I don't buy juice from the supermarkets because of the additives, preservatives, and the synthetic chemicals that they putted in them. Another reason why I don't buy juice of the shelves is for the added sugar.
So what kind of juices I drink? Fresh juices from herbs, fruits, vegetables, roots and barks, I have been making my own juices since the year 2000. I used natural sweeteners like agave or stevia when I need to sweeten any natural juices.
Benefits of burdock juice
The burdock root juice blood cleanser is one of my favorite. The root of the burdock is a supper food; it has a high concentration of iron, which makes it important for the blood. Burdock purifies the blood and is helpful in treating arthritis, rheumatism, sciatica, and lumbago. When taking internally, burdock removes toxic waste, reduces fevers and heart conditions like boil, sties, carbuncles, canker sores, and infections. Drinking half a cup of burdock juice 3 times daily is good as a stomach tonic and for indigestion. The burdock juice is good for skin and kidney diseases, as well as, acne, boils, chicken pox, eczema, and psoriasis.
How to prepare and make burdock juice:
the burdock roots and cut them into tiny pieces, then add 1 oz. into a blender or as much as you like and half pint of natural spring water or more depending on the amount of burdock root in your blender. Use a strainer to separate the pulp from the juice, then you can save the juice in your refrigerator. Drink 3-4 cups daily, burdock is used as a kidney cleanser to help clear the blood of harmful acids. You can also use the root as a tea and save for drinking throughout the week.