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Kombucha tea was known in China as early as 200 BC, during the reign of the Tsin Dynasty it was called the “Tea of Immortality" (Chá shénxian).

I am the owner of Kombucha America. I have been drinking Kombucha Tea daily for 23 years. I was 73 in April 2017, I don't work out at a gym, and my photos have not been airbrushed. If I look way younger than 73. then I strongly suggest you start drinking Kombucha Tea now to start slowing down your aging because growing old gracefully, no matter what anyone tells you, isn't what it is cracked up to be. Just lately I had another waitress say that she thought I was in my mid forties. Realistically she probably was exaggerating for a larger tip... which she got.smiley face

The photo below is what I should look like at age 73 based on a photo of me taken many years ago that has been rendered by a software photo aging program. Suprising to me is that I resemble pretty much, in this aged photo, what my father look liked when he was 73 years old.


Now... If you notice my complexion, in the recent photos below, I think you would agree it's pretty darn good. This is not totally the result of drinking Kombucha but in part due to a unique Anti-Aging Skin Serum that I have refined over the years, which is not Kombucha based. I am now informing my customers how to make this serum for their own personal use. It is probably the only Anti-Aging Skin Serum you will every want to use again!

You can easily make this amazing serum at home with the detailed directions I give you. All the ingredients for making the serum you can inexpensively purchase on Ebay and you can make a 6 months supply for very little expense compared to equivalent serums costing from $80 to $120 for only about a one month supply. The rip-off markup pricing on retail cosmetic skin serums is ridculous now-a-days.

The last time I had a routine physical the physician was astounded at my physical appearance stating that I was in excellent health except for a slightly lower white blood cell count than the population norm. That worried me so when I asked what that meant he told me that it was nothing to worry about but if I wanted to get my blood count up I would just have to get sick more often... Because my heath is so good my immune system has no need to produce the same amount of white blood cells that the general population finds it needs to produce to combat its ailments.

I would not be promoting Kombucha if I did not believe it works to improve health. I speak to customers every day who tell of their improved health, thanking me for supplying them with their cultures and for my service and support.

If you are skeptical then I suggest you read the testimonials on our testimonial page and think over this fact; Countless numbers of people have used Kombucha as a health elixir for over 2000 years. If it did not improve health it would have disappeared long ago, but instead through countless generations it has been passed down to us today. Why would that happen!

Only in the recent years has the tea been commercially bottled and sold in stores. It is one of the fastest growing new popular drink in the U.S. but prior to its commercial brewing it was home brewed in the kitchen of countless homes world wide. It is easy, quick, and inexpensive to home brew Kombucha costing only about 50 cents per gallon. Home brewed tea is fresher and tastes delicious especially compared to the very expensive commercially bottled tea now being sold at $4.00 per small bottle.

The personal health of yourself, and your family, should be paramount but your financial health is also important. Medical bills and doctor visits can cost you thousands of dollars while drinking Kombucha might just save you a bundle. The equation is simple... staying healthy costs you less!

I retain a five star rating with Google based on my customer's reviews for product and customer service... Make your decision to order now and I will promptly send your cultures to you so that you can quickly start making your own home brewed Kombucha... Make It a Good Day!

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