Blueberry juice recipe for health

Organic blueberry juice; RECIPE

Blueberry juice is a treasure trove of health, whose taste is rarely resisted, it is especially recommended to diabetics as well as children for the improvement of their blood. Blubbery is among the most medicinal plants and during ripening season, we need to take advantage of it. Healing juice is not the only drink that we will recommend in this article, but there is the exquisite blueberry leaf tea, which is more effective if you combine it with other herbs.


Blueberries are widely known as a fruit that are rich in precious ingredients for health, so it is not necessary to point out its numerous medicinal properties. Juicy, blueberries are used for making various desserts, and if properly dried, all major components can be almost completely preserved. Homemade blueberry juice from fresh berries is a real boon to our senses, which herbalists gladly recommend to everybody. Blueberries can be found in mountainous areas and are collected during the summer. The blueberry leaf must be harvested before it ripens, so as not to lose valuable ingredient myrtillin. Besides leaves and blueberries, in folk medicine sometimes medicinal root is used, which is harvested before flowering. Blueberries contain purple and blue pigments, which raise levels of vitamin C in the body, relieves capillary fragility, neutralize dangerous free radicals, preventing the destruction of collagen and nerve degeneration.


Fresh homemade blueberry juice is rich in vitamins E, C, B2 and B3, which together encourage the work of our digestive tract, protect the skin, strengthen blood vessels and decrease the level of harmful cholesterol (LDL) and triglycerides. This fruit contains catechin, which encourages fat burning, and for this purpose the blueberry tea for weight loss is great, which is made of leaves and gives remarkable results. In blueberries large amounts of quercetin are found (reduces the risk of allergies), iron, magnesium, manganese and calcium. Benefit of this fruit is in the fact that regular consumption helps prevent formation of thrombus, because it does not allow bonding of blood cells, at the same time it is also a phenomenal prevention of atherosclerosis, stroke and heart attack, and it is not unusual that the people adopted, the term "herbal aspirin.” Blueberry tea helps with persistent cough, while raw berries give excellent results for the establishment of normal and orderly chairs, return the appetite and help in the treatment of haemorrhoids. Blueberry juice is a great natural disinfectant mouthwash and prevents diseases such as gingivitis, periodontitis, gingivitis, etc.

Clean and wash fresh berries under the tap and place in a clean and sanitized glass bottles. Fill the bottles with blueberry up to one third (1/3). In each bottle put the mixture from 300 to 500 g of sugar and water. Mix water with sugar, until you notice that the sugar has melted completely. Now slowly pour the obtained sugar solution in the bottles where blueberries are and as soon as you fill them, close them. Put the bottles in a pot with water until the water reaches the neck of the bottles. Heat the pot until it boils, then continue to simmer it for another 60 minutes. Remove from the heat and cover the whole pot and wrap in a blanket and leave it wrapped to stand all day (24 hours). Then remove the glass bottles from the pot and move them to the appropriate dark and cold place. Now you have a remarkable maple syrup in which there are no additives like limuntos. It is a treasure trove of health and is recommended to everyone to drink it: children, pregnant women, healthy and the sick.

Blueberry juice Recipe No.2

Clean the blueberries, remove stems, wash under running water and put it in the strainer. Mash them well, dispose of it in an appropriate container and allow it to stand all night at some cool place. In the morning the mashed fruits strain through a cheesecloth or appropriate fine linen. Thus obtained blueberry juice needs to be poured into a pan, heated until it boils, when you need to add more sugar. Take care that to every litre of juice you add 1 kg of sugar. Now the mixture of sugar and juice is returned back to the heat to boil, and all you need to do during cooking is to gently remove the foam that forms on the surface. While still hot pour in the previously prepared bottles and close with cellophane. Congratulations, you have finished another great and healthy drink.

Blueberry lowers blood sugar

In folk medicine blueberries as a medicine are best known for lowering blood sugar levels, and in the process the leaf is very important, which is an ingredient of many herbal mixtures against diabetes. This has been confirmed by scientific studies, which showed that the glycoside myrtillin, contained in leaves of blueberries, not only reduce the secretion of sugar but it prevents it fully, so this plant is known as an "insulin plant”. Apart from that, tea and blueberry juice prevents urinary tract infections, relieve menstrual cramps and stimulate hair growth. Cooked dried fruits are an excellent remedy for diarrhoea, while in the case of bronchitis and tuberculosis maple syrup and honey are recommended. This is also an excellent remedy for weakness and loss of appetite.

Blueberry tea for diabetics 
  • Mix equal parts of blueberry leaf, flower and root of the dandelion, bean pods and galega, three tablespoons of mixture pour with 5 dl of water and leave it covered to stand overnight. In the morning heat until it boils, then remove from the heat and leave it covered to rest for another 15 minutes. Strain and drink in sips for 21 days.
  • Mix 35 g of pods of beans, 15 g of birch leaf, 15 g of blueberry leaf, 10 g of black mulberry leaf, 10 g of olive leaf, 10 g of sage and 5 g of wormwood, and a spoon of the mixture pour with 2 dl of boiling water and leave it covered to rest for one hour. Strain and drink 3 cups of tea a day.
  • Mix equal parts of the dandelion, nettle, blueberry and plantain leaf, and 2 tablespoons of the mixture pour with 5 dl of boiling water and cook for 2 minutes. Remove from the heat and leave it covered for an hour. Strain and drink half a cup 3-4 times a day, half an hour before meals. Drink for 21 days.
  • Mix equal parts of blueberry, elder plant and nettle leaf, and a spoon of the mixture pour with 2 dl of boiling water and leave it covered to stand for two hours. Strain and drink 3 cups of tea a day, half an hour before meals. Drink blueberry tea for the next three weeks.
  • Mix equal parts of burdock root and blueberry leaf, and the spoon of mixture pour with 2 dl of boiling water and leave it covered to stand for two hours. Strain and drink 3 cups of tea during the day, 30 minutes before eating.

Blueberry juice is good for your brain

One of the many benefits of blueberries applies to preserve the health of the nervous system. The research which included people in the seventh and eighth decades of life - during the twelve weeks of daily consumed fresh berries and blueberry juice revealed that this fruit is an important ally in the fight against Alzheimer's disease and senile dementia because it improves our cognitive abilities, which degrade with aging. For this numerous antioxidants are responsible, which in large quantities are present in fresh blueberries. Also, thanks to anthocyanin - one of the most powerful antioxidants - this precious fruit protects the retina of the eye, which is exposed to a high risk of oxidative damage and prevents the degeneration of the macula.

Blueberry tea sooths the inflammation of the small intestines
  • Mix equal quantities of blueberry leaf, mint, plantain, and chamomile, and pour with a litre of boiling water and leave it covered to rest for 2 hours. Strain and drink two days instead of water.

Blueberry Tincture 
  • Pour 200 g of blueberry fruit with a litre of 60% alcohol or domestic brandy, close the jar and leave it to rest for two weeks in the sun or a warm place. After that, strain and take 30 drops of tincture mixed with a little water.

  • Mix 20 g bearberry and birch leaf, 15 g of mint, corn silk and nettle, 10 g of blueberry leaf. Pour the mixture with 2 dl of boiling water and leave it covered for an hour. Strain and drink three cups of tea during the day, half an hour after eating. Drink for 21 days.

  • Pour a tablespoon of dried fruit of blueberries with 2.5 dl of boiling water and cook for about 10 minutes. Leave the lid to cool, then strain and drink 2-3 cups of tea a day.


Anaemia is common during pregnancy that is often accompanied by low haemoglobin in blood. Pregnant women and breast feeding women should certainly pay more attention to proper nutrition, which includes a healthy natural juice. The recipe for blueberry juice that we attach to this article is certainly one of those. If you are talking to your doctor, who follows you and your baby, be sure to consult about it. Avoid buying blueberry juice any way you can, even if it states that it is 100 percent organic. Only the domestic one comes to question, because it contains no artificial additives and should be dosed in small quantities, but do not overdo it.

Blueberries for blood are recommended to young children and even babies. Talk to your paediatrician, do not do it on your own. We recommend that you see the article how to improve your blood count.