What is Kombucha?


Kombucha is a Superfood​

Kombucha is primarily a food, like yogurt or sauerkraut. It’s a  nutritionally alive drink that, through the power of fermentation, alkalizes  and nourishes your body with compounds that detoxify, energize, support your immune system, streamline your digestive system and your skin, prevent disease, and elevate your mood. Studies show these components will likely show up in your Kombucha: Acetic acid, Amino acids, B vitamins, Butyric acid, Caprylic acid, Catechins and other polyphenols, Citric acid, Decanoic acid, Enzymes, Glaucaric acid, Gluconic acid, Lactic acid, Niacinamide, Oxalic acid, Phenethyl alcohol, A variety of yeast and bacteria species, Yeast, Bacteria, Vitamin C, antioxidants.​

Drinking Kombucha can help relive: Acid reflux, Acne, Anxiety, Arthritis, Atherosclerosis, Colitis, Depression, Diabetes, Eczema Excess weight, Fatigue, Fibromyalgia, Hangover, Headaches, Hypertension, Hypoglycemia, Indigestion, Radiation poisoning, Rheumatism, Sluggish metabolism, Thinning hair and Tonsillitis by helping the body bring itself back into BALANCE naturally.

How much Kombucha is good for you?

Moderation, even too much of a good thing can become a bad thing. We recommend you start with 4 ounces of Kombucha per day. After about a week at this level you can double it. Once you find your self at 12 ounces per day, you should go ahead and make that your limit. Plus if you are a daily drinker take some time off every few weeks. 4 weeks on, one week off is a good rotation.

                Reference used Kombucha! by Eric & Jessica Childs from KB