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Say hello to the "Flu Shot," an elixir of lemon, ginger, and cayenne that promises to give your immune system a leg up against the plague-like maladies of the season. Your body will thank you.The skies are greying, the mercury is dropping, and we all know what's coming (no, not just sweatervest weather). 'Tis the season for runny noses, scratchy throats, and otherwise unsavory ailments that'll drag you down like a ball and chain. Rather than schlepping around a veritable medicine cabinet, howzabout something that tastes a little better than Robitussen and doesn't cause one to feel like they're swimming through a fog?
You've read about the benefits. Perhaps you've even become a devotee. But no matter where you are on the juice-loving spectrum, hear this: juice is liquid healthiness. It's a fact. And we're not talkin' Capri Sun here. For the past ten years, Nectar has been juicing apples, lemons, beets, carrots, cucumbers, and just about every other fresh, mostly organic, fruit or vegetable you could wish for. No sugar, no cans, no additives—in co-owner Naruna's words, everything is "just as nature intended." And that includes the "Flu Shot," an elixir of lemon, ginger, and cayenne that promises to give your immune system a leg up against the plague-like maladies of the season. One thing's for sure: that bad boy will clear out your sinuses in a heartbeat (I speak from experience). So, if you're at all inclined to avoid going through six boxes of Kleenex in one day this winter, drink up. Your body, your Kleenex supply, and your coworkers will thank you.
Check out Nectar new location on Georgia Tech Campus! Nectar opens the seasonal location inside Piedmont Park from Memorial Day to Labor Day.
Flu Shot, $3.25 (Free with your Scoutmob app)
Fresh Nectar Juices, $4.29 (12 oz)
Smoothies, $4.09 (16 oz) — $5.49 (24 oz)
Spicy Chipotle Chicken Panino, $7.00
Walnut Chicken Salad, $8.50
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Saturday and Sunday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.