Kombucha & Health Shot

Kombucha is a healthy drink which is made through a fermentation process. It helps your digestion, rids your body of toxins, and boosts your energy. It's also said to boost your immune system, help you lose weight. Watch out our recipe section for tips on how to make your own kombucha using organic tea from our online grocery store.
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Cana Booch Wild Berries Kombucha
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26 Vegivore-kombucha passion fruit
Kombucha | Passion Fruit Flavor | Vegan
Vegivore 26
245 ml
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26 Vegivore - Ginger kombucha - Organic Village
Kombucha | Ginger Flavor | Vegan
Vegivore 26
246 ml
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26 Vegivore-kombucha strawberry
Kombucha | Strawberry
26 Vegivore Kombucha
245 ml
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26 Vegivore Limited edition kombucha
Kombucha | Yuzu Limited | Vegan
Vegivore 26
246 ml
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Cana Booch Lifted Green Tea Kombucha
26 Vegivore-Original kombucha
Kombucha | Original Flavor | Vegan
Vegivore 26
246 ml
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Bunny Turtle Ferments - Jun Tea
Jun Tea | Organic Green Tea | Raw Honey | With Probiotics
Bunny Turtle Ferments
250 mL
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Green Geek-Lychee with Chia Seeds
Kombucha | Lychee with Chia Seeds | Vegan
The Green Geek
250 ml
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Kombucha | Cinnamon | Vegan
The Green Geek
250 ml
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What Are The Health Benefits Of Kombucha?

Kombucha is a fermented, lightly fizzy, sweetened black tea commonly taken for its purported health benefits. Kombucha has the following health benefits:
Improved digestion: Kombucha tea contains probiotic microbes that can help improve digestion and balance levels of bacteria in the gut.
May support heart health: Kombucha tea has protective polyphenols that can help reduce the risk of developing chronic diseases such as heart disease, cancer, and diabetes.
Kombucha tea may have antifungal properties. It contains acetic acid, a byproduct of fermentation that can inhibit the growth of bacteria and yeast.
Helps boost your energy: Kombucha tea has a small amount of vitamin B and caffeine that helps boost energy. These vitamins are released from the tea during its fermentation process.
Detoxification: Kombucha tea is rich in glucuronic acid and enzymes that occur naturally in our bodies and help detoxify our body systems. It also helps reduce the risk of getting cancer.

What are the ingredients in Kombucha?

Kombucha is a fermented tea beverage made from different ingredients such as;
Sugar: Sugar is a crucial component. It is used to feed the bacteria and yeast during the fermentation process. Sugar can be used to enhance the flavor as well.
Water: italso contains water as a vital component. It is used to uniformly distribute the other ingredients and thin out the tea. Water facilitates fermentation by providing bacteria and yeast a place to grow and ferment properly.
Tea: Its primary ingredient is tea. Although other types of tea, including herbal teas, green tea, and white tea, can be utilized, black tea is the one that Kombucha most frequently uses.
Flavorings: Flavorings give beverages their flavor. Flavorings can also improve nutritional and health benefits.

How often should you drink kombucha?

Consuming kombucha frequently or infrequently depends on personal preference. Drinking too much acid can result in digestive issues like heartburn, bloating, or peptic ulcers because this is an acidic fermented tea beverage that also contains caffeine and alcohol. In consideration of this, it should only be drunk occasionally, especially by those who are sensitive to caffeine, and acid or have a low tolerance for alcohol. Because of the amount of caffeine in it, it should only be used in moderation as too much caffeine can result in anxiety, insomnia, dehydration, and an increase in blood pressure.
Also, you should always get medical advice before introducing this healthy drink to your diet and consult with a health practitioner if you have any questions about it.