti-inflammatory
  • lower cholesterol
  • prevent high blood pressure
  • known as the "Gift of the Gods"


Despite its humble appearance, watercress is a leafy green powerhouse of nutrients. It’s packed with vitamins A, C, and K, as well as several B vitamins. Watercress also contains iron, calcium, and magnesium, which are essential for energy production. Additionally, it’s rich in phytonutrients like sulforaphane, which can help combat fatigue and improve overall vitality.

The significant amount of vitamin K in watercress plays a crucial role in bone metabolism and calcium absorption. Adequate vitamin K intake may help reduce the risk of osteoporosis and improve bone density.

It contains high levels of iodine which is beneficial for both the thyroid and immune system. Watercress also has antibiotic properties similar to those in the onion family which also gives it a spicy flavor and kick.