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Does anybody know about Pressed Juicery in California?
Are the juices good? Do you feel healthy afterwards?
I want to try some, but there are none in Arizona. The only way to get it is $160 worth (12 bottles) shipped overnight to my house. That’s cool.
Anybody have any praises for them?
What are your favorite juices by Pressed Juicery?
As you all may or may not know, I work at Pressed Juicery. As an employee I am required to do a three (3) day cleanse and a five (5) day cleanse so that I can explain to our customers how our cleanses work and how they may feel while doing our cleanses from personal experience.
There are three (3) different cleanses:
•One (1) is for those who have never cleansed before. It includes two (2) green juices, two (2) root juices, and one (1) citrus juice.
•Two (2) is a little more challenging because, there’s less natural sugars but may not be difficult if you don’t consume a lot of sugar in your everyday diet. It includes two (2) green juices, two (2) citrus juices, and one (1) root juice.
•Three (3) is recommended for those who are “experienced” cleansers. It includes four (4) green juices, and one (1) citrus juice.
*all cleanses also include an almond milk for dinner, a chlorophyll water, and an aloe vera water.
The purpose of the cleanse is to give your digestive system a break and to also pretty much reset your eating habits. While cleansing it is recommended that you don’t consume any solid foods. it’s also recommended to do yoga or go for a light jog to keep your circulation going. I’m really excited about this because, I’m going to be getting rid of all of the nasty foods I’ve been feeding my body, I may loose some weight, and I’m gonna be saving some money.
This is all going to happen sometime this month. I’m going to keep you posted with a daily journal entry as to how it goes once it begins.
Pressed Juicery Review
I’ve always been a huge fan of the juice movement. My dad bought my first juicer for me as a sophomore in college. My first memories of juicing came from him when he did a month long detox and body cleanse after seeing the success from his sisters doing it. How he lasted that long, I have no idea. Still to this day, I don’t think I can see myself drinking anything but juice for more than 3 days.
With that being said, I’ve tried a fair amount of juiceries and homemade recipes. My typical home remedy juice is carrot, apple, celery, cucumber and lemon, mostly because they are the easiest to prepare, cheapest to buy and most juice for your buck. However, with so many new juice stores popping up in LA in combination with me not wanting to clean my juicer, I sometimes pay $6.50+ for juice. Hey, there’s no price on health, right?
After watching the hype of Pressed Juicery on Instagram, I decided to stop in and try it. I tried the West Hollywood location. It was smaller than I expected inside and strictly for the purpose of making and picking up juice. It was a dispensary. Most people coming here are either picking up at least 3+ juices or an entire 5 day juice cleanse worth of juices. They have all of the concoctions on the board and the staff is friendly in giving you popular choices and their personal favorites. The first time I went I tried two juices and one almond milk smoothie. I loved them so much, I went back a few days later to buy five more. Although, I’m not a fan of the almond smoothie (that’s just a personal preference), I loved how fresh the juices tasted due in part to the hydraulic press that they use and how many different combinations they offer. I also love the bottles and kept them to reuse for my homemade juice mixes. My favorites so far are the Roots 2, Greens 3, Citrus 4 and watermelon lemonade with cayenne.
Currently, they have 10 total locations, 7 in Southern California and 3 in Northern California, but they also ship nationwide!
Website for more info: http://www.pressedjuicery.com/