Woman’s Wellness Juice – to love yourself beautiful

This recipe is all about helping to nurture ourselves as women amidst the unique sensitivities and challenges we have to deal with. I just want to say to other women that I honour and celebrate your beingness.

This juice is ESPECIALLY for you…

Because I love you by Trinity

This juice is an awesome women’s ‘pick-me-up’. I love the way that it seems to soothe and nurture my system at the same time as helping to motivate and propel me forwards for the day.

It works particularly well on an empty stomach, first thing in the morning. That means that your body is clear and free to make the most of the rapid infusion of helpful nutrients to get you off to the best possible start. It’s excellent at helping to alleviate PMS or the Menopause, as well as general stress and anxiety.

Womens Juice by Trinity Bourne


What’s in this special juice and why?

Beetroot is full of nutrients that help to nourish women during the sacred feminine cycle and beyond. It helps to lower blood pressure during times of stress, whilst also increasing the ability for physical endurance. It’s an excellent liver detoxification aid, which can help to keep the female body clearer whilst encouraging the other systems to function well. Check out this article for more on beetroot: The Health Benefits of Beetroot.

Kale is a highly nutritious food, well known for supporting both male and female health. It contains 16% more calcium than cows milk and is a rich source of vitamin C, K & E. It helps the cardiovascular system and with its anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant properties, is an all round excellent tonic.

Lemons are one of the most alkaline foods out there. They can help you to re-balance your PH levels to encourage proper functioning of the systems within your body. They have a long list of health benefits that will help you to feel cleaner and fresher to radiate your beautiful feminine energy.

Fresh Ginger is a powerful warming spice that is well known for easing nausea and motion sickness. This can be really helpful if you feel off kilter or unbalanced in any way. It’s ability to stimulate the circulation system can help kick start you if you are feeling sluggish. It has an exceptional anti-oxidant content, it’s an effective digestive aid and a powerful anti-inflammatory. It’s a bit of a must for all round woman’s wellness on so many levels. For more info on ginger check out my article here: 10 Reasons Why Ginger Is Good For Us With Recipes.

Apples have been shown to avert all kinds of disease and illness. So even though it’s easy to pass them by on the superfood front, it’s important to know that studies clearly show they prevent cataracts, improve liver function, boost the immune system, protect against Alzheimers, help avert Parkinson’s disease. They are a good all rounder and perfect juice ingredient.

Woman's Wellness Juice

Woman's Wellness Juice

Yield: 1 glass
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes
A delicious, fresh, woman's wellness juice to nurture and support your world in a female body.


  • 1 large beetroot
  • 1 large carrot
  • 2 medium apples
  • 2 large kale leaves
  • 1 medium lemon
  • Small chunk of fresh ginger


  1. Peel and discard the peel off the lemon.
  2. Chop the lemon into quarters.
  3. Chop all the ingredients ready to go through your juicer.
  4. Push through your juicer, being sure to alternate the harder items with your softer ones (this can help the juicing process).
  5. I find that pushing the lemon through last helps to clean the other veggies/fruits off the auger (the spiral looking thing). So, if you have a geared juicer, put the lemon through last.


  1. Aarika August 27, 2015 at 11:20 pm - Reply

    This is a beautiful recipe for soothing and nurturing ourselves, the one person we sometimes forget to love. =) I love the combination of beetroot, kale, apple, carrot, lemon, and ginger – perfect for detoxifying and healing immunity. Thanks for sharing your wonderful inspiring and healing energy and recipes with the online community. You are appreciated!

  2. Audrey @ Unconventional Baker August 30, 2015 at 4:45 am - Reply

    Trinity, this recipe is so beautiful. I mentioned it on facebook, but really, I have to say it again — it’s so radiant that just looking at it makes me happy. I’m making it ASAP 🙂 Thank you for the inspiration!

    • Audrey @ Unconventional Baker August 31, 2015 at 7:23 pm - Reply

      Ok, well, that was quick — made it this morning and it was absolutely DELICIOUS. Thank you so much for the vibrant and refreshing recipe, Trinity — it was just what I needed today!

  3. Linda @ Veganosity December 7, 2015 at 4:53 pm - Reply

    Beautiful color and wonderful ingredients. Thanks for the fantastic recipe, Trinity.

  4. Jenn December 7, 2015 at 4:59 pm - Reply

    Gorgeous color!! I think I will be making this in a few minutes. I have all of the ingredients and I am in need of some nurturing this morning! 🙂

  5. Italia Caruso December 7, 2015 at 9:42 pm - Reply

    I must try it!

  6. The Vegan 8 December 8, 2015 at 7:05 am - Reply

    Wow, Trinity, what a beautiful and simple drink. I absolutely love that you added apples (my favorite fruit!) and ginger, lemon and kale….the fresh ginger excites me. I’m a huge ginger fan, so I can only imagine how wonderful this tastes. You write so beautifully!

  7. Mary October 1, 2016 at 12:33 pm - Reply

    I’m allergic to citrus…is there something you recommend in place of the lemon?

    • Hi Mary,
      If I couldn’t eat citrus, I would just leave it out. It does add a nice balance to the juice, although it would work well without it too.
      Thanks for dropping by 🙂

  8. Michelle neale October 16, 2016 at 7:26 am - Reply

    I love juicing, this has everything thing I love .. can’t wait to make it
    P.S my daughter is also a Trinity !!! Beautiful name xx

  9. Mary July 17, 2018 at 5:36 am - Reply

    Hi, I’ve been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes and is like to try the woman’s juice, im just a little uneasy about the natural sugars, will any of this spike my blood sugars? Thanks

    • I honestly am not sure – I know that juice will concentrate the sugars in the veggies that are naturally high in them. It might be best to stick with foods on your safe list.

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