What Are the Best Turmeric Juice Recipes? – Turmeric, Pineapple, Carrot and Ginger

I can’t get enough of turmeric and I can’t get enough of freshly squeezed juices. Turmeric juice recipes are some of my absolute favourites! What are the best turmeric juice recipes? Well for me at least one really stands out. It is a damn hard choice but I keep coming back to this one. Turmeric, Pineapple, Carrot and Ginger! Ok, I know, I have lots of favourites but this one has so many benefits.

The Best Turmeric Juice Recipes and Benefits

The best turmeric juice recipes have wonderful benefits. Let me just give you one benefit from each ingredient, and trust me there are many more, but with just one from each you would be mad not to have one of these nutritious juices every day!

One Benefit of Turmericturmeric juice recipes

Turmeric has anti cancer properties. It is a natural anti inflammatory. Inflammation causes 90% of disease. Extensive research over the last 50 years has indicated both Curcumin (the active ingredient in turmeric) and turmeric can both prevent and treat cancer.

Of course there are loads more benefits but you get the drift.

One Benefit of Pineappleturmeric juice recipes

The core of the pineapple contains an enzyme called bromelain. Bromelain is an amazing anti inflammatory and anti swelling agent. So for any injuries and inflammation, bromelain is your go to enzyme! Also aids digestion and helps kill cancer cells. Oh yea it was only supposed to be one benefit. Oh well.

Once again there are loads more benefits and your body will love them.

The humble pineapple is a major medicine that not many people know about. I will cover more on this super food in an upcoming article.

One Benefit of Carrotsturmeric juice recipes

Carrots contain beta carotene. Beta carotene helps prevent macular degeneration of your eyes. There is no cure for this disease but eating lots of carrots can help prevent it becoming an issue for you. Carrots also make your skin smoother and… I know, only one benefit each.

But again carrots are a superfood and they make the best juices! Apple and carrot a favourite.

One Benefit of Gingerturmeric juice recipes

Another anti inflammatory, ginger contains gingerol, the main bioactive compound. Ginger treats nausea and morning sickness and helps relieve sore and aching muscles and inflammation.

As you can see it’s very hard to list only one benefit of each ingredient. Suffice to say this juice recipe below is – anti inflammatory, anti cancer, great for your eyes, helps your skin, treats digestion, nausea, morning sickness and is anti swelling. Not bad huh? I truly love this juice and even with one benefit from each it is still one of the healthiest juices you can have. (to check out a video on the best turmeric supplements click here)

Oh and yes this is one of many juices I used to heal prostate cancer.

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The Best Turmeric Juice Recipes

turmeric juice recipes
Turmeric, pineapple carrot, and ginger juice.

Ingredients –

1 small pineapple

3 inches of turmeric root

3 inches of ginger root

10 medium sized carrots

Pinch of black pepper

Spoon full of coconut oil or olive oil.

Preferably all ingredients organic – or make sure you wash them in Apple Cider Vinegar

Putting it together –

Juice the pineapple, carrots, ginger and turmeric

(You can use turmeric powder or the Pura Thrive Organic Turmeric Extract)

Add the black pepper and oil to a blender, maybe a Vitamix or Nutri bullet (This is my preferred way to mix in the pepper and oil)

Add the juice to the blender. Blend for around 5 to 10 seconds.

Pour and add a garnish and I like to drink it through a straw. Enjoy the amazing health and healing!

Get this juice into your cells!

If you are unable to source turmeric in your area then please check out Turmeric Plus  that works just as well as the root and powder.

I hope you enjoyed this article on the best turmeric juice recipes! Let me know if you tried the juice in the comments below. And please share this link with your friends who will benefit from the information!

Keep pushing and grinding for health, Kev

33 thoughts on “What Are the Best Turmeric Juice Recipes? – Turmeric, Pineapple, Carrot and Ginger”

    • No Jann you can just eat it raw or put it in your smoothie. Very good food for you for sure 🙂

  1. I do smoothies with ginger and Tumeric. I grind them fresh and put them in. I don’t want to waste anything juicing them. Am I still getting the same benefit?

    • Hi Elise,

      Do you add a pinch of crushed black peppercorns? They help the turmeric to absorb into the blood. No you are doing it well but definitely need the black peppercorns. Hope this helps. Let me know how you go 🙂


      • I don’t use peppercorns. I use a sprinkling of black pepper and coconut oil, of course. Is that ok and am I getting the same absorption? Do you lose a lot by juicing the Tumeric versus grinding it fresh on one of those little plates?

        • Hi Elise,

          Black pepper is black peppercorns so all good with that. No juicing it is fine. That way you can add the pepper and oil. Bottom line is that curcumin is the active ingredient in the turmeric which does all the healing so as long as you are getting it somehow its all very good. Keep doing what you are doing and you will feel the benefits 🙂


          • My husband does our juice everyday per glass: two large carrots, two large leaves of kale, 1/4 of a cucumber, a half of a broccoli stalk, a half inch slice of beet, one whole apple, a half inch slice of pineapple, and one large stalk of celery, all organic. Then to mine, I add, 2 tablespoons of Chia seeds, 1”-1 1/2” each of the organic Tumerick and ginger that I grind, a teaspoon of bee pollen, a tbsp. of raw honey, 2 tbsp. of Braggs organic apple cider vinegar, and then a tsp.- tbsp. of coconut oil, a sprinkling of pepper, 20-25 drops of GSE( grapefruit seed extract, a scoop of organic green mixture, and a packet of Emergenc-C, and a tablespoon of fresh grated lemon,( I freeze the organic whole lemon and then grate everything. The skin, rind and pulp altogether) I then blend this all in a nutri bullet.

            So my question is, sometimes I make smoothies instead of him juicing. In my smoothie I add all “my extra ingredients” that I told you above that I add to my juice. So included in my smoothie, I do a cup and a half of organic almond milk, a good heaping handful of baby kale, a heaping handful of spinach leaves, 3-4 broccoli crowns, a small handful of almonds, a full handful + of blueberries, and a cup or more of strawberries, or mixed berries, plus a 1/2 of a frozen banana. Everything organic!

            Am I getting the same benefits of doing the juice my husband makes with all my additions versus the smoothie that I make. Are both equally as good healthwise and preventative ?

    • Hi Laurel,

      Yes have heard of it, never had it though. Will definitely look it up now though for sure. The turmeric with pineapple carrot and ginger is seriously delicious but more importantly healthy 🙂 Thanks Laurel,


  2. Hey Kevin,
    I do fresh smoothies in the summer which is very refreshing but havent done the juicing before. I would be interested in trying Turmeric, and also trying out the recipe! I have been feeling nausea lately due to Anxiety and I think that the Ginger would def help with that. Thank for the tips!

    • Hi Krista,

      Yes its a great mix in this one and the ginger will definitely help your nausea. Let me know how it goes 🙂


  3. Hey Kevin, cracking recipe mate! I’ve just bought a new juice blender and will definitely give this a try! It’s not a Nutri-Bullet but it still cost me 200RM, about 80AUD if I’m not mistaken! I’ve tried it already and it’s pretty good. I’m a huge lover of all the ingredients in this recipe. Very interesting to read about carrots preventing eye degeneration and here was me thinking that was a myth! My Mum used to tell me carrots can make you see in the dark! Bit of an old wives tale but you can see where they are coming from (sorry for the pun). I have a spice jar of turmeric at home, is this the same as turmeric root? Can I use this in the recipe?

    • Hi Craig,

      Thanks for your comments buddy. Great you have a blender, I hope you get a juicer too. Yes your spice jar will be the powder which is fine to use. Just add black pepper and oil to a juice when you use it.

      Best wishes man,


  4. That sounds like a great recipe with wonderful health benefits. I especially appreciate the anti-inflammatory properties. I’ll be sharing this around for sure. Thanks for the great info!

    • Hi Whitney, thanks for calling by. It is a great recipe that is full of healing and health,

      Best wishes,


  5. Hey Kevin, this sounds really delicious! And getting to enjoy all those health benefits is a great bonus! I’m actually a little surprised that more people don’t juice already considering how simple and easy it can be.

    I noticed a common theme with this particular one: anti-inflammatory! That’s a huge plus, considering how much of our daily food causes inflammation and problems for our bodies – especially the stuff you get at fast rood restaurants.

    Would you say that eating properly is the best way to keep your body healthy?

    • Hey Nick!

      Thanks for the comments. Yes definitely the saying ‘you are what you eat’ is so true. If you are eating lots of rubbish then your body will act like rotting garbage and disease is inevitable.
      Yes more people should juice and that is my mission to spread the word. Inflammation is what causes 90% of disease so juicing with the likes of turmeric and ginger is a must.

      Best wishes,


  6. Hi Kev, enjoying your site. Very informative. I’m a true believer in healing yourself. If you eat healthy and exercise and keep your mind/spirit clear of negativity and stress, that will fuel your body and your cells will be healthy and attack and destroy anything including cancer from harming us. Our body was originally created to heal itself and live forever.
    Tumeric/curcumin is one of the most powerful nutrients we can use to stay healthy. It attacks inflammations in our cells including cancer, heart disease, diabetes, arthritis and so many more. When the inflammation was under control, you were able to urinate normally. There is over 50% of men over 40 years old that has this problem and the standard doctors are only taught to remove prostates or put them on medications that causes other serious complications.
    Best to you, and I am in hopes that you reach the masses with this info. I will refer this website to many. Keep up the great work.
    Stay healthy and happy…… Livingsuperhealthy.com 🙂 Judy

    • Hi Judy,

      Thanks so much for your inspiring comments. Yes food really is medicine not pills! Between the 2 of us we will get the word out to the masses and get people healing themselves through the whole foods they eat and steer them away from the Big Pharma machine. Love your work and thanks again for visiting the site.

      Keep pushing and grinding and growing,


    • Hi Ashley,

      Thanks so much for your comment. Yes it’s a great mix and so healthy. Anything with turmeric and ginger is going to be great for your body 🙂


  7. Another great recipe for my recipe collection! I love it! I didn’t have a clue about the ability of pineapple to kill cancer cells! Thanks for the useful information. my friend Kev! 🙂 🙂 🙂
    Best wishes,

    • Hi Bec,

      Thanks for your comment. Yes pineapple is very under rated. I am going to write a big article on it soon because it is so cleansing, healing and healthy.
      Great to see you on the website again Bec!

      Enjoy your health 🙂


  8. I had doubts about its taste but reading your comment above sorted me out.
    Will try and share the outcome!

    Do you have a recipe of Juice for a better skin? hehe…just curious!


    • Hi Anubhav,

      The recipe here is very good for your skin. Also aloe vera juice with say pineapple is excellent. Lots of water and cut out the dairy and your skin will glow 🙂

      Cheers, Kev

    • Cheers Dino,

      I am working on a good article about pineapple that will be out soon. Thanks for your comment and see you again soon,


  9. This juice is lovely and tastes delicious.
    A seriously yummy breakfast juice with benefits haha!

    Love your turmeric juices Kev,


    • Thanks for calling past again Joy,

      Yes the carrot is delicious on its own but adding the pineapple and turmeric and ginger it is even better. Glad you enjoy it 🙂


  10. I gotta be honest, This juice, doesn’t sound very yummy lol. But I could be wrong! I thought Clamato juice sounded disgusting, but I really like the bold rich flavor of it (especially in a ceasar). Can you describe what this juice tastes like? Does the sweetness of the pineapple balance out the strong flavors of the ginger and tumeric?

    • Hi there,

      Trust me! It’s delicious. Really. The carrot and pineapple are so good together. Once you start having ginger and turmeric regularly you will get used to their taste and your body will love you for it. This is so refreshing first thing in the morning and the health benefits are all spelt out for you. Try it and let me know,


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