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Why purchase expensive Kombucha Tea from the stores when it is easy to make for FREE?

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I would like to tell you of this incredible tea called Kombucha which might very well be a natural cure that can improve your health. One thing for sure is that if this remarkable beverage cannot remedy one specific ailment it is will better your health in another way.

I could not have a five star customer satisfaction rating with Google if this tea did not improve health. I earned this rating because my customers obtained Kombucha cultures from me and were pleased that they made that purchase.

If you are trying to find an elixir to energize and improve your health? You can't come any closer to finding it than in delightful Kombucha (Ice) Tea. It's potent, it's delicious, it improves health and vitality, and it might very well help to remedy what might be ailing you. Another plus is that because you brew it yourself in your own kitchen it cost you next to nothing to make.

Check out the my photo after drinking this incredible tea for twenty-three years.

What is Kombucha

Kombucha is a delicious tea-based beverage that is often drunk for its health benefits or medicinal reasons. There is scientific data that support health benefits but unfortunately few studies have been conducted mainly due to the expense of such medical studies. There are several centuries of anecdotal accounts telling of health benefits attributed to the tea.

Kombucha is sold commercially but can very easily be prepared by fermenting tea using a solid mass of yeast and bacteria often nicknamed a SCOBY. The probiotic bacteria and yeasts forms the Kombucha which is also referred to as the "mushroom" although it is not a true mushroom. It forms on the very surface of the tea during the period of time the tea is fermenting and looks like a whitish colored pancake.

On this site you can view the actual testimonials of my customers who enjoy this extraordinary beverage. There are many more testaments telling of the health benefits from others on the Testimonial Page.

Many hundreds of thousands drink this deliciously refreshing fermented tea daily worldwide and rave about the health benefits of this extraordinary tea!

Google's Chef, Josef Desimone, prepares Kombucha to serve to Google personnel. One hundred glasses are served daily at Google cafeterias as is commented in Wikipedia.

Kombucha is not a true mushroom but it is commonly called a mushroom, it is more like a simple lichen. The pro-biotic bacteria and yeasts of the Kombucha are tiny bio-chemical factories producing various powerful metabolic acids, vitamins, and other health enhancing elements as they ferment the tea. They help to boost the activity of the immune system and detoxify your body.

I have developed a new way of home brewing Kombucha known as the Easy Brew Method. This more safe way of fermenting Kombucha prevents any possibility of a mold contamination.

Kombucha is a fermented beverage, which anyone can easily prepare in their own home kitchen.

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Testimonials (Read Hundreds More):

Testimonial - High Blood Pressure, Weight: "I am drinking this Kombucha Tea daily and it is doing a good job of keeping my body in balance.I am no longer taking blood pressure medication and my weight has stabilized at a suggested level for my height, etc. I am sharing Kombucha with several friends in my area and they are pleased with the results... D."

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