The Mantra cold-pressed juice is made with carrots, oranges, ginger, turmeric, cayenne pepper, and black pepper– we source our ingredients locally and the final juice is raw and unpasteurized, this also means that we do not use the HPP (high pressure pasteurization) method.
4 carrots per bottle
Carrots are a natural blast of high energy. Carrot juice in the morning will give you a competitive edge over coffee drinkers. Like all root vegetables, they are packed with minerals. Carrots are rich in organic calcium that is invaluable to bones and teeth. They are an excellent source of vitamin C, including most of the B complex, iron, potassium, phosphorus, and sodium. Carrots are easy to digest and cause the liver to release bile and excessive accumulated cholesterol. They also have an alkalizing effect on the blood, soothing the entire nervous system and toning intestinal walls. Carrot juice is considered the golden juice of healing, by helping in cleansing the liver. The beta-carotene present in the skin is a natural protector for the common skin cancer, melanoma.
1 orange per bottle
Did you know, that one medium sized orange contains 93% of your daily Vitamin C?! These immune supporting fruits are also packed with many other phyto-nutrients, benefiting the circulatory and digestive systems.
1 ounce of fresh, cold-pressed ginger juice per bottle
Ginger is anti-inflammatory, which allows your body to protect itself from heart disease, cancer, arthritis, and Alzheimer’s. Ginger also reduces cholesterol, nausea and the risk of blood clots. Ginger also helps aide in digestion and circulation.
8 grams of fresh turmeric root per bottle
Turmeric is a root similar looking to ginger. It is a powerful natural medicine that has long been used in the Chinese and Indian systems of medicine as an anti-inflammatory agent to treat a wide variety of conditions, including flatulence, jaundice, menstrual difficulties, hemorrhage, toothache, bruises, chest pain, and colic.
just a pinch of cayenne pepper per bottle
Cayenne Pepper has been shown to reduce cholesterol and is an amazing source of vitamin A. The heat you feel when you consume cayenne is called capsaicin which stimulates the body’s circulation system; renewing the digestive tract and aiding in digestion.
Rich in manganese and vitamin K, black pepper is a spice possessing an assortment of beneficial qualities ranging from being a natural antibacterial, to supporting skin health, and also aiding in fighting respiratory congestion. It’s most notable functions however, is its ability to help maintain proper digestion by stimulating the secretion of hydrochloric acid and increasing the bioavailability of many different nutrients in foods. Of those nutrients includes curcumin, the active chemical compound found in turmeric which yields antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. When in conjunction with black pepper, the availability of curcumin to be absorbed into the body can increase up to a whopping 2000%!