Here’s an easy recipe for Pumpkin juice as it can prepare for the winter, however, should know that there are something less healing properties of fresh juice.
This healthy juice can be prepared and used for the next 7 days if you make him on this way:
Preparation: 3 kg pumpkin meat chopped into small cubes, cook into 3 liters of water with 0,5 kg sugar until pumpkin is nicely soft.
While the mixture is still hot mashed everything together (you can use and blender), add juice from 5 lemons and pour into glass bottles.
Bottles close with cellophane, wrapped in a blanket and leave overnight so that the pumpkin juice can cool completely.
Then hold the rest of preserve bottles in a dark place.
Pumpkin juice is base for all juices
Why is it good to drink pumpkin juice?
-Helps level and flow of energy in the body
-Pumpkin juice has laxative properties and is helpful for loose motions and constipation
-Help for better function of urinary system
-Nourishes the nerve cells and frees your body from nervous tension
-Contributes to the restoration of cartilage tissue
-Relieves the symptoms of sciatica
-Nourishes the brain and improves mental abilities (concentration, memory etc.)
-Prevents the appearance of senile dementia
-Influences positively the function of the reproductive organs in both sexes
-Nourishes the skin, hair, and nails (prevents damage and aids in the regeneration)
-Solves the problem of irritable bowel
-It`s a good cholesterol regulator and helps for heightening blood pressure levels
-Pumpkin juice is an excellent coolant for the summer heat
-Pumpkin juice is helping for re-growth of hair
-Useful juice for weight loss program
Pumpkin juice is good for liver and kidneys, stimulates digestion, good mood and folk medicine recommends it to people with cardiovascular problems because prevents from arteriosclerosis.
For this is the day you should drink per 1 dl freshly squeezed juice.
Pumpkin juice really contains a lot of healthy, useful, and often essential natural elements for the human body.
Among them, it is important to enumerate the following elements: vegetable fibers (cellulose and pectin), vegetable protein, unsaturated fatty acids, iron, phosphorus, potassium, calcium, vitamin A, B group vitamins (B1, B2, B3, B6, and B9) and vitamin C.