The weather outside is bone-chilling, and it’s easier for me to catch the flu. With the cold air nipping at my nose, I’ve decided to boost my immune system. Naturally, my go-to solution is to load up on juices that pack a powerful punch of vitamin C.
Sure, citrus juices like Blood Orange Juice and Lemonade may come to mind, but the true sovereign of high vitamin C content is none other than Guava Juice drink.
The drink doesn’t only have a tantalizing taste and invigorating smell but also contains a powerhouse of benefits. Loaded with vitamin C, it’s my secret weapon against the flu and those pesky winter colds. Rich in antioxidants, Guava Juice drink aids in cell repair and promotes overall skin health.
So, here’s how to make Guava Fruit Juice:
Guava Juice Recipe
- 4 ripe guavas
- 2 cup Water for blending
- Ice cubes optional
- Wash the guavas thoroughly under running water. Cut them into quarters, removing the seeds and the hard ends.
- In a blender, combine the guava quarters with enough water to cover them. Blend until you achieve a smooth consistency.
- To ensure a smooth juice without pulp, strain the blended mixture using a fine mesh sieve or cheesecloth. Press down on the solids to extract as much juice as possible.
- Transfer the freshly squeezed guava juice into a pitcher. Add ice cubes directly to the pitcher or individual glasses.
- Pour the guava juice into glasses and garnish with a slice of fresh guava for an extra touch.
Besides this basic Guava Juice Drink, you can try its other variations by adjusting the ingredients:
- Guava Nectar Juice: 4 ripe guavas, 1 cup water, and 1-2 tablespoons honey or agave syrup
- Guava Pineapple Juice: 4 ripe guavas, 1 cup fresh pineapple chunks, and water
- Guava Mango Juice: 4 ripe guavas, 2 ripe mangoes, and water
- Guava Passion Fruit Juice: 1 passion fruit, 4 ripe guavas, and water
- Passion Orange Guava Juice Drink: 1 large orange, 1 passion fruit, 2 ripe guavas, and water
- Strawberry Guava Juice Drink: 1 cup fresh strawberries, 4 ripe guavas, and water