I have a lovely crop of watercress in the pond, I think I'll have a go at juicing that and a mountain of lemon balm that I think would be lovely, in fact I'm salivating at the thought of juiced lemon balm topped up with chilled lemonade or elderflower cordial!
I think my problem is being able to get enough of a single herb to make juice, nettles are realtively easy to access if I go for a walk, but some of the standard herbs to juice such as parsely I don't have in abundance.
How many people add herbs to smoothies? I make a lush one based on Sophie Grigsons Strawberry, Lemon Verbena & Mascarpone Fool recipe you can find on the HS site, I use a strawberry low fat yogurt, fresh strawberries, milk and about 12 lemon verbena leaves. Whizz it all up and indulge, less calories than the dessert variation but equally as yummy. Have found that a few lavender flower heads to a strawberry smoothie go really well.
Mint and pineapple go well together, rosemary perks up orange based smoothies or juices especially the ginger rosemary variety. Try freshly juiced oranges with a spring of ginger rosemary topped up with ginger ale yum! A bit of fresh basil can add a lovely twist to orange juice as well, and if you like tomato juice that can taste lovely with the addition of a little basil or thyme.