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Fight chronic inflammation with this delicious juice recipe!

POP Pour Over

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  • Author: JuiceFeaster
  • Total Time: 0 hours
  • Yield: 40 fl oz 1x


Chronic inflammation can lead to many health issues like cancer, Alzheimer’s Disease, and type-2 diabetes. Help counter those effects with this super anti-inflammatory juice!



Green Juice Ice Cubes

  • 1 Bunch Spinach
  • 5 Stalks Celery

Fresh Pineapple-Pomegranate Juice

1/2 Uber Ripe Pineapple

2 Oranges

1 Pomegranate


Green Juice Cubes

  1. Rinse and pat the spinach dry.
  2. Scrub the celery stalks.
  3. Run both ingredients through your juicer and pour into ice cube molds.
  4. Freeze and set aside.

Fresh Pineapple-Pomegranate Juice

  1. Decrown and peel (optional) the pineapple.
  2. Peel the pomegranate and oranges using the Pelamatic Orange Peeler Pro.
  3. Run both ingredients through your juicer.
  4. Fill glasses with several green juice ice cubes.
  5. Pour the fresh juice over the cubes and enjoy!!!


Green Juice Cubes

Making ice cubes from fresh juice is a good way to keep things cool and add some extra zing! In this recipe, I use my favorite green juice cube recipe. But you can do it with nearly anything!

Try using lemon or lime juice cubes with low-acidity mono-juices (like grape or watermelon) to give it some zing. Another idea is to make berry juice cubes and add them to orange or pineapple-based recipes, giving them a mocktail feel. The sky’s the limit, so experiment to find your favorites!

If you’re looking for the small spherical ice cube tray I use, here it is!

Fresh Pomegranate Juice

Pomegranates can be a bit tricky to juice. They store their magical juice in tiny bubbles called arils, surrounded by a bitter peel (much like citrus).

For me, the quickest way to juice pomegranates is to peel them. This removes most of the bitter peel and leaves me with a great-tasting juice.

The Pelamatic Orange Peeler Pro is my go-to peeler for everything from pomegranates to citrus. It saves me TONS of time and is simple to use. I absolutely love it!

  • Prep Time: Overnight + 10 min
  • Category: Juicing for Inflammation