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make your own Kombucha?
It is easy to make organic grade (better
Kombucha at home, which also leaves out a variety of processes &
'ingredients' that are good for
neither the Kombucha or the consumer. Plus, you have the ability to
your own Kombucha, to your liking, at a total cost of about $1.00 a
The Kombucha Culture, sometimes mistakenly referred to as a
mushroom, is a symbiotic colony of yeast and bacteria (the friendly
type). Kombucha Tea is made by combining the culture, with a mixture of
black tea, and sugar. The ingredients are allowed to "ferment", usually
from 7-10 days. The resulting beverage contains dozens of elements,
of which are known to promote healing for a variety of conditions.
Traditionally, Kombucha use has spread (for over 2000 years) by the
passing of Kombucha Cultures from family to family, and friend to
friend. We give away Kombucha in our neighborhood. We provide mail
Kombucha Cultures, and/or ready made K-Tea, to those interested.
When making K-Tea, You will need a Kombucha Culture, black (orange
pekoe) tea, sugar, some fine cloth (jar covering)
and a heavy rubber band. Jars and pots should be kept extremely
Kombucha reproduces itself, so, if maintained
appropriately, you could
have/make a lifetime supply from a single Kombucha Culture.
We have been making and using Kombucha products for several years. I
have noted numerous improvements in my overall health including:
increased energy, sharper eyesight, and better skin condition, to name
few. We also have reference to positive results contributed to Kombucha
use by our friends and family members. We give away Kombucha locally.
make no claims as to the medicinal value of Kombucha, (except the ones
we already made).
Our cultures/teas have been improving in vitality/taste over time. They
are made under extremely sanitary conditions using Lipton tea and
There is a wealth of information regarding Kombucha on "The Web", so
you can read about it for months.
We strongly recommend that you use stainless steel (2nd
choice glass) pots, (for brewing tea), and clear glass jars (for
fermenting). You will also need lots of tea, sugar, some fine cloth,
a heavy rubber band. Jars and pots should be kept extremely
Kombucha reproduces itself, so, if maintained appropriately, you could
have/make a lifetime supply from 1 Kombucha Culture. If you get your
Kombucha from us, and have problems causing the need (lose your
culture), we will replace it, one time, for the cost of shipping.
If you experience any difficulty with
ordering etc.., please
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