What is Kombucha?
Kombucha is a fermented drink with probiotic properties, based on tea, to which many health benefits are attributed. It is a refreshing drink, which with its small bubbles constitutes a 100% natural alternative to traditional soft drinks. Kombucha has an ancient tradition, and today it is very popular in the United States, northern Europe and Australia.
Kombucha is obtained through a fermentation process in which 4 natural ingredients are involved: water, tea, sugar and the "Kombucha Mushroom", called SCOBY (Symbiotic Colony Of Bacteria and Yeast). Fermentation is the process in which the activity of bacteria, yeasts and enzymes (probiotics) synthesize sugar and convert tea into a drink with a wide range of vitamins, enzymes, minerals and essential organic acids.
Kombucha is a 100% natural drink, very good, energizing and is also considered a sugar-free drink, since it disappears during fermentation. Many probiotic properties are attributed to it, that is, it has microorganisms that improve the intestinal microbiota and protect it from external agents. Therefore it is recommended to take it daily.
Contains vitamins B1, B2, B3, B6, B12, C, D, E, K and folic acid
Detoxifies the body
Regulates intestinal transit
Slows down aging
Activates the immune system