Juicing has quickly become a popular method for quick intense nutrient intake, weight loss and short term detox. Virtually every health authority recommends that we get 6-8 servings of vegetables and fruits per day and very few of us actually get that. Juicing is an easy way to nearly guarantee that you will reach your daily target for vegetables.

I know many people that simply start their day with a lovely fresh juice for breakfast and then eat as normal the rest of the day. Then, there are those that decide it is in their best interests to do what we lovingly call a “Juice Feast”. Drinking nothing but fresh vegetable juice for 10-30 days is a great way to help your body detox and reduce many health issues and weight issues you might be experiencing. Here, at Wildly Organic, we are pro-juicing and have personally experienced many different levels of juicing commitment. Because we love this approach to increasing our vibrant healthy, we have developed a Juicing Pak. This pak contains the main ingredients you need to make yourself many healthy glasses of Organic vegetable juices. This pak will produce approximately 1 gallon of juice. That’s enough juice for you to enjoy a glass every day for 10 days.


Mean Green Juice (original)

This is the official recipe used by Joe Cross and Phil Staples according to the Reboot Program.

6 Kale Leaves

1 Cucumber

4 Celery Stalks

2 Green Apples

1/2 Lemon

1 piece of ginger

Mean Green Juice #2

handful spinach

3 stalks of kale

2 golden delicious apples

small handful parsley

1 lemon

1 cucumber

Mean Green Juice #3

2 stalks celery

1/2 cucumber

1/2 apple

1/2 lemon

small piece ginger

1/2 green chard leaf

bunch cilantro

5 kale leaves

handful spinach

Mean Green Juice #4

1/2 pear

1/2 green apple

handful spinach

handful parsley

2 celery stalks

1/2 cucumber

small piece ginger

slice of papaya


peel or slice off lemon rind leaving some of the white pith

to juice small leaves such as parsley and cilantro, roll them up into a ball to compact the leaves

wash all vegetables and fruits before making juice

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