5 Juicing Recipes That Help Ease Allergies

Juicing is a great way to get your vitamins. If you’re one to suffer from seasonal allergies, that might just be exactly what you need. Of course, sometimes medication is necessary and beneficial, but many of us can get great results using certain ingredients in our juices.

One of the great things about juices is that it’s an easy way to get that vitamin boost without feeling full. These juices are great for when you feel your allergies coming up as prevention, or drink them to help relieve existing symptoms. It’s like a natural espresso shot for your allergy symptoms!

These juicing recipes will work with almost any juicer. Make sure to prepare the ingredients as instructed. Enjoy!

Pink Parsley


  • 1 apple
  • 3 carrots
  • 2 beets
  • 1 handful of parsley

This juice will help you if you get asthmatic reactions during the pollen season. It’s also a great immune booster and beets and parsley are both great detoxifiers!

Clear Out Congestion


  • 1 cucumber
  • 1 green apple
  • 1 head (about 1 ½-2 cups) of parsley
  • 2 lemons, peeled
  • 1 small handful of fresh mint
  • 1 knob of ginger

Need to clear out congestion of your lungs and sinuses? This is absolutely your juice. The ginger is great for those with an upset stomach. If you don’t respond well to ginger, add some local raw honey to the juice. It will not only help neutralize the ginger, but also help you get used to the pollen in your area. Bees use the pollen in your area for making the honey, and by ingesting a little bit of pollen your body will get used to them more. If this juice is still too strong for you, don’t be afraid to add some water to dilute it.

Sweet spot


  • 2 apples
  • 2 oranges
  • ½ fennel
  • 1 or 2 knobs of ginger

Got a sweet tooth and seasonal allergies? This is the perfect juice. This juice will help you repair gut health while restoring good bacteria as well. Fennel has an interesting taste and smell that might take some getting used to, but we’re sure you will love this juice. This juice will help you create an intestinal environment that makes it difficult for bad bacteria to live in.

Say No to Allergies


  • 3 celery ribs
  • 2 green apples
  • 2 carrots
  • 1 lemon, peeled
  • 1 cup parsley leaves

This orange-green juice will help clear out your sinuses as well as get rid of headaches and a scratchy throat. This is a good juice to mix with hot water, which can also help you to open those lungs and sinuses.

Citrus Love


  • 1 grapefruit
  • 2 oranges
  • 1 lemon, peeled
  • 1 knob of ginger
  • 1 beet

A great winter juice that will help you restore your gut health. This juice is great to drink before your seasonal allergies usually start, because it can help prevent them altogether!

This Article Has 8 Comments
  1. Jackie says:

    These all look amazing! And I love how they each have a target symptom!! I’ve been juicing regularly for about a year and as long as I keep the sweet fruit to a minimum and aim to juice mostly vegetables, I feel fantastic! I’m wondering if you recommend juicing over blending? I know that blending may be better because it keeps the solids in place. What are your thoughts?

    • Juicing Fan says:

      Hi Jackie! I’m glad you found these info helpful. As for juicing or blending, there are benefits on both, I personally do it both. I blend when making smoothies in the mornings but I do a lot of juicing more 😉 I guess it’ll depend on our preferences. In juicing veggies, I prefer not to have those extra pulp and just get to the phytonutrients 😉 but with fruits in smoothies, I have no issues with its pulp. 🙂 How about you? Do you prefer those pulp in your juices?

  2. Kendrick says:

    I really needed this information. I have been sneezing almost everyday. I am going to have to try that “Say No To Allergies”. Because I be having these headaches sometimes so that would be great. Sometimes when I sneeze my nose start. Do you have anything for a running nose?

    • Juicing Fan says:

      Hi Kendrick, I couldn’t agree more! This year has been the worst for my allergies even my eyes gets irritated easily. Anyway, for runny nose I always make this warm water, with fresh lemon juice and honey concoction. and if you have a humidifier in your room or house try to put a few drops of Eucalyptus essential oil in it and that will definitely help in your nasal congestion. 🙂 Hope these help. 🙂

  3. sharoncl says:

    These are different in a good way as i have started suffering from headaches and nothing seems to get completely get rid of them so i am going to try your orange green juice.
    The beets are they ok out of a jar? or are they better fresh?,would granny smith apples be ok to use?.
    I have never juiced before so this will be an experience and something for me to tell my friends who have allergies.
    How many times a week would you suggest having the juices?.
    Thanks for the good info:).

    • Juicing Fan says:

      Hi sharoncl, I know the feeling this season has been the worse for my allergies as well. I recommend you to try this recipe cause it definitely helped me. As for how many times you take these juices, it’ll be good if you can take it 1-3 times a day, normally 30 mins before meals. I take a glass first thing in the morning, then the rest of the day I take a glass half hour before meals. But for starters, since you’d still be getting used to the taste, but I’m telling you it’s pretty good 😉 I suggest you to take it once a day. You can also make this recipe in a big batch so you wouldn’t have to prep and juice every time but I will suggest you to keep it in an air-tight glass bottle to keep the juices from getting exposed from oxygen in that way you can keep your juices fresh and keep it refrigerated too. Granny smith apples will definitely be good to use, I use them every time 🙂 For beets, I would recommend the fresh ones, and in picking beets, choose those small to medium sized ones and not those huge ones since they are juicier and sweet. 🙂

  4. My son and his friend have just recently purchased a juicer and are currently trying out many different recipes. I am going to let him know about this great website for sure as it contains some really yummy looking juicing recipes and it’s really helpful to see which blends assist with different health concerns or targets! I have never tried juicing yet but between his new passion for it and your fabulous website, I think I might have to join the juicing population! It all looks delish! 🙂

    • Juicing Fan says:

      Thank you Cindy! I’m glad you find these helpful. I’m definitely gonna add up more yummy recipes now that summer is getting close 🙂 Some yummy and refreshing recipes are needed 🙂

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