Green juice, orange juice and carrot apple juice are examples of Gerson therapy juice recipes. Consume green juice immediately after making it to avoid oxidation. Avoid storing carrot apple juice for more than three hours.
Carrot apple juice calls for an equal quantity of apples and carrots ranging from 8 ounces and 12 ounces. Tart apples are preferable for this recipe. Use unpeeled, washed apples. Also, use unpeeled, slightly brushed carrots. Alternate carrots and apples while juicing.
Green juice calls for 1 or 2 escarole leaves, 3 or 4 red-leaf lettuce leaves, 3 or 4 green-leaf lettuce leaves, 1 or 2 endive leaves, and 2 or 3 romaine leaves. Add 6 leaves of watercress, 2 or 3 leaves of red cabbage, 2 or 3 beet tops, 1/4 of a small green pepper, and 1 to 3 leaves of Swiss chard. Complete the mix with 1 to 3 leaves of red chard and 1 medium green apple. Wash all the ingredients thoroughly, and put them in a spinner to drain excess water. Cut off the stem bottoms, and juice all the ingredients.
Orange juice calls for fresh organic oranges. Alternatively, use other citrus fruits such as grapefruits. Use a reamer juicer made of glass to squeeze out the juice.