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You are at the introductory page to this web site, it is not the home page where a wealth of information about Kombucha can begun to be found. You are at this the introductory page because you seem to be looking to find something to improve health. Your search word(s) for "imiquimod squamous cell carcinoma in situ", or similar search term(s), directed you to this page.

I would like to inform you about Kombucha Tea which may be a natural cure for what may be ailing you. If this delightful beverage does not cure a specific ailment it is sure to improve your health in other ways.

Note the 5 star rating I have with Google because of the many positive reviews I have had from my customers whose health have been improved after they received cultures from me.

Cancer is characterized by out-of-control cell growth. It is a complex group of diseases with many possible causations including, genetic and lifestyle factors (such as tobacco use), diet, physical activity, certain types of infections, and exposure to different types of chemicals and radiation. There are more than one hundred types of cancer, and each classified by the cell type that is initially affected.

There is yet no known universal cure for the many differing types of cancers that that are known to exist today. We can't state that drinking Kombucha Tea can be a remedy for cancer, but, we can tell you that there are many anecdotal testimonials from people who have stated that they believe it helped remedy their cancer or that they have heard of others who have been cured of their cancer when drinking the tea. Additionally there have been medical studies, mainly done in Germany, that support the belief that this remarkable tea might be of benefit in helping to remedy a cancer. Is it worth trying? That is for you to decide, but the only way to know, for sure, if it can help cure a cancer is by giving it a try.

If you are searching for something, an elixir to energize and improve your health? You can't come any closer to finding it than in delicious Kombucha (Ice) Tea. It's powerful, it's delicious, it does improve health and vitality, and it could help to remedy what might be ailing you. Another plus is that because you brew it in your own home cost pennies a gallon to make.

Check out the owner's photo who has been drinking this incredible tea for twenty-three years.

On this site you may read the actual testaments of my customers who drink this beneficial beverage. There are many more testaments about the health benefits from numerous others on the Testament Page.

Many hundreds of thousands drink this deliciously refreshing fermented beverage daily all around the world and talk of the benefits to health of this delicious tea!

Chef Josef Desimone of Google makes Kombucha Tea for Google personnel. One hundred glasses are served each day at Google cafeterias as is commented in Wikipedia.

Kombucha is not a real mushroom but only popularly called a mushroom, it is more similar to a simple lichen. The probiotic bacteria and yeasts of the Kombucha are miniature bio-chemical factories producing various powerful metabolic acids, vitamins, and other health valuable elements as the tea is fermenting. They help to heighten the activities of the immune system and help to detox the body.

I have developed a new way of making Kombucha Tea named the Easy Brew Method. This safer way of brewing Kombucha prevents any possibility of contamination.

Kombucha is a delicious, fermented, slightly carbonated elixir, which has been described as a wine tasting like a delicious tea or an unusual tea tasting like a rare wine.

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