What is kombucha?
The tea dates back 2,000 years to ancient China, where it was regularly consumed to remedy inflammatory ailments such as arthritis and thought to ward off cancer. More recently, kombucha enthusiasts have used the beverage as an at-home remedy for acne, fatigue, hypertension, headaches, and constipation. Kombucha contains organic acids, antioxidants, enzymes, and B group vitamins, so the beverage has a detoxifying effect. The fermentation process is made by symbiotic culture bacteria and yeast. Kombucha is a good alternative to other sweetened beverages because it is 100% natural and of natural origin.