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Juices_cWounds can be external cuts and abrasions or inner disruptions caused by operations, tears, and other injuries. Juices high in vitamins C, E, the B complex group of vitamins - B2, B5, folic acid, niacin and parabenzoic acid - beta-carotene, and the mineral zinc can all help in consolidating the process of healing. Green leafy vegetables, carrots, apricots, melons and citrus fruits are all good sources of these nutrients, and juices made with them can help.


Recipes of juices

Each recipe makes approx. one 8fl oz/230ml glass of juice. Adults can drink up to three glasses daily, but do vary the juice combinations for maximum benefit. Drink diluted if you prefer. Children should drink only diluted juices.

Juice each ingredient then blend using a spoon.

 

Apple and berry juice

Ingredients:

* 4oz/125g blackcurrants
* 1 apple
* 2oz/50g raspberries

Juice each ingredient then blend using a spoon. Dilute with water if you prefer.

 

Or:

 

Mango and strawberry juice

Ingredients:

* 6oz/175g strawberries
* 1 mango

Juice each ingredient then blend using a spoon. Dilute with water if you prefer.

 

Or:

 

Carrot and Parsley juice

Ingredients:

* 3 large carrots
* 4oz/125g parsley

Juice each ingredient then blend using a spoon. Dilute with water if you prefer.

 

Or:

 

Apple and spinach juice

Ingredients:

* 1 apple
* 6 large spinach leaves

Juice each ingredient then blend using a spoon. Dilute with water if you prefer.