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I would like to inform you about this much venerated tea called Kombucha which may very well be a natural treatment that can improve your health. One thing for sure is that if this remarkable drink fails to remedy one specific ailment it is certain benefit health in other ways.

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

Cancer is a class of diseases characterized by abnormal cell growth. It is a complex group of diseases that has many possible causations including, genetic and lifestyle factors (such as tobacco use), dietary factors, physical activity, certain types of infections, and environmental exposures to different types of chemicals and radiation. There are over one hundred different types of cancers, each classified by the type of cell that is initially affected.

There is no known universal cure for the many different types of cancers that that are known to exist today. We will not say to you that drinking Kombucha Tea can cure cancer, but, we do tell you that there are many anecdotal stories from people who have stated that they believe it cured their cancer or that they have heard of others who have been cured of their cancer when drinking the tea. In addition there are some medical studies, mostly done in Germany, that give support to the belief that this remarkable tea might be of benefit in helping to resolve some cancers. Is it worth it to try? The only way to know for sure if it can help is to give it a try!.

Are you looking for an elixir to give you more energy and better your health? You won't come any closer to finding it than in delicious Kombucha (Ice) Tea. It's potent, it's delicious, it does improve health and vitality, and it may very well help to remedy what might be ailing you. Additionally, because you prepare it yourself in your own home it is basically free.

View owner's photo after drinking this tea for twenty three years.

On the pages of this you can read the true testaments of those who drink this extraordinary beverage. There are many more testaments about the health benefits of many others on the Testimonial Page.

Many hundreds of thousands drink this delicious fermented beverage daily worldwide and rave about the benefits to health of this delicious tea!

Google's Chef, Josef Desimone, prepares Kombucha to serve to Google employees. Numerous glasses are served every day at Google cafeterias as is commented in Wikipedia.

Kombucha is not a true mushroom but only popularly called a mushroom, it is more similar to a lichen. The probiotic bacteria and yeasts of the Kombucha are microscopic bio-chemical engines adding various potent metabolic acids, vitamins, and other health enhancing elements as they ferment the tea. They help to boost the activities of the immune system and help to detox the body.

I have developed a better way of fermenting Kombucha Tea named the Easy Brew Method. This more safe way of fermenting Kombucha prevents any chance of contamination.

Some believe that Kombucha tea is the legendary miracle tea used in China thousands of years long past called by the name of "Tea of Immortality".

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