Lemongrass & Ginger

Winter Juice Recipe

lemongrass & ginger juice recipe
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Lemongrass & Ginger

QTY: 1000 ml
Time: 5 minutes
Category: Winter
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This juice recipe was inspired by my one of my favourite herbal tea combinations Lemongrass & Ginger. Wow, what a really good combination.
The flavour was beautifully balanced with a good hint of ginger which I love! The lemongrass worked really well in the cold pressed juicer giving the flavour a sharp tangy lemon taste without the bitterness.


  • 1/2 stalk lemongrass
  • 1 5cm piece ginger
  • 2 nashi pears
  • 2 limes
  • 1/2 pineapple


  • Cut into thin slices the width of your thumb
  • Cut off a 2cm thick piece
  • Cut into thin slices leaving the skin on
Nashi Pear
  • remove the stem
  • juice whole 
  • Thinly slice off the outer skin
  • Cut into slices
  • Slice off the outer skin
  • Cut into long thin strips to fit down the chute
  • Chop the core into small chunks


  • Start making this juice with the lemongrass and ginger because you want the other ingredients will pick up more of their flavour.
  • Close the cap on the juicer then add all of the lemongrass slices then add the ginger slices.
  • Next I added the Nashi pears one a a time.
  • Add each of the limes and then open the cap of the juicer to release the juice.
  • With the pineapple I add one strip at a time letting the machine press each strip before adding the next piece. Add the core chunks last.
  • Tip:  Lemon juice (or lime) may be substituted for lemongrass in a pinch, but citrus fruits will not be able to fully replicate its particular qualities.


Calories: 263kcal
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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: bones
Colour: green, builds personal power and desire to achieve
Lessons: take time to nurture your inner self


  • Relieving anxiety
  • Lowering cholesterol
  • Preventing infection
  • Boosting oral health
  • Relieving pain
  • Boosting red blood cell levels
  • Relieving bloating



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


Nashi Pear

Signature: kidneys
Colour: various, brown, white, yellow
Lessons: assist us when we feel we are not who we have become, mistaken identity


  • remove radioactive toxins from the body
  • fight fatigue
  • protect bones
  • improve cardiovascular health
  • high in Vit C
  • great aid in wound healing


lime healing


Signature: clears lymph plaque from breasts
green, builds personal power and desire to achieve
Lesson: lighten your heart, self protection


  • block abnormal cell growth
  • detoxify the lymph nodes
  • amazing cleansers
  • fight infections


pineapple healing


Signature: strengthens all tubes and cells
Colour: yellow light, builds wonder and strengthens will power
Lessons: pineapple teaches us to have more resilience, and offers us energetic protection


  • aids digestion
  • blocks diarrhea
  • dissolves warts
  • relieves cold symptoms
  • strengthens bones