Celery juice has been all the rage lately, and possibly for good reason. (See my 6 favorite benefits below!) I'm not the biggest fan of the flavor of celery alone though, so I thought I'd share my new favorite juice recipe to make it more flavorful.

I would like to give you, Celery "Ginger-Juice ".


When you combine a whole celery core with a little fresh cucumber, lemon, and ginger, plus a green apple for a little sweetness, it turns into a juice that you really want to drink every day.

Benefits of celery and ginger juice

I first heard about drinking natural celery juice from Medical Medium. He believes that drinking pure celery juice can help cure a number of conditions. While he recommends drinking celery juice only for the most potent results, he notes that you can also add other fruits and vegetables, such as cucumbers and apples, to make it more palatable. Try the recipe below to get started!

As you get used to drinking this juice, feel free to increase the amount of celery or reduce the other ingredients to make it more celery, if desired.

Here are 6 reasons to love celery juice:

It can reduce inflammation. Celery is loaded with antioxidants, including quecetin, caffeic acid, and ferulic acid. Antioxidants are believed to fight damage from free radicals that contribute to inflammation.

It can help fight infection. Celery has been used to fight infection for centuries, because celery seed contains antimicrobial and antibacterial properties. It is also believed to help prohibit bacterial growth and boost the immune system.

It can help prevent liver disease. Since celery has diuretic properties, it is believed to help flush toxins from the body and promote liver and kidney health.

It can help lower high cholesterol and high blood pressure. Celery contains a unique compound called 3-n-butylphthalide (BuPh), which has been shown in studies (using celery seed extract as a supplement) to lower overall cholesterol and help with hypertension.

It can reduce bloating (and urinary tract infections!). Celery has a diuretic effect on the body, eliminating water retention and can help stimulate digestion, all of which can lead to less bloating. Because it decreases uric acid and increases urine output, it can also help prevent urinary tract infections.

How to make celery juice recipe

To make celery juice, all you need is a juicer or high-speed blender. I think the juicer is easier (I use this Breville juicer), but if you don't want the extra gadget, use your blender.

To juice celery in a juicer: Run 1 or 2 bunches of celery stalks through the juicer, which will extract the fiber and leave you with just the juice. I found that a 2-pack of celery hearts makes about 16 ounces of juice. For a better tasting juice, try my recipe below.

To make celery juice in a blender: Blend the celery until it looks like a smoothie. You can add a splash of water if needed, but it's probably best to use as little liquid as possible so you don't dilute the juice. (A high-speed blender like my Vitamix can blend veggies without adding liquid, just use the tamper!) Pour the pureed celery juice into a bag of nut milk to strain the pulp, and then drink the juice you squeezed out.

Can you make celery juice ahead of time?

It is recommended that you drink fresh vegetable juice as soon as you prepare it, but if you are in a rush in the mornings, you can do so 24 hours in advance and store it in a tightly sealed glass jar in the refrigerator. If you use a chew juicer, like my Omega juicer, your juice should last up to 3 days. (I use my Omega juicer to squeeze the celery stalks as they fit easily in the chute, but I don't use it for other items because it takes too long to cut everything into thin pieces.)

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                                                        CELERY AND GINGER JUICE RECIPE

Side effects of celery juice

Whether you start with my recipe below, or dive headfirst into drinking fresh celery juice in the morning, here are some side effects that I have experienced myself.

A dancing stomach. I heard that celery juice can stimulate digestion by increasing the hydrochloric acid in your stomach. I can only guess that is why my stomach felt like I had a baby kicking me in the intestines for the first week or two of drinking celery juice. (If you've ever been pregnant, it literally felt like a baby kick!)

Laxative effect. If you tend to be constipated, I think this might help. Salt water is considered a laxative, and since celery is loaded with natural salts and is very hydrating, I can only assume that is why it had an almost immediate laxative effect for me after drinking it.

Other than that, the other side effects I experienced were all positive - I felt less bloated and had fewer cravings for sweets, so I can't complain! I hope you will try this juice recipe soon and tell me how it makes you feel.

celery juice recipe

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Celery and ginger juice recipe

This celery juice recipe tastes amazing, thanks to the addition of cucumber, ginger, lemon, and green apple. It's a low sugar drink that gets your morning going!


TOTAL TIME 5 minutes


  1. 1 small bunch of celery (or 1 heart)
  2. 1/2 english cucumber
  3. 1 large green apple
  4. 1/2 lemon
  5. One 1-inch ginger nut


If your juicer has a "high" and "low" setting, put the celery and cucumber on the LOW setting first.

Then turn it to HIGH and run the apple, lemon, and ginger through the juicer. I like to intersperse the piece of ginger between the apple and the lemon so that it stays still and is easier to squeeze.

Drink the juice right away or store it in an airtight glass jar for up to 24 hours in the refrigerator.


Calories: 154kcal | Carbohydrates: 41g | Protein: 2g | Sodium: 7 mg | Potassium: 533 mg | Fiber: 7g | Sugar: 27g | Vitamin A: 280 IU | Vitamin C: 43.1 mg | Calcium: 51 mg | Iron: 1 mg

Recipe Notes:

Feel free to switch and try making this different recipe as needed. Leave a comment below if you try something different. We can all learn from your experience!

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