This is the juice to make when you have severe insomnia (like I do) but can't catch up with your sleep because you have a lot to study for AND a speech to rehearse (like I do) and are developing a headache or migraine (like I am - NO! WAS!). I find that with this juice, which I'm drinking right now, the carotenoids...

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Throw it all in your juicer. Commence with basking in the wonderful benefits. Heck yes!

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By weeping_willow

This is the juice to make when you have severe insomnia (like I do) but can't catch up with your sleep because you have a lot to study for AND a speech to rehearse (like I do) and are developing a headache or migraine (like I am - NO! WAS!).

I find that with this juice, which I'm drinking right now, the carotenoids are easily absorbed for a great enzyme boost, so there's some nice energy there, and the ginger is keeping those nasty prostaglandins at bay, helping to cure my headache! I'M READY FOR THE DAY!

Down with over-the-counter mumbo jumbo they all call medicine! Nature is the way! Right on!

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Ginger is my favorite spice all together! I like to gnaw on the rhizome by itself, just hold it on my tongue! Haha. Ginger TOTALLY goes with strawberries. I like to sprinkle it on my fruit :)

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Hey, cool to see you so enthusiastic, and glad it helped your headache!

It sounds tasty. I'm a big fan of ginger (or was, before I lost the ability to eat by mouth!) and one of my favorite things to do was have a strawberry shake in the morning with some fresh ginger. You wouldn't think the two go together, but they do, and it's absolutely fantastic!

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