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Life is a blend of bitter-sweet memories. And so is this Neem Juice – although the bitterness courses through your senses the moment you sip it, it surprisingly leaves a sweet after-taste! Neem Juice is made from Neem Leaves and water, so its 100% pure.
Neem Juice has a lot of medicinal benefits, and is especially good for your hair, skin and stomach. Known for its detox and cleansing properties, it is wise to have a Neem Juice to reap its benefits.
It is therefore customary in Maharashtrian families to have a small quantity of this juice on Gudi Padwa day. You can try it too!
Diabetic can also benefit from this Neem Juice. A small quantity of Neem Juice 2 to 3 times in a week can help keep blood sugar levels under check.
Apart from using fresh herbs like neem to make Neem Juice, you can also try other herbal drinks like Herbal Caffeine Free-Tea or Fresh Herbal Tea.
Enjoy how to make Neem Juice recipe with detailed step by step photos below.
- To make neem juice, combine the neem leaves and 1 cup of water in a mixer and blend it till smooth.
- Strain the mixture using a strainer in a deep bowl.
- Serve the neem juice immediately.
Neem Juice recipe with step by step photos
Neem Juice have been used for medicinal purposes since ages. Most people find chewing on neem leaves difficult due to its bitter taste. Then Neem Juice is a good choice. It has many health benefits…
It boosts metabolism and aids in weight loss.
It holds anti-bacterial properties are known to treat mouth and tooth problems like foul smell and bleeding gums.
It has anti-inflammatory properties as well. It helps to treat joint pain arthritis.
It control blood sugar levels when consumed in restricted quantities by diabetics.
It helps to remove toxins from the body and thus has cleansing effect on the body.
Neem Juice is best had early in the morning on empty stomach. It is also suggested to not eat anything half an hour after having the juice.
In this recipe, we have made 3 small glasses (1 cup) which is 3 servings. While there isn’t much restriction on the amount of Neem Juice to be consumed, on a daily basis even ¼ cup of Neem Juice can also prove to be beneficial.
Yes, Neem Juice is slightly bitter. But the taste can be developed, that’s also a fact. But to make it more flavourful, you can add a few drops of lemon juice or ginger juice. However do not add sugar to it. Sugar is empty calories. It counter-effects the health benefits of Neem Juice.
To make Neem Juice, first choose and buy fresh neem leaves. Ensure that the leaves are fresh, dark green in colour and devoid of any cuts, spots or blemishes. It’s better to purchase leaves which are attached to the stem so that they have a better shelf life.
Destem the leaves and take around 1 cup of neem leaves to make Neem Juice.
Clean and wash the neem leaves with clean water.
Strain the water using a strainer and discard the water.
Place the neem leaves in a mixer jar to make Neem Juice.
Add equal quantity of water. Add 1 cup of water for blending.
Blend in a mixer till smooth. This is how Green Neem Juice looks after blending.
Pour the Nourishing Neem Juice into glasses and serve immediately.
If you like Neem Juice, as a variation also try other healthy juices like Spinach and Mint Juice, Red Capcisum Carrot and Apple Juice and Muskmelon and Mint Juice.
Nutrient values (Abbrv) per serving
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