The Xula Green Juice
Green juice has gained popularity in recent years due to its numerous health benefits and refreshing taste. Incorporating a green juice recipe into your daily routine can be a fantastic way to enhance your overall well-being. Green juice offers numerous benefits:
- Nutrient-rich: Packed with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants from vegetables and leafy greens.
- Increased energy: Provides a natural, sustained energy boost without crashes.
- Detoxification: Supports the body's natural detox processes, cleanses, and alkalizes.
- Digestive health: Aids digestion, regulates bowel movements, and reduces bloating.
- Antioxidant protection: Fights oxidative stress, strengthens the immune system, and combats diseases.
- Hydration and skin health: Helps maintain hydration, promotes healthy skin, and reduces signs of aging.
Given all the benefits mentioned above, this is Xula's infused take on green juice to support your body to help you feel yourself as the day unfolds. We combine a carefully selected blend of nutrient-rich vegetables and leafy greens, providing an abundance of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants.
1 cup of filtered or alkaline water
½ cup packed fresh mint
½ cup packed fresh kale or spinach
1/2 cup celery or cucumber
1-2″ piece peeled ginger
2 limes, juiced
1 full dropper or desired amount of Mhm! Moon + Mood (or any Xula drops)
Pinch of cayenne pepper (optional)
1 tsp raw agave (optional)
Juicer. No juicer, no problem bb, use a blender/food processor, and a mesh strainer.
Cut a couple of ginger pieces into thin slices as an edible garnish. Roughly cut the remainder for your juice.
Combine water, ginger, mint, kale, lime juice, Xula drops of choice, and cayenne into a food processor or blender. Blend until liquified and strain. If you have a juice, skip the water and juice as normal.
Pour into glass, and thin slices of ginger for fun bites at the end. Drink immediately, and enjoy!
Pro-tip: I’m using mint and kale, but honestly you can use any variety of herbs and greens available to you: they can be safely foraged, picked from your garden or rescued from the bottom of a sad refrigerator. Options like fresh parsley, cilantro, celery, and cucumber all work well. Just make sure your measurements work out the same as they do here.