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This is not the main page of my site. For much more information on Kombucha please visit that page. You are at this web page because you seem to be looking for information on being healthy or Kombucha, possibly as cure for an ailment. Your search term(s) for "kombucha secondary fermentation", or similar search word(s), directed you to this page.

I would like to inform you about this venerated tea called Kombucha which might very well be a natural remedy that can improve your health. One thing for sure is that if this remarkable beverage does not cure one specific ill it is will improve health in other ways.

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

If you are searching for something, an elixir to give you more energy and improve your health? You will not come any closer to finding it than in delicious Kombucha (Ice) Tea. It's potent, it's delicious, it does improve health, and it can help to remedy what might be ailing you. Additionally, because you brew it yourself in your own kitchen it is basically free.

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

Description of Kombucha

Kombucha is a effervescent tea-based drink that millions drink for its health benefits or medicinal purposes. There is scientific information supporting health benefits but not many studies are being conducted mainly due to the expense of such studies. There are many centuries of popular accounts telling of health benefits credited to the tea.

Kombucha is sold in stores but can most 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 often popularly referred to as the "mushroom" but it is not really a mushroom. It forms on the surface of the fermenting tea while the tea is fermenting and looks like a whitish colored mushroom cap or pancake. On the pages of this you can read the true testaments of those who drink this beneficial beverage. There are many more testaments telling of the health benefits from numerous others on the Testament Page.

Countless numbers drink this refreshing fermented beverage daily all around the world and rave about the health benefits of extraordinary tea!

Google's Chef, Josef Desimone, makes Kombucha to serve to Google personnel. Almost 100 glasses are served every day at Google cafeterias as is mentioned in Wikipedia.

Kombucha is not a true mushroom but often called a mushroom, it is more similar to a simple lichen. The pro-biotic bacteria and yeasts of the Kombucha are miniature bio-chemical engines adding various potent metabolic acids, vitamins, and other health enhancing constituents as they ferment the tea. They help to heighten the activity of the body's immune system and detox the body.

We have developed a superior way of making Kombucha Tea called the Easy Brew Method. This more safe way of making Kombucha prevents any possibility of a mold contamination.

Kombucha Tea is a fermented tea, it does taste delicious, it does improve health, and you can easily make it in your own home kitchen.

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Kombucha Testimonial (Just one of a large number):

Testimonial - Feeling of Well Being, Sleep: "I am happy to tell you that I already harvested my brew. The taste is refreshing, I have a feeling in my body that I have never felt for over fifteen years. I sleep very deeply and I have introduced Kombucha to my brothers... D.S."

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