Concentrated ginger, rosehip, lemon and mint juice in ice packs

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Preparation time30 min
Waiting time2 hours
Ready in2 h 30 m

Energizing tonic, immuno-protective, ideal for athletes

An easy way to consume throughout the year a drink that is both refreshing and with countless benefits for the body: tonic effect, immuno-protective, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antiviral, analgesic, diaphoretic, carminative and last but not least, a powerful antioxidant. This concentrated juice of ginger, rose hips, lemon and mint fights fatigue, strengthens the immune system, prevents colds and flu, prevents cardiovascular diseases, supports the digestive system, helps fight inflammation and rheumatic diseases, helps regulate blood sugar levels , supports the nervous system, protects the liver, reduces the risk of kidney stones and reduces nausea.


I got 3.5 bags of juice ice cubes, that's 84 frozen juice cubes



Estimated cost: 10.0


  • - bags of ice cubes
  • - vegetable-fruit juicer with screw shaft with low revolutions (40-60 rpm)


  • Concentrated ginger, rosehip, lemon and mint juice in ice packs - Preparation step 1Prepare the ingredients, wash ginger, rose hips and lemons well under running water. Mint leaves, likewise, rinse under a weak stream of water. After washing, let it spin to remove excess water.
    Well-ripened rose hips are preferred, which are fleshier, a little soft, and not dry or very hard.
  • Concentrated ginger, rosehip, lemon and mint juice in ice packs - Preparation step 2Remove the seeds from the rose hips.
    The rose hips are cut in two with a knife, and with the help of a spoon, more precisely using its tail, the seeds are removed.
    The cleaned halves will be placed in a container of water for a few minutes (3-5 minutes), this way we make sure that we got rid of any remaining seeds or those perishables that can be irritating to some people. Then the water is thrown away. This sub-step is not necessarily mandatory.
  • Concentrated ginger, rosehip, lemon and mint juice in ice packs - Preparation step 3Peel the ginger from the peel. If it is ginger from BIO sources, it can be used with the peel, washed well beforehand.
  • Concentrated ginger, rosehip, lemon and mint juice in ice packs - Preparation step 4Peel the lemons and then cut them into 4. They also have the role of decongesting the fruit-vegetable juicer.
  • Concentrated ginger, rosehip, lemon and mint juice in ice packs - Preparation step 5We start squeezing the ingredients with the help of a vegetable-fruit juicer with a screw shaft, preferably with low revolutions (40-60 rpm) in order not to heat the ingredients.
    Ginger being a woody ingredient, quite hard for the vegetable-fruit juicer, it will be cut into slices, to make juicing easier.
    The ginger, rose hips, lemons and mint leaves will be given at the same time, thus we make the squeezing easier and ensure a good homogenization already during the squeezing.
  • Concentrated ginger, rosehip, lemon and mint juice in ice packs - Preparation step 6When we finish squeezing, we vigorously stir the obtained juice with a non-metallic spoon and then we will pour the juice into ice cube bags.
    To make it easier to fill the ice cube bags I used a mini-funnel. I tied the ends of the ice packs to make sure it wouldn't leak.
  • Concentrated ginger, rosehip, lemon and mint juice in ice packs - Preparation step 7In the last step, we will put the bags of ice cubes in the freezer. These will freeze in ~2 hours.
  • Concentrated ginger, rosehip, lemon and mint juice in ice packs - Preparation step 8⚠ The pulp resulting from squeezing will not be thrown away. It can be dried and used to make delicious teas with an immuno-tonic effect, especially in winter.


→ Freezing in ice packs is the best way to consume this juice for long periods of time. In addition, during the summer we always have a refreshing and tonic drink at hand.

→ It is also an ideal drink for athletes, I drink it as an intra-workout during training, being at the same time a good fat burner.

→ I will use the resulting pulp for teas, I basically leave it to dry on flat surfaces and turn it periodically for 3-4 days, then store it in paper bags or boxes. I recently purchased a dehydrator and the drying process is much more optimal, somewhere around 6-8 hours at 40-50 ºC. I confess that the tea from this pulp is exceptional...

Storage and validity:
→ It will be stored in ice cube bags, only in the freezer.
→ Effectively break a cube at a time, as much as is consumed, and immediately put the rest in the freezer.
→ Validity is 12 months from the date of freezing!


→ It will be consumed dissolved in water or other hot drinks or at room temperature.
→ We recommend 1 frozen juice cube dissolved in 250 ml - 1 liter of water.
→ If it is dissolved in a larger amount of water, the drink will be consumed within a few hours.
→ It is recommended to consume 30 minutes before or after meals. If you have digestive problems, with the stomach, irritable colon, ... it will be consumed 30 minutes after meals (only with the doctor's approval).
The recommended dose is a maximum of 3 frozen juice cubes per day.
→ It is ideal for athletes as an intra-workout, being tonic, energizing and helping to burn fat: 1 frozen juice cube per 1 liter of plain water consumed during training. If you like, you can also add a teaspoon of honey.
After each month of administration, a break of at least 2 weeks is recommended.
→ For children under 12, this juice is not recommended.

Effects and benefits


  • tonic, energizing;
  • immuno-stimulator;
  • vitaminizing / mineralizing;
  • antioxidant;
  • anti-inflammatory;
  • antibacterial / antiviral;
  • anti-anemic;
  • natural analgesic;
  • diaphoretic (increases sweating);
  • carminative (property to expel gases from the intestine);
  • spasmolytic;
  • antidiabetic;
  • astringent;
  • antidiarrheal;
  • diuretic;
  • slightly laxative;

Tonic / immunostimulant:

  • increases athletes' endurance (resistance to physical effort);
  • strengthens the immune system;
  • prevents cold and flu;
  • good in states of fatigue;

Prevents cardiovascular diseases:

  • regulates blood pressure, good for hypertension;
  • reduces bad cholesterol (LDL);
  • strengthens the walls of veins and capillaries;
  • cleans the blood vessels;
  • anti-thrombosis: against the formation of blood clots;
  • regulator of blood circulation, vaso-dilators;
  • helps to rebalance blood pH;

Supports the digestive system:

  • improves/stimulates digestion;
  • accelerates metabolism;
  • helps burn fat, good for obesity;
  • increases appetite;
  • detoxifies the body;

Good at fighting inflammation and rheumatic diseases:

  • natural anti-inflammatory;
  • recommended in joint diseases;
  • recommended for muscle pain;


  • blood detoxifier;
  • helps regulate blood sugar levels;
  • liver drainer and tonic;
  • helps the secretion of collagen (rose hips);
  • helps the nervous system;
  • reduces nausea;
  • prevents oral infections;
  • decreases the risk of kidney stones;

Side effects

- excessive consumption can lead to stomach cramps, diarrhea.


  • pregnant or breastfeeding women must ask for the doctor's consent;
  • it is not recommended for people who take medicines for diabetes, hypertension or blood thinners (aspirin, ibuprofen), who suffer from gallstones, heart disease;
  • contraindicated for people suffering from irritable bowel syndrome.


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