Carrot Ginger Citrus Turmeric Juice

March 25, 2020
Shanika | Orchids + Sweet Tea
Carrot Ginger Turmeric Juice with fresh carrots, ginger, orange, lemons, turmeric and black pepper is naturally sweetened, easy to make, plant-based, and full of immune-boosting nutrients.

Carrot Ginger Citrus Turmeric Juice

I love making my own juices once in a while, especially extremely powerful ones like this Carrot Ginger Citrus Turmeric Juice. Thanks to turmeric, ginger, and black pepper, this fresh carrot juice is jam-packed with superfood powers. 

Small glasses of Carrot Ginger Citrus Turmeric Juice.

I'm a big believer in our bodies needing a nice boost or rest from time to time and this Carrot Ginger Citrus Turmeric Juice is a great healthy drink option for the entire family. If you're an avid juice maker, then I recommend trying this Cleansing Sugar Detox Juice and Homemade Blood Orange Juice also!

And when that time comes for me, maybe after a big holiday or a rich series of meal, this sunny drink is exactly what I'm craving. The combination of carrots + ginger + oranges + lemons + turmeric is AMAZING, ya'll. Trust me!

Fresh ginger and oranges on a marble countertop.

Health Benefits of Carrot, Turmeric Ginger Juice

Together, the ingredients in this homemade juice have some amazing health benefits, including:

  • Powerful plant-based antioxidants that fight disease-causing free radicals in the body
  • An immense system boost from vitamin C
  • Stimulating your metabolism for faster digestion and a healthy gut
  • Can treat nausea and indigestion
  • Improves cognitive function and memory
  • Helps hydrate and clear up skin

The Best Natural Remedies to Fight Allergies

If you're sipping fresh juices like this to ease your allergy symptoms, you're in the right place. I've compiled the best Natural Remedies for Fighting Allergies.  These remedies will give you part or full relief during allergy season.

If you’ve ever had to suffer through uncomfortable allergy symptoms (or had a loved one who has), then you’ll know just how dire it is to get a boost in your body’s response to fighting such miserable symptoms away.

I've also compiled 10 Naturally Effective Ways to Fight a Cold/Flu if you're feeling under the weather. 

Carrot Ginger Citrus Turmeric Juice in a glass with fresh ginger root.

How to Make Fresh Carrot Ginger Turmeric Juice

Now that you know how good this refreshing juice is for you, let's get to making it! 


This simple recipe has only plant-based, fresh ingredients:

  • Ginger root. Peeling ginger is easy! You can even do it with a teaspoon. The peel is thin and soft, it scrapes right off. 
  • Carrots. Peel your carrots before juicing them to remove the bitter-tasting skin. 
  • Orange. You can use any kind of orange you like. I love the taste of navel oranges in my fresh-pressed juice. 
  • Grapefruit. This adds extra vitamin Can a nice bitter flavor note. 
  • Lemon. Lemon juice is hydrating and full of good-for-you compounds. 
  • Agave. You can swap agave for maple syrup or honey if you like. Of course, honey will make the drink no longer vegan. feel free to use more or less sweetener depending on your preferences. 
  • Turmeric. Powdered turmeric is highly concentrated and backed with anti-inflammatory compounds.
  • Black pepper. This is the secret ingredient to get the most bang for your buck. The healthy compounds in turmeric are better absorbed when you eat them with black pepper!

Tip: Store ginger in the freezer for months of freshness! Let it defrost for 10 minutes on the counter before using it for juices or other recipes. 

Carrot Ginger Citrus Turmeric Juice in a glass with fresh ginger root and orange slices.

Health Benefits of Carrot Juice

Did you know that carrots are super beneficial? They are great sources of beta-carotene, fiber, vitamin-K, potassium, and antioxidants.

Studies also suggest that consuming carrots regularly may help reduce cholesterol. Plus, the stories are true, they also help improve eye health! That's thanks to all of the beta-carotene in the bright orange veggies. 

Carrots also help to lower blood sugar levels thanks to plant fiber. This also feeds the good bacteria in your gut, which aides better digestion and is tied to a healthy immune system.

Why Add Turmeric to Juice?

Believe me, adding turmeric to this drink doesn’t change a thing in terms of compromising its taste. In fact, the slightly earthy flavor of this vibrant spice is delicious!

Turmeric has a compound called curcumin, which is a powerful source of anti-inflammatory antioxidents. However, the best way that our bodies can absorb all of these benefits is when we consume turmeric with black pepper. The compound in black pepper piperine is what helps us absorb curcumin, You can't taste the pepper much in this drink, but you get all of the health benefits. 

In addition, piperine on its own can help relieve nausea and headaches and improve digestion.

Carrot Ginger Citrus Turmeric Juice in a glass with fresh ginger root and lemon slices.


 I like to add a bit of natural sweetener to my juice. Agave is a great option because it's vegan and low glycemic so it won't cause a blood sugar spike (and crash). However, you can try any healthy sweetener substitutions you like. 

In fact, this post about The Best Healthy Sugar Alternatives + Substitutes is a great place to start! For example, you can use a ripe banana to sweeten your carrot ginger juice. This is one of my favorite sweeteners to use because of its health benefits and the fact that once it’s really ripened—no sugar is needed.

Fresh orange slices and ginger root on a marble background.


  • It’s super easy to make.
  • Not too sweet, with a perfect hint of spice.
  • All vegan ingredients, gluten-free and NATURALLY sweetened.
  • All you need is a blender.
  • Immune Boosting along with other great benefits.

Can I Make Juice in a Blender?

Yes! There's no need to buy a fancy juicer to make this refreshing and healthy drink! I make my fresh juices right in my high-speed blender. If you like a smoother texture, simply strain the mixture after blending. Or, if you like the texture, you can leave the pulp in the juice and sip away. 

Carrot Ginger Citrus Turmeric Juice in a glass with fresh ginger root and orange slices.



Yes, I know. I wasn’t aware of this either, however, lemon and ginger combined do wonders to our brains. Overall, they are great at soothing specific nerves and improving our mood.

As a result, it allows us to think more clearly, and the antioxidant properties eliminate oxidative stress and help to lower our chances of Alzheimer's and dementia.


When it comes to antioxidants and certain vitamins, we know that this obviously helps with skincare.

However, when it comes to lemon and ginger combined, specifically, you are able to drink them together to improve your skin health or apply them topically to your irritated skin for healing.

Also, because of their antibacterial and antiviral properties, you can use both ingredients to prevent any infection of the skin.


While each ingredient has been used individually to help your overall hair health, combining them actually boosts your vitamin A and C, which helps to promote hair growth.

They both also help to reduce dry skin and dandruff naturally, so this is a great alternative to using specific products that may be overall harmful and not entirely natural.


When it comes to ginger specifically, which has its anti-inflammatory properties, it can also act as a pain reliever and helps your body recover from body pain, menstrual cramps, surgeries, and other illnesses.

So the next time you find yourself contemplating on whether to take another pain killer, try using ginger (tea specifically) as a natural home remedy.


Ginger specifically has been linked to keeping your blood sugar levels at bay, which is good for anyone who suffers from diabetes.

However, research shows that lemon also plays a great role in helping to control Diabetes as well. The soluble fiber and Vitamin C in lemon help to reduce your blood sugar levels, as well as blood pressure and cholesterol.

More Superfood Recipes

This 5-Ingredient Turmeric ‘Wake Up’ Smoothie recipe is a delicious and simple way to enjoy a quick, easy breakfast while gaining awesome health benefits from the turmeric, flaxseeds, and peaches. Boasting a hint of sweetness and spice, his smoothie is the perfect meal option for the entire family. Ready in 1, 2, 3!

Pineapple Ginger Turmeric Lemonade is another refreshing and healthy homemade drink recipe with powerful health benefits thanks to ginger and lemon, the powerhouse duo. 

Vegan Chai Tea Latte with Turmeric is a warmer and comforting turmeric recipe for chillier weather. 


If you choose to make this Carrot Ginger Citrus Turmeric Juice or any other recipe from us, be sure to tag us on Instagram at #Orchidsandsweettea so that we can share the love, rate, comment below, + share!

Small glasses of Carrot Ginger Citrus Turmeric Juice.

Carrot Ginger Citrus Turmeric Juice

March 25, 2020
4.47 from 13 votes
When it comes to this Carrot Ginger Citrus Turmeric Juice, the immune boosting properties are great. Made from fresh carrots, ginger roots, orange, lemons, along with the powerful combination of turmeric + black pepper (for better absorption of curcumin), this recipe is perfect for any day or season.
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes
Serves: 4 servings



  • 5 cups water
  • 2 cups peeled + chopped ginger root
  • 2 carrots, peeled + chopped
  • 1 medium navel orange, peeled + chopped
  • 1 medium grapefruit, peeled + chopped
  • 1 freshly-squeezed lemon
  • ½ cup Agave syrup (See Notes!)
  • 2 tsps turmeric powder
  • ½ teaspoon black pepper



  • Add all ingredients into a high-powered blender and blend on high speed until smooth and almost slightly 'foamy', about 2-3 minutes.
  • Add in the sweetener (Agave) and blend for another 30 seconds.
  • Once done, slowly pour + strain juice into a pitcher, squeezing the pulp against the strainer to ensure that all juices are extracted. NOTE: If preferred, you can skip this step and leave pulp in.
  • To serve—add juice to prepared glass(es) and garnish, if desired. NOTE: If preferred, you can let the juice chill in the refrigerator for 1-2 hours before serving as well.
  • Sip and enjoy!

Tips & Tricks

  • STORAGE:Leftovers can be stored tightly sealed in a pitcher with plastic wrap over it or in a sealed mason jar in the refrigerator for up to 2 days. Be sure to stir before serving.
  • ADDITIONAL BOOST:To add a boost to make this drink more powerful, you can add cayenne pepper, or apple cider vinegar to the mix (1 teaspoon of either)!
  • SWEETNESS: Add more maple syrup (if you choose this option) or Agave for more sweetness if needed, 1 tablespoon at a time.
  • TURMERIC: For health benefits of using turmeric, see 'highlights' within post.


Calories: 192kcal | Carbohydrates: 47g | Protein: 2g | Fat: 1g | Saturated Fat: 0.2g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 0.2g | Monounsaturated Fat: 0.1g | Sodium: 44mg | Potassium: 508mg | Fiber: 5g | Sugar: 29g | Vitamin A: 5925IU | Vitamin C: 64mg | Calcium: 66mg | Iron: 1mg


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  1. I love this. Carrot and ginger is such a great and classic combo, so it's not a surprise it tastes lovely as a drink too. Extra bonus points for the immune boosting properties.

  2. Perfect drink and perfect timing for the right reason. Love the combination and benefits to this healthy drink.

  3. This is such a great recipe. We love carrot and ginger soup and this is the drinkable version of that! So good!

  4. Give me all the immune boosting recipes right now! Such a great recipe to have on hand while my family practicing some social distancing!