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Green Tea Kombucha

15.50TL

Green Tea Flavored 300 ML
What is Kombucha Tea?
As you can guess from the name, the suffix “cha” at the end of the name Kombucha tells us that this fermentation technique originated from the Far Eastern soil. It is a tea that we know more in the lands of our country and we discovered its benefits, albeit late.

Where did Kombucha Tea come from?
Although there is a seaweed called Kombu in Japan, there is no relation between this algae and Kombucha. The story, M.S. It dates back to the 400s, to the story of a Korean doctor who healed the Japanese Emperor. Of course, there are many narrations other than that, which one is real and not, we do not know exactly. Kombucha came to the territory of our country by expending long roads from Kargasok region through Russia. Approximately 8500 people living in the Kargasok region of Russia have been using this tea for many years and it is believed that the life of people living in this region has exceeded 100 years on average. In fact, (rumors say) an 80-year-old woman ensures that her 130-year-old husband is healthy enough to have children. Of course, we are liars of those who say that J Already in Russia, Kombucha has been known as Kargasok Tea for many years, it has just started to be sold as Kombucha in new Russian markets.
Let us briefly touch upon the fact that Kombucha is heard in western countries as well… Kombucha passes very often in the reports of Russian and German doctors between 1910-1937. However, despite these reports, no medical research has been done on Kombucha. Scientific studies have always been done on laboratory animals. This means that some people say, "No research on people, but!" He gave the opportunity to say. Although there are no scientific studies on humans, the research done by the German research scientist Gunther Frank, who has done the most research on Kombucha, gives us a correct perspective on what Kombucha does. A statement by a doctor in the United States between 1991 and 1994 that he healed AIDS (which we do not find correct, it is not correct to replace Kombucha directly with any medicine) Kombucha was heard. After 2000s, Kombucha tea has reached a total market volume of 2 billion dollars in America and Europe today, thanks to the fact that it is well known in America and Europe and preferred by carbonated drinks.

How Is Kombucha Made?
Kombucha tea is produced from fermentation of Black, Green, Oolong or White tea. Among the ingredients are sugar, tea and the main ingredient (Kombucha Culture) of Kombucha called "scoby"; glass jar and cheesecloth are also among the materials.

The fermentation time of Kombucha takes between 7 and 15 days. In this process, the amount of sugar in Kombucha is almost exhausted and the cider apple flavor is more prominent. The rate of sugar remaining after waiting is between 2.5-4.5%. So where does sugar go? Sugar turns into very precious organic acids, enzymes, polyphenols. This is where American Functional Medical Experts say "Kombucha offers you sugar on a silver tray". The remaining sugar is considered insignificant, along with the precious organic acids it turns into