Each juice is formulated specifically for your body type, (your Dosha). These juices below, are some examples of juices we’ve made in the past for our clients. If you are interested in some of the juices you see here, let your personal Ayurvedic Chef know, and we will modify the recipe for your body, if necessary. Remember that at Dish for Dosha, our mission is to focus on your specific body’s needs, so modifications may be made so that you can benefit the most from your juices.
Carrot, Green Apple, fresh Ginger, grapefruit, Orange, Lemon
Carrot juice nourishes & protects the liver, and is an excellent blood purifier.
It is also a rich container of essential minerals like phosphorus, sulfur, sodium, beta carotene, vitamin A, iron, vitamin C and calcium. Orange juice helps you produce white blood cells and it protects these cells from damage. Grapefruit has a sub-acid taste, but its juice actually has an alkaline reaction after digestion. This has a profound effect in the treatment of acidity in the digestive system and the chemicals produced in the brain. Ginger root has a ton of benefits, including anti-inflammatory properties, helping with circulation, and aiding in digestion by soothing the stomach.
Red Cabbage, Green Bell Pepper, Watercress/Romaine, Swiss Chard/Beet greens, Green Apple, Lime, Blue Agave Nectar
The green leaf juice is extremely rich in iron, oxidizing enzymes and other minerals, and very high in chlorophyll. The green juice, in addition to supporting cellular detoxification, will also build the blood and support liver detoxification. It will also support the bones being high in both calcium and vitamin K. green leaf juices are often prescribed in higher quantity in anemic patients in order to raise hemoglobin levels. Red cabbage is used in the juices due to its added nutritional benefits. It contains up to four times the amount of phytonutrients than green cabbage, such as the anthocyanin polyphenols, and 6-8 times more vitamin C than green cabbage. Sour Green apples are higher in potassium malate and higher in pectin (good for chelating heavy metals), they can also extract higher amounts of nutrients from the pulped vegetables due to their higher acidity, so you end up with a more nutrient-rich juice
Honeydew with Aloe Vera, and a dash of Cinnamon
Melons make skin glow and look bright, because they promote synthesis of collagen and the skin. Melon juice also works towards relaxing the body, relieving some insomnia, jumpy nerves and helps calming anxieties. Melon juice removes excessive heat in the body, so one should consume this juice to increase the Kapha levels and reduce Pitta and Vata levels. It is also a diuretic, a laxative, and because they are rich in vitamins C and A, Potassium and Magnesium, it can also behave as an aphrodisiac. Cinnamon has been found to have antifungal, antibacterial and anti-parasitic properties, and is an excellent source of manganese, dietary fiber, iron and calcium. Aloe vera is a wonderplant that has anti-inflammatory properties, and aids in digestion and detoxification. It’s also a cellular regenerator with anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties.
Carrot, Orange and fresh Turmeric
Turmeric has been shown to exhibit antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antiviral, antibacterial, antifungal, and anticancer activities and thus has a potential against various malignant diseases, diabetes, allergies, arthritis, Alzheimer’s disease and other chronic illnesses. Carrot juice protects the body from cancer as it contains beta carotene, an anti-cancer element nourishes & protects the liver, and is an excellent blood purifier. It is also a rich container of essential minerals like phosphorus, sulfur, sodium, beta carotene, vitamin A, iron, vitamin C and calcium. Orange juice helps you produce white blood cells and it protects these cells from damage.
Green Apples & Carrots
This is one magic, synergistic blend that focuses on the relationship between the Carrots and green Apples that provides greater nutrient absorption when the apples and carrots are juiced together than when the juice of either is used alone. It’s the Malic acid found in green Apples assists in absorption of beta carotene in the carrots. Sour apples are higher in potassium malate and higher in pectin, good for chelating heavy metals. Together, they become a shield for the immune system and other important systems. Beta-Carotene also helps prevent night blindness and other eye problems, skin disorders, enhance immunity, protects against toxins and cancer formations, colds, flu, and infections. It is a powerful blend of antioxidants and protectors of the cells which slow the aging process.
Beet, Orange, Lime, Carrot, Turmeric, Pomegranate, Pink Himalayan Salt
500 ml of beet juice is effective in lowering blood pressure even more than some prescription drugs. This is believed to be achieved through the production of nitric oxide in the body, which causes blood vessels to relax, thus lowering blood pressure. According to a rodent study report in the December 2006 issue of the “Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry,” beet juice increased the excretion of bile acids and cholesterol. It is recommended that beet root is consumed, mixed with other vegetable juices, as too much beet juice consumed on its own is sometimes reported to cause tightness of vocal cords, rashes and beeturia, which is a reddening of the urine and stools.
Most sours are heating. Pomegranate is a rare gem because of it’s sour, cooling and astringent qualities come together in one package. An excellent tonic for Pitta conditions in the GI tract. To counteract dryness in Vata pushing Pitta type digestive tract, add lime and a pinch of salt. Pomegranate is also used as a rejuvenator.
Beet, Carrot, Green Apple, Orange, Pomegranate, Fresh Ginger
This juice is the most incredible color and is wonderfully sweet. Beets are said to lower blood pressure, carrots pack a super beta-carotene punch, apples are cancer-fighters and pomegranates just love your heart. Ginger root has a ton of benefits, including anti-inflammatory properties, helping with circulation, and aiding in digestion by soothing the stomach.
Beet, Grapefruit, Orange, Pomegranate, Red bell pepper, Watercress, Basil, Mint, Saffron
This is powerful blend of superfruits that are known for purifying the blood. Saffron is a nourishing purifier that invigorates and moves the blood while cooling it. Saffron breaks up blood clots and clears liver stagnation. Pomegranate is a rare gem because of it’s sour, cooling and astringent qualities come together in one package. An excellent tonic for Pitta conditions in the GI tract. Bell peppers provide more than just color and crunch to dishes. These vibrant vegetables are a source of valuable nutrients, fiber and antioxidants. A specific type of antioxidant, known as lycopene, gives red bell peppers their color. Orange juice helps you produce white blood cells and it protects these cells from damage. Grapefruit has a sub-acid taste, but its juice actually has an alkaline reaction after digestion. This has a profound effect in the treatment of acidity in the digestive system and the chemicals produced in the brain. Watercress contains more vitamin C than oranges, more calcium than milk, more iron than spinach and more folate than bananas. The capsaicin in cayenne is both an anti-inflammatory and an anti-oxidant.