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Migraine Be Gone Green Juice

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Migraine Be Gone Green Juice Recipe by @BlenderBabes

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With over 37 million people in the US alone, either you or someone you love probably suffers from this mind bending pain.

It’s almost impossible to function when a migraine headache attacks, but you don’t miss more work or school!

Aid and possibly prevent a migraine headache with this juice recipe.

This recipe contains 3 of the top 6 best foods for curing headaches, so it’s no wonder this natural remedy has been touted to cure a more intensive migraine!

You can omit the water and ice and extract the ingredients like our friends at FitLife.TV do with a juicer, which of course doesn’t require any digestion of the body and will immediately absorb into your system, however we like to make it a whole food juice by keeping the fiber.

It’s up to you!

Let us know what you do and be sure to join our community for more great healing recipes! Share your rating with us if you try this one at home.

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Migraine Be Gone Green Juice

Adapted from FitLife.Tv
3.9 from 10 votes
Course Green Juice
Servings 2
Calories 71.5 kcal


  • 16 ounces filtered water or coconut water
  • 1 cup pineapple
  • 1 cup kale 3 to 4 leaves
  • 1 stalk celery
  • 1/2 lemon juiced
  • 1 cup cucumber about 1/2 a large cucumber
  • 1/2 inch ginger root
  • 1 1/2 cups Ice


  • Place all ingredients into the blender and secure lid.
  • For Blendtec: Press the Whole Juice button.
  • For Vitamix: Select VARIABLE, speed #1. Turn machine on and slowly increase speed to VARIABLE, speed #10, then flip it to high. Blend for 60 seconds.
  • All done! Enjoy!! Now take a photo, rate it, and share your accomplishments! 🙂 Tag @BlenderBabes & #BlenderBabes


Serving: 1gCalories: 71.5kcalCarbohydrates: 17gProtein: 2.2gFat: 0.7gSaturated Fat: 0.1gPolyunsaturated Fat: 0.4gSodium: 44.7mgFiber: 3.3gSugar: 9.1g
Tried this recipe?Let us know how it was!


Fresh pineapple may help ease your headache troubles.

It contains bromelain, a natural enzyme that has been linked for centuries as being a form of natural pain relief.

It also provides anti-inflammatory properties.

Cucumber may help slice dehydration out of the picture. Consisting of 95 percent water, the highly hydrating cucumber is a is an excellent option for a fresh and natural, headache-fighting snack or to add to a juice or smoothie.

Ginger will reduce inflammation as quickly as it will take for aspirin or other pain pill to work.

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Tarashaun Hausner
Tarashaun Hausner
Tarashaun Hausner is the founder of Blender Babes®. She credits using a blender daily for helping her heal an unhealthy relationship with food. A passionate advocate for self-care, she is committed to helping others pursue optimal wellness by balancing and healing their bodies and minds. She offers several opportunities to help people improve their health including free challenges and downloads, a gentle whole foods 7 Day Blender Cleanse™ and her holistic mind, body and spirit Slim Down Solution™ Womens Coaching Programs.

64 thoughts on “Migraine Be Gone Green Juice”

  1. Oh my goodness did you just tell people they can cure their migraines with pineapple and lemon juice. Oh no please don’t . If you new anything about migraines you know that is a no no This juice would have me in the bed within an hour.

    1. Hey Scharee! I believe it’s different for everyone. Many people have had relief from this recipe, but it doesn’t work for all. If you know the pineapple and lemon juice do not work for you you can always omit those from the recipe. 🙂

  2. This drink sounds delicious but pineapple and lemon juice are a big no they are big triggers at least for me and from what I read allot of us and Kale puts me to sleep. Hard to work when your sleeping. This would be a good drink for night to help you sleep without the pineapple and lemon juice

    1. Thanks for sharing Scharee! I’ve never heard of kale putting someone to sleep. Very interesting. Definitely try it without the pineapple and lemon juice (add more liquid to compensate and help with blending) – at night for you!- and let us know how it works for you. HAPPY BLENDING!

  3. HI!
    Kale is causing me digestives issues. Can I use spinach or something else and get the same benefits?

    1. Hey Sophie! If kale is a problem for you, you can definitely use a different leafy green. They don’t have all the same nutritional benefits, but they are both powerhouses. Try spinach and you can also try bok choy or cabbage.

  4. 5 stars
    This is the nastiest tasting drink…. BUT it WORKS!!! It is my go to recipe when I am having a bad migraine…. I also am using a ninja rather than juicing it. Last time, I did pretty much drink the juice and did not eat much of the pulp…. Great recipe…

  5. I get Hemiplegic migraines that are stroke like symptoms plus I get abdominal migraine will all this same juicing help with those also thanks

    1. Hi Mary, we are not medical professionals and can’t tell you for sure if this will help, however we have had many community members say it helped. You might also want to try this recipe in a juice extractor or strain a blended version through cheesecloth to remove the fiber, so it goes into your bloodstream more quickly.

  6. i’m so happy i ran across your site. i get migraines every once in a while and i’m really excited to try this the next time i feel one coming on. i’m also really excited to browse your other recipes. thank you!

  7. Ary Thephravong

    3 stars
    I try this recipe for about 2 weeks now drinking daily but my migraine & headache didn’t go away. I never eat kale before, I was hesitated about it first but after drinking the juice for the second time, it was not bad. I enjoy drinking the juice & thanks for the recipe.

    1. So glad you enjoy the recipe. Be careful not use the same greens (kale) everyday as it may cause a build up of toxins. Perhaps try some of the other juice recipes on the site and add turmeric. Turmeric is what will reduce the swelling and help relieve your headache.

  8. Hi BlenderBabes!
    I will definitely try this!! Suffer from daily headaches and migraines.
    Can I keep it in the refrigerator and for how long?
    Thanks 🙂

    1. Great Lene! Welcome! Yes you can keep smoothies in the fridge for up to 24 hours (before it starts getting icky texture, and loses nutrition rapidly) or you can freeze it for up to 3 months. HAPPY BLENDING!

  9. 3 stars
    I was just wondering if anyone else suffered from diarrhoea after drinking this recipe? It worked great on my headache but I was then up all night in the bathroom and have been having cramps for about 9 hours now. I was just wondering if this had happened to anyone else or if you had some suggestions on how I could get the benefits of the juice without the upset sore tummy after.

    1. Interesting Bec, we haven’t heard any feedback for this recipe. However we have heard of people experiencing detox side effects when they start drinking fiber rich green juices and smoothies. Are you a regular green juice (whole juice from a blender) or green smoothie drinker? I’m so sorry you experienced such pain and cramping! I suffer from IBS and have definitely felt your pain, but it’s usually after eating stuff I shouldn’t be… I would recommend talking to your physician and seeing what he has to say about it.
      Perhaps you can make the juice WITHOUT the fiber and see if it still has the same effect. You can staring it through a nut milk bag out of the blender, or use an actual juice extractor.

  10. I suffer from migraines …and also was diagnosed with ms- multiple sclerosis.. I’ve had a migraine for the last 2 in half days ..went to doctors and they gave pain killers and pills for migraine

  11. one more thing… how often can you drink this? can i drink it daily to prevent migraines? might be a silly question, but this will also be my first home made smoothie.


    1. Sorry to hear about your migraines Ran! You can definitely make this as much as you want. I would even use it as preventative. 🙂 Keep us posted how it works! 🙂 HAPPY BLENDING!

  12. I am leaving to the grocery store now for these ingrediants . i suffer from migraines at least 2 to 3 times a month for 4 days at a time…. currently having one now. i have no idea what else to try… so here we go.

    praying this works.

    1. Hi Phillip and welcome to Blender Babes! You could try this as a juice, but you’d miss out on a lot of the fiber. If you try it, please let us know how it is!!

  13. Rebecca Matta

    i haven’t tried this yet just received it today from my sister. she knows how severe my migraine’s are. I’ve suffer from migraine for 35 yrs , I’ve try everything you can imagine. hope this work, will keep you posted.
    what is good for severe acid re flux, my partner suffers from this.

    thk you

    1. Blender Babes

      Yes please keep us posted! For acid reflux we have heard others recommend any recipe with ginger in it. 🙂 Hope that helps!

  14. 5 stars
    You are fantastic to have figured out this recipe. I know several people that have migraines and have heard turmeric and ginger were effective. Hydration can also be a big problem. Can’t wait to pass on the idea about the pineapple. I imagine this smoothie will help with a lot more than migraines with all the nutrients and antioxidants in it. Thanks for sharing.


    1. Leslie Williams

      Hi, Erin, and WELCOME to Blender Babes!! You don’t HAVE to add the celery, but it does have some vital vitamins and nutrients that will help battle your migraines. Try it at least once with celery to see if it helps your headache; otherwise, feel free to make it without the celery!

    1. Leslie Williams

      Fresh ginger’s health benefits are dramatically increased when using fresh ginger, and it is relatively easy to find in most areas. However, in a pinch, you’ll need about 1 teaspoon of ground ginger for every 1 tablespoon of fresh ginger. Hope that helps and ENJOY!

  15. Hi Helene – You can replace it with another fruit if you are allergic to pineapple, such as banana or mango. You may even want to add a dash of turmeric to further help reduce inflammation. 🙂

  16. Hi Sharon and welcome! You can absolutely drink this green juice whenever you want, to use as a preventative. And if you feel a migraine coming on definitely have one then. 🙂 HAPPY BLENDING!

  17. 5 stars
    Such an amazing recipe! I felt a migraine coming on today, so I tried this (first green juice ever) and the pain has subsided. I’m going to start drinking this on the daily in the hopes I’ll never have to deal with a brutal migraine again. Thank you!!! 🙂

    1. Leslie Williams

      We are SO glad this worked for you, Candace! Definitely keep the ingredients on hand and try drinking them regularly to prevent migraines, too! How amazing would it be to live migraine-free? Good luck, WELCOME to Blender Babes and thanks for your feedback!

    1. Hi Patty and WELCOME! Yes you can also do this recipe in a juice extractor and receive the same benefits, just leave out the water and the ice. 🙂

  18. How often should these Migraine Be Gone drinks be consumed? Once or twice a day if you suffer from chronic migraines?

    1. We recommend using organic produce and drinking as much as you can tolerate, at least 16oz to 32oz per “serving”. Sorry you have to suffer such a debilitating issue – we sincerely hope this juice helps you! HAPPY BLENDING! xo

  19. I like what you guys are up also. Such smart work and reporting! Keep up the exlcelent works guys I’ve incorporated you guys to my blogroll. I think it will improve the value of my site . The part can never be well unless the whole is well. by Saul Bellow.

    1. That’s GREAT Carmen and WELCOME to Blender Babes!! So happy to hear your mom felt better 🙂 Thank you for sharing your experience with us!

    1. Hi Katie and WELCOME to Blender Babes! Kale makes this a healthy green juice, it’s the pineapple, cucumber, and ginger ingredients that are best to help naturally battle your migraine. You can absolutely leave out the kale! Try adding more pineapple – YUMMM!! 🙂

        1. Good question! It should be okay, and after doing a bit of research we haven’t found too many ingredients for green juices and smoothies that should be avoided other than fruits/veggies that are contaminated with bacteria – but we definitely recommend speaking with your physician before changing your diet, especially while pregnant. Note: most of our communities Blender Babies LOVE Green Juice!

          1. Bananas and oranges are major migraine triggers for me. Seems like bananas are in most smoothie recipes! Can you recommend a good substitute fruit? Is it ok to just leave it out most times or does it play an important role in the flavor, texture, etc?
            Thanks so much! Thrilled to find this website.

            1. Hello Beth and WELCOME to Blender Babes, we are so glad you found us too! I really need to create a post for banana-free smoothies as many people either don’t like them or are allergic – and if eating it gives you a migraine I would stay far away as well! Yes, you can absolutely omit them from a recipe – to keep the same texture though try replacing it with mangoes or for a richer smoothie full of healthy fats, 1/4 to 1/2 avocado. Hope that helps! xo

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