Author: Ezgi Okyay
In fact, perhaps I should have shared this post here. "What is Kombucha?" At first I could not imagine he would be asked so much. So let me try to explain to you what Kombucha is.
Kombucha is very popular these days, you know. There are those who call it miraculous, those who call immortality elixir, who call life water, ... What makes Kombucha so special?
Kombucha, an ancient tradition of 2200 years, is a special fermented beverage. It protects the body against countless diseases with probiotics, B and C vitamins, Enzymes, Gluconic acid and Glucuronic Acids, Lactic Acid and Acetic Acids that penetrate the tea as a result of fermentation. Among these ingredients, probiotics stand out that perhaps 20-25 million probes per ml deserve this, but if you ask me, the most valuable ingredient in it is GLUCURONIC ACID. Moreover, probiotics come from many different foods (kefir, yoghurt, sauerkraut first thing that comes to my mind).
We don't have many choices where we can get Glucuronic Acid. Please keep in mind that many of the following benefits (and I think the most difficult ones) are thanks to Glucuronic Acid.
The main diseases that Kombucha is good for are as follows;
• It helps to LOSE WEIGHT by accelerating fat burning and increasing edema.
• It provides the removal of heavy metals and toxins from the body.
• Diuretic, discards edema.
• Blood pressure,
• Hemorrhoid is good.
• It is good for obesity.
• Melts Kidney Stone.
• Cleans the Liver and Gallbladder
• When applied to the skin, it improves skin spots and eczema.
Beyond all these benefits, it makes the body ALKALI, improves digestion, circulation and nervous system, strengthens immunity.
BRIEFLY; Kombucha is a healing and very delicious drink. I am not entirely sure whether the flavor of Kombucha is related to the content of the culture made by the hand of the creator but the common interpretation of those who drink Kombucha is that my Kombucha produced by the brand Shaman’s Secret is VERY TASTY. I say, those who do not believe, try it, what should I say!