Carrot juice has the effect of normalizing the entire body. It is the richest source of vitamin A and also contains vitamins B, C, D, E, G and K. Carrot juice is rich in sodium, potassium, calcium, magnesium, iron, phosphorus, sulphur, silicon, and chlorine.
Carrot juice is a natural solvent for ulcerous and cancerous conditions. It is resistant to infections and helps to prevent infections of the eyes, throat, tonsils, sinuses, and the respiratory tract. Carrot juice can improve the bone structure of the teeth. It can also help clean up the intestines and liver, which is why some people may turn a pale shade of yellow/orange when drinking carrot juice. You can read more about how carrots can turn you orange here: http://tamarastjohn.com/can-you-turn-orange-from-juicing-carrots
Pregnant women should drink carrot juice to reduce puerperal sepsis at childbirth and to enhance the quality of their breast milk. The adrenal glands and the gonads also require carrot juice and carrot juice can reverse sterility.
Combining carrot and beet juice will supply phosphorous, sulphur, potassium, and vitamin A, which is the best natural builder of red blood cells. Plus it tastes good and you get less of the beet taste when combined with the natural sweetness of the carrot juice.
I find it is easiest to clean and cut the carrots beforehand and store in the refrigerator to make it easy to take a handful to juice with other vegetables, that way it is easy to build up gradually to the amount that is comfortable for you. Happy Juicing.
Walker, N.W.D.Sc. Fresh Vegetable and Fruit Juices, 1970. Norwalk Press.