Kombucha, or fermented tea, is made from various tea leaves, most commonly using black or green tea to boil to dissolve sugar and fermented with microorganisms or Scoby. The microbes feed on sugar until 21 days and grow into a drink rich in living microorganisms called Probiotics. In addition to being a drink that provides good microbes, we also benefit from the tea leaves we use. Because tea leaves are a source of antioxidants, it is popular to eat kombucha to balance the good microorganisms in the gut. Because the gut is the second brain that helps control the body’s normal functioning. If the intestines are strong, the body has a good defense. You can drink kombucha straight away, unmixed or mixed with water or other fruit juices.

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