Kombucha is a fermented tea that is largely believed to have originated in Asia and was first discovered around 221 BC. For centuries Kombucha has been brewed throughout Asia and Eastern Europe. But some years back, Kombucha was introduced into North America majorly from people who had traveled to Asia and have been told of its nutritive effects. It is is renowned for its cleansing and detoxifying potentials and have been transferred from one generation to the next. Kombucha is widely believed to assist in digestive health, boost immunity, gently cleanse the liver to protect it and rejuvenate the skin.
Kombucha in its original state is a sugary tea. To prepare it, the sugary tea is fermented with the assistance of a “SCOBY” an acronym for “Symbiotic Culture of Bacteria and Yeast.” The duration of fermentation can be up to 7 days.
The SCOBY bacteria and yeast consume most of the sugar in the tea, changing the tea into a tastily fizzy, lightly sour fermented (but mainly non-alcoholic) beverage which is relatively low in calories and sugar levels. The kombucha tea is usually filled with good bacteria, digestive enzymes and liver cleansing acids.
What does Kombucha contain?
Kombucha has been proven to naturally contain:
- Probiotics & Prebiotics
- Organic enzymes
- Vital amino acids
- Glucuronic and Gluconic acids
Although kombucha cannot heal, however it conditions your body in such a way that it heals naturally.
There are the various benefits you can derive from drinking kombucha. Kombucha is believed to
- Alkalize the body and balances internal pH
- Detoxify the liver
- Increase metabolism
- Improve digestion
- Rebuild connective tissue and helps with arthritis, gout, asthma, rheumatism
- High in antioxidants and so destroys free-radicals that cause cancer
- Alleviate constipation
- Boost energy and help with severe fatigue
- Reduce blood pressure
- Relieve headaches and migraines
- Reduce kidney stones in the kidney
- High in polyphenols
- Improve eyesight
- Heal eczema and can be applied to soften the skin
- Prevent arteriosclerosis
- Speed healing of ulcers by killing Helicobacter pylori (bacterium found usually in the stomach) on contact
- Help clear up candida & yeast infections
- support healthy cell regeneration
- Reduce grey hair
- Lower glucose levels
- The benefits are quite numerous
Why you should pick B-Tea Kombucha?
Homemade Kombucha tea have been reported to be hazardous and dangerous to health. This is majorly caused by improper and unhygienic brewing procedures. Simply put, when your kombucha is not brewed in the right way, it can result in a drink that can be harmful.
This is where we come in, we are professionals with immense experience in the nutrition industry. In brewing our B-Tea Kombucha, we ensure to adhere to the best brewing standards and maintain perfect hygiene. We leave no stone unturned in ensuring that you get the very best out of your kombucha from B-Tea. This is what sets us apart. We employ the latest technology in our brewing process, we also carefully select, screen and refine all our ingredients to ensure that there is no contamination at all.
Whenever you grab a bottle of B-Tea Kombucha, be rest assured that you have in your hand the very best of kombucha. So, go ahead and pick your flavor.