How to Make a Pitta Pacifying Green Juice

by Monica Gisella
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how to make a pitta green juice

Pitta, one of the three Ayurvedic constitutions in Ayurveda, is a tricky dosha.

When it gets aggravated, it’s common to feel fever, burning sensations, inflammation, or infections.

Mentally, it shows as anger and irritability.

The Pitta fire can, however, be controlled by drinking a cooling vegetable juice.

This is the recipe (video below), so you can start reducing the uncomfortable signs of Pitta intensification in your mind and body.

how to make a pitta green juice
I use a blender, not a juicer, to eat the pulp, which contains all the fiber.
Fiber is essential for blood sugar control, weight management and overall health.

Are you Pitta dosha?

Pitta dosha, according to Ayurveda, is oily, sharp, hot, light, unpleasant in odor, mobile, and liquid.

These qualities can be evident, for example, in the skin, hair, digestion, and elimination.

Nevertheless, the vitiation of this constitution not only affects the body, but the mind and emotions can suffer its fiery power too.

For example, when we get Pitta vitiated, signs of a sharp tongue, impatience, and bad temper will typically emerge.

Take my dosha quiz today to discover your dominant dosha.

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Try my Chlorophyll water instead!

What can make you Pitta aggravated?

Several factors can vitiate a dosha.

Whether it is Vata, Pitta, or Kapha, the way you live and eat greatly influence the internal balance of your body.

Things that can vitiate Pitta are:

  • Too much sun
  • Oily, hot and spicy food
  • Alcohol
  • Too much coffee
  • Toxic relationships
  • Overworking
  • Over exercising

Pacifying Pitta

There are several ways to help you cool down if you are suffering from an aggravated Pitta dosha.

One way is to increase the consumption of raw foods and salads.

This FREE Pitta Meal plan can help you get started.

In addition, vegetable juices are an excellent strategy. I’d like to point out that the green juice I suggest here does not include fruit because the sweet taste tends to increase ama or toxic waste.

By drinking this healing green juice in the morning, you are dispelling toxins from your body. You are also kindling your digestive fire and pacifying the Pitta dosha.

This is the refreshing recipe!

How to make a Pitta green juice?

Watch this video to get the recipe and learn why the ingredients I use are phenomenal for Pitta dosha.

Soothing and cooling for a fiery nature.

Green Juice for Pitta Dosha


  • 1 cup Coconut water
  • 1 stick Celery, chopped
  • 1/4 cup Parsley leaves, finely cut
  • 1 cup Kale, finely cut
  • 1/2 Cucumber, cut in thin slices
  • 3 Mint leaves
  • 1 inch Turmeric root, peeled and chopped
  • 1/2 tsp Wheatgrass powder
  • 1/2 tsp Spirulina
  • 1/2 Lime


  • Place all ingredients in a blender + freshly squeezed lime
  • Blend and serve immediately in a blue or green glass.
  • Calmly, drink fresh at room temperature 🙂
**If using a juicer, add the wheatgrass and spirulina powder at the end, when the juice has been extracted from the vegetables.

You can have this incredibly healing juice for breakfast or as part of my 5-Day Detox Program exclusive to my Pitta subscribers.

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Happy Healing!

Monica Gisella xx

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