NourishMint Wellness Juice Bar


NourishMint Signature  Cleanse

Adrenal Support


Why are These Ingredients in the NourishMint Juice Cleanse?

Dark leafy greens: Spinach/Kale
The darker the veggie, the more potent it is when it comes to liver detoxification. These greens are also incredibly alkalizing. Dark greens are very nutrient-dense, high in minerals, iron, and vitamin C.

Think anti-inflammation. Celery is also very alkalizing, hydrating, and high in vitamin K. It is also a natural diuretic that helps to push toxins through and out.

Hydrating, and helps to flush excess water from the cells while hydrating the skin. Cucumbers contain lignans which may lower your risk of cancer.

Supports the production of hydrochloric acid in the stomach, and supports digestion. It can also help to purify the blood and boosts the immune system.

Stimulates digestion, increases circulation, and promotes alkalinity.

High mineral and antioxidant value while being a low glycemic food.

Supportive to the kidneys, liver, and pancreas and purifying to the blood.

High in antioxidants. Supportive to the kidneys and excellent electrolytes to support the heart.

Soothing to the stomach, and supportive to digestion.

a note about greens veggies…

Green vegetables are the foods most missing in modern diets. Learning to cook and eat greens is essential to creating health. When you nourish yourself with greens, you will naturally crowd out the foods that make you sick. Greens help strengthen the blood and respiratory system. Greens support the body in renewal, refreshment, and vital energy. In Asian medicine, green is related to the liver, emotional stability, and creativity. Surprisingly to many, greens are one of the best sources of Calcium.

Benefits of greens:
1. cleanses the skin
2. aids in weight loss
3. improved liver, and kidney function
4. reduces congestion in the body
5. blood purification
6. cancer prevention (through alkalizing the body)
7. improved circulation
8. strengthen the immune system
9. promotes healthy GI tract
10. increases energy

The darker the better when it comes to liver detox and greens. Our favorites include:
Dandelion greens, mustard greens, water cress, kale, chard etc.

Cocktails + Mocktails

Spicy Marg

Pineapple | Cucumber | Lime | Jalepeno



Pineapple | Cucumber | Mint | Lemon


Watermelon Bliss

Watermelon | Mint | Ginger | Lemon

       How it works

Click order cleanse. Choose if you want to cleanse for 1, 2 or 3 days.

Select the date you would like your cleanse delivered and receive it easily at your door.

Enjoy your cleanse, detoxify, and see your energy skyrocket.

Frequently Asked Questions

I'm in... but should I get the 1 day, 2 day or 3 day cleanse?

I suggest starting with a 1 day cleanse. That way you know how your body responds to the amazing juices! 

What is the difference between cleansing and replenishing?

The NourishMint juice cleanse was designed to replenish your body with nutrients. Since fruits and vegetables are rich in nutrients, drinking fresh juice boosts the intake of vitamins, minerals, and other anti-inflammatory compounds that boost energy, immunity, and overall health.

 This cleanse can be used two different ways. 

1) Cleanse. You can treat it as a ‘traditional cleanse’ where you are just drinking the juices through out the day without food. If you get hungry, drinking bone broth is a great option. Many people feel energized and do really well on this type of cleanse.

2) Replenish. The good news is you can still cleanse while eating some food as well! This is typically my approach to cleansing. I call it ‘replenishing’ instead of cleansing. I will do my cleanse for breakfast/lunch and snacks (4-5 bottles of juice.) and then I will eat dinner with my family. I typically try to have something clean and light like a small piece of wild fish with some steamed veggies. You can still do a 3-5 day cleanse but enjoy a small amount of food as well.

What is cold pressed juice? is it better than using a regular at home juicer?

Whether it’s masticating, twin gear, or centrifugal juicers, they all have one thing in common: they extract juice by forcing the plants against a sharp screen. Many brands of screen extractors market themselves as “cold-pressed”, while they don’t actually contain a press at all.

These cold pressed juices go through a squeezing process.  The fruit is not forced against a sharp screen like other methods, it is entirely stationary— a gentle, natural process.

Can I cleanse at work?

Of course! Some people notice slight fatigue while cleansing which is a normal response from the body in detox mode. Many of my clients cleanse during work and feel great.  

what else can I be doing to support the detoxification process?

Drink LOTS of water!

Movement and exercise.

Showers alternating with hot/cold water.

Sauna, steam rooms or other ways to support sweating.

Other more indepth cleansing techniques include oil pulling or

dry skin brushing.

For more information, or for a customized nutrition consultation, please reach out!

Why do i need a cleanse in the first place?

Juicing increases our consumption of raw fruit and vegetables, beyond what we consume by eating alone. It allows our body to absorb nutrients without overwhelming our system with large amounts of indigestible fiber. Drinking juice should feel AMAZING in your body. Think increasing your body’s vibration!

Do you have other resources for cleansing?

Yes! I’m the co-founder of and in this e-book you will find a protocol and recipes for a methodical 7 day cleanse.  You can purchase the cleanse with your juice here!

what if i feel hungry?

Hunger varies greatly when people partake in a cleanse. Some people report they feel full most of the day, and some people feel hungry. If you are hungry, choose smart snacks like nuts/seeds, grilled salmon, sauteed veggies, bone broths, soups, or more water and tea!

What can I expect for my digestion?

Some people are afraid they are going to have dirhheah while cleansing. That is rarely the case. Your body is absorbing the redialy available nutrients and gently flushing toxins. If you feel constipated while cleansing, please email me for added nutrition guidence. 

Can i still work out on a cleanse?

YES. You might notice you are slightly more tired than usual, but remember, your body is PACKED with nutrition on cleanse days. Be sure to stay extra hydrated. If you feel tired or that you are to fatigued, adding in some nuts, seeds or protein of some kind can be helpful.

Help, I have never done a cleanse before. What should I expect?

Juicing is a great way to flood the body of nutrients, and minimal digestion is needed since you don’t have to break down the fibers. This equals max nutrient absorption. It can also boost your immune system, increase energy levels, reduce acid and overall toxicity in the body. Most people feel great doing a cleanse. There might be a few moments of hunger or fatigue, but your body is doing what it is suppose to do during a detox. If that doesn’t sound right for you, please the next FAQ about replenishing the body vs. cleansing the body. 

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