Juice Recipes For High Blood Pressure

50% of people on meds to manage their blood pressure don’t actually have their pressure under control. Whether you’re on medicine or not, doctors say a healthy blood pressure is one of the key steps to preventing heart disease and stroke.

Diet is one of the most effective methods of lowering blood pressure. Juicing allows people to supplement their diets with healthy produce in a form that allows the body to absorb the nutrients most easily.

1. Beetroot Juice
Beat High Blood Pressure with Beet.
Drinking just 500 ml of beetroot juice a day can significantly reduce blood pressure.

2. Golden Juice
Beet Root (golden) -- 1 beet
Carrots -- 3 large
Celery -- 4 stalk, large
Cucumber -- 1/2 cucumber
Ginger -- 1/2 thumb
Pear -- 1 medium

3. Green Power Juice
Apples -- 2 medium
Celery -- 4 stalk, large
Cucumber -- 1 cucumber
Ginger -- 1 thumb
Kale -- 6 leaf
Lemon -- 1/2 fruit

4. Celery Juice
Drink celery juice as much as you can…
If you cannot tolerate its bitter taste mix it with a bit of orange juice.

5. Mixed Power Juice
Cucumber -- 1 cucumber
Lemon -- 1 fruit
Onion (spring/scallion) -- 1 medium
Parsley -- 1 handful
Pepper (Sweet red) -- 1/2 medium
Tomatoes -- 3 small

6. Mexican Juice
Apple -- 1 medium
Cilantro -- 4 handful
Cucumbers -- 2 cucumber
Lime (with rind) -- 1 fruit
Pepper (green hot chili) (seeds removed) -- 1 pepper

7. Dr. Oz’s green Juice
Apples -- 2 medium
Celery -- 3 stalk, large
Cucumber -- 1 cucumber
Ginger -- 1/2 thumb
Lemon (with rind) -- 1/2 fruit
Lime (with rind) -- 1 fruit
Parsley -- 1 bunch
Spinach -- 2 cup

8. Celery Cool Down
Celery -- 2 stalk, large
Cilantro -- 1 handful
Cucumber -- 1 cucumber
Tomato -- 1 medium



12 thoughts on “Juice Recipes For High Blood Pressure


    1. admin ( Post author )

      Hello Georgia,
      You should use a juicer for this recipes, it is much better.

    2. Shannon

      If you have a high powered blender like a Vitamix, it would be sufficient. Standard blenders, though, won’t get the job done quite right. Keep in mind, though, you will need to add water, and you may want to strain some of the pulp before drinking. Not everyone has money for a decent juicer, sometimes you have to work with what you do have.

  2. Wally

    Celery juice is NOT bitter when fresh (unless your celery is quite old).

    Tastes better mixed with tomato or V-8 juice than with orange!

    1. admin ( Post author )

      Hell Wally,
      Your combination “mixed with tomato or V-8 juice” looks nice. We will tasty it!

      1. katrina Haworth-jett

        However, V-8 is usually higher in sodium, preservatives, and extra addatives and therefore contraindicated for those who have actually have high BP.
        Stick with fresh juicing, and stay away from the processed and high sodium products.

  3. Kimberly

    I have read that juicing beets and drinking them when you are not used to them can cause a reaction similar to being drunk. Would it be ok to drink the beet juices in smaller quantities and build up or will it always cause that reaction?

    1. admin ( Post author )

      Dear Kimberly,

      Drinking beet juice in smaller quantities will not cause that reaction. But if you are allergic to beets you should consult with your doctor first.

  4. Keechu


    Could u pls syggest an alternative for celery because v dont get celery over here in the veg shops..

    1. admin ( Post author )

      Dear Keechu,
      These recipes are tested with the mentioned ingredients, so you can’t replace celery.

  5. maureen

    Hi could you tell me please what is cilantro

    1. Borce ( Post author )

      Coriander, also known as cilantro, Chinese parsley or dhania, is an annual herb in the family Apiaceae. Coriander is native to regions spanning from southern Europe and North Africa to southwestern Asia. It is a soft plant growing to 50 cm tall.
      Read for more…http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coriander

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