Kombucha is a fermented, slightly alcoholic, lightly effervescent, tea beverage rich in probiotics and antioxidants, which benefit your brain, heart, and gut. Kombucha originates in Russia and Eastern Europe. It's popularity has grown world-wide and is now sold by many companies and many are home-brewing Kombucha globally.
Kombucha contains vinegar, vitamin B, enzymes, probiotics, acids and cellulose-producing bacteria that protect your cells. According to scientific evidence, the gluconic acid in kombucha, also in fruits and vegetables, may bind to toxins to help expel them from the body. It also boosts the efficiency of the liver's detoxifying tract.
Some Benefits of Kombucha
Kombucha is believed to aid in natural detoxification. It contains antioxidants that can help detoxify the body and prevent illness and inflammation.
Immune System Stimulation
The healthy gut bacteria gained by drinking kombucha may help stimulate the immune system.
The contents of this tea promote a healthy digestive system.
In addition to small amounts of caffeine, kombucha contains energizing B vitamins and iron. The iron may increase hemoglobin in the blood, thereby enhancing oxygen flow.
The natural acids and antioxidant properties found in this tea promote fat loss.
Enhanced Athletic Performance
According to athletic enthusiasts, it raises energy levels during exercise and aids in post-workout recovery.
The B vitamins present in this tea, specifically vitamins B1, B6, and B12, may help battle depression, stabilize mood, and enhance concentration.
Kombucha can be made with a black, green, oolong or white tea. Our customers like to use; Organic Keemun black tea, Organic Makaibari green tea, Organic Green Oolong, and Organic White Peony for their home-brewed kombucha.
Try any of our recommendations and add fruit and flavoring to create your perfect kombucha at home!
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