Star OG Juice (seasonal)

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16oz Cold Press Juice

Ingredients: starfruit, orange, organic cucumber, organic ginger, bitter orange

The fruity superfood superstar.

Our Spajuicebar Star OG juice is a seasonal surprise of light and refreshing flavor. Star fruit is sourced locally from a farm in Davie, Florida during its short seasons from August to September and December through February—grab yours now while you can! Studies show star fruit contains many beneficial plant compounds that, when combined with a healthy diet and exercise regime, may help reduce inflammation, cholesterol, and fat in the liver. A superfood with many powerful benefits, star fruit isn’t without its risks. People with kidney problems should avoid it, mostly due to its high levels in oxalate, which is known to cause kidney stones. And as with grapefruit, star fruit can alter the way a drug metabolizes in your body, and should be consumed with supervision if you take prescription medications.

Cool as a cucumber. 

Cucumber’s vital nutrients have a cooling effect on the body. It’s known as an excellent diuretic for reducing fluid retention and providing a high amount of vitamin A. Cucumber juice is a beautifier—it promotes hair growth, impedes hair loss, revitalizes the skin, and prevents split nails. 

Add some spice to your life.

Ginger is great for eliminating gas, intestinal spasms, and joint inflammation—it adds a spicy sting to bad germs and is great for your immune system. Ginger increases serotonin and dopamine levels, reducing inflammation that causes depression, and could also benefit anxiety and PTSD symptoms. Ginger has a long tradition in treating various types of nausea, including morning sickness.

Vitamin C, a precursor to collagen.

Bitter orange is essentially a fat-free food, making it a good option for those following a low-fat diet. Bitter orange is high in vitamin C, a precursor to collagen, making it valuable for skin health and repair, and it contains several other vitamins and minerals, like vitamin A, phosphorus, calcium, and iron. Bitter orange contains flavonoid compounds with antioxidant effects, including hesperidin (which inhibits the lifecycle of ovarian cancer cells) and limonene (which modulates genes that can contribute to liver cancer growth). Like grapefruit, bitter orange can interfere with some medications like MAOIs and benzodiazepines, and it contains a hormone called synephrine which acts as a mild stimulant—the NCAA has banned the use of bitter orange in its athletes.



Manufactured in a facility that processes tree nuts.