Juice Tonics


For general guidelines regarding fruit and vegetable juices, please see Juice. Below are specific juice remedies.

Cabbage juice is used for healing stomach and duodenal ulcers.

Carrot juice is used for liver rejuvenation and cleansing. When applied directly to a burn, it expedites healing time.

Celery juice is used for lowering blood pressure.

Cherry juice (especially sour cherry juice) is used for treating gout, rheumatism and arthritis.

Cranberry juice is used for treating and preventing urinary tract infections.

Grape juice is used for edema, hepatitis and jaundice.

Lemon juice is used for indigestion, weight loss, high-blood pressure and as a liver tonic. Drink upon arising, after a meal or following the use of antibiotics or other drugs.

Watermelon juice is used for urinary difficulties, edema and to clear summer heat.

May you be well nourished,

Rebecca Wood

6 Responses to Juice Tonics

  1. What is Restorative Tonic?
    I purchased your book, and it is mentioned several times as a suggested part of daily meal.

    I’ve read the whole book and cannot find where it states what is made of.
    Thank You!

    • Without exception, the clients I’ve worked with need their energy to be built and sustained. Not cleansed and cooled. Therefore I recommend daily balanced meals rather than extreme cleanses. That’s why in the revision of that book (it’s now Clean and Free) I’ve deleted the Frappe recipe.