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Question of the month; Does Kombucha really work? Answer is...Yes! If it did not better health why have millions of people have kept drinking it and preparing it, for thousands of years.

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Kombucha is a carbonated tea-based drink that millions drink for its health benefits or medicinal reasons. There is scientific info supporting health benefits but unfortunately few studies are being conducted mainly due to the expense of such medical studies. There are several centuries of popular accounts telling of health benefits attributed to the tea. Kombucha is sold in stores but can easily be prepared by fermenting tea using a spongy mass of yeast and bacteria often nicknamed a SCOBY. This produces the kombucha culture which is also referred to as the "mushroom" but it is not a true mushroom. It slowly forms on the surface of the fermenting tea while the tea is fermenting and looks like a near whitish colored pancake.

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Testimonial - Wonderful Surprise: "I have been thinking about making it myself for a long time and finally finished my first batch and I love it! Thank you for the good and simple direction. I was a little nervous about tasting my own batch at first but what a wonderful surprise it was. Thank you, thank you... Linda"

































































































































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Is Kombucha safe?



Most ask this question because they know that some mushrooms are poisonous or they have been told misinformation about Kombucha. Kombucha is not a mushroom and it is not toxic. It is only "popularly" called a mushroom.

Kombucha has been used for health improvement for over two millennium it is now being sold in health shops and grocery stores in the USA, it is a lot cheaper to make it yourself.

Kombucha Tea is not a drug. The FDA has found Kombucha Tea to be a safe drink if it is correctly prepared in a clean way so as not to be contaminated by pathogens. Any food that you prepare can become contaminated but the risk is probably less so for Kombucha as it is a fermented drink and as it ferments it produces a small amount of alcohol which helps to protect the tea against pathogens.

No person has ever died from drinking properly made Kombucha Tea and millions drink the tea daily and have done so for over 2000 years. One thousand people a year die from taking aspirin, so which do you think is safer!

Kombucha Tea is a fermented beverage and , but then again some few people could be sensitive to any number of things. A reaction is usually just a reddening of the skin or a minor.

Kombucha Tea is acidic but no more so than grapefruit juice or orange juice, unless it is permitted to ferment longer and to a more sour state. Drinking Kombucha Tea wil not change the pH level of your blood unless you were to huge amounts of the tea when it is very sour, this would not be a smart thing to do, drinking large quantities of anything is usually not a wise thing to do.

Rarely A Kombucha mushroom could develop a mold but this is not common. Most common such molds are not harmful but a contamination can spoil the taste of the tea. This small problem is easily avoided by keeping the brewing jar properly covered and if it should occur is easily detected and you simple make a new batch of tea."]

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