Juicing for energy is one of the most popular reasons people juice. It provides your body with nutrition to boost brain and physical power (when it has the vitamins it needs, you get energy!).
If you need a quick boost of energy, you'll generally want to juice greens and you might want to think about doing a juice cleanse or a juicing fast.
Any juicing program will help get you back on track if you're not feeling like you have enough steam to get through your day.
I'm only mentioning these things because years ago I was having a hard time with energy. I could not wake up in the morning and I would rely on caffiene to get me through the day. Juicing did help, but until I addressed those other issues, my energy was down. Astragulus and Ginseng (american or siberian) work so well for giving you an energy boost and assist adrenals. Add a few drops from a tincture to these juices and you'll be electric.
This one, so good…works wonders.
2 apples, cored
1 handful of parsley
A stalk of broccoli (optional)
Core the apple and cut the top off of the carrots if necessary. Juice with the parsley, alternating the parsley so that you get the most out of it. Serve immediately.
1 orange, peeled
4 apples, cored
1 handful of kale
Roll up the kale in a long cylinder so its easier to juice. Core the apples. Peel the orange. Juice together and serve.
small handful of lettuce
small handful of kale
1 lemon, peel optional
Peel the lemon (if you don’t want to, its okay). Juice the lettuce, carrots, kale and lemon. Serve immediately.
2 stalks of celery, cut into 3 inch pieces
1 cucumber, cut into pieces
a small handful of parsley (few sprigs)
a small knob of ginger
1 lemon (peel ok)
Juice the cucumber, celery, parsley, lemon and ginger. Serve immediately
3 celery stalks
2 ounces of wheatgrass (or a large handful will do)
Juice the carrots celery and wheatgrass. Drink immediately.