When the quince is mentioned first thing that comes to our mind are the words: “It is good for you!” Quince brandy is best known quince product which elevated this piece of fruit to a remarkable level of recognition. Basically, this level of popularity automatically made quince known for something else than health benefits.

Besides the already far and wide famous specialties of quince, one should draw its attention to the quince juice which has passed quite unnoticed, compared to other quince products.

The quince juice, after processing, has a surprisingly wide range of beneficial effects on the human body. It can be said that the quince juice: eliminates drowsiness and headaches, hydrates body, strengthens the immune system, detoxifies the body, stops diarrhea, and this list of the positive effects will continue even further… Feel free to acknowledge that the quince juice affects both the body and the psyche of people.


For all of these quince health benefits, quince owes much to the following ingredients: vitamins B1, B2 and C, carotene, potassium, calcium, easily digestible carbohydrates, vegetable fats, vegetable fibers and vegetable protein.

Recipe for homemade quince juice requires the following ingredients:

  • 2 kg of fresh fruit – quince

  • 5 l of water

  • 1 kg of sugar

  • 1 lemon, freshly squeezed

Notes: Two kilograms of quince should be cut in half and pitted (no peeling). Put chopped fruit in a five liter pot and cook until it boils. After the boil you should cook for about 20 more minutes. When the job is done the mixture should be left to cool. Cooling process takes four to five hours.

After cooling you should drain quince, and add 1 kg of sugar and lemon juice to the liquid. Liquid should be cooked for another 20 minutes to get the sugar all melted. Then pour a hot juice into sterile bottles and store it in a cool, dark place.

Improve the taste by drinking juice with honey.

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