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#1 Wacko847


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Posted 12 December 2007 - 12:35 AM

Has anyone tried this drink its called Kombucha, its packed full with probiotics, enzymes and nutrients. I drink one of these per day and I ahve to say they help a little. You can get them at your local health food store, mine are from whole foods.


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Posted 04 February 2008 - 03:50 AM

I actually just started making my own Kombucha tea. It's smelly and rather gross looking and the taste is pretty awful. The store-bought bottled Kombucha tea tastes better, but it's way to expensive for me to purchase frequently. I dilute the tea with ice water...I only drink a small bit. I haven't been drinking it regularly enough to see if it works or not, but I'm on my way to discovering what Kombucha does.

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Posted 12 March 2008 - 11:42 PM

Yeh, Kombucha is wonderfull stuff. It's not at all a wonder cure but still a viable addition to controling symptoms. A Kombucha mom are well worth the $20 and time involved in making it. I used to have an evening ritual of half Kombucha and half Aloe Vera juice. I think it is one of the more refreshing tastes around. A little heads up though. The Kombucha that you buy in the store is pasterized, diluted and expensive. Produce your own and you will never be sorry.
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