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KOMBUCHA

IS IT A PANACEA?

According to the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, Kombucha has an effective anti-microbial properties against a number of harmful micro-organisms including salmonella, staphylococcus, H. pylori, E. coli etc. Lactic acid, another key element found in Kombucha, acts as a probiotic helping to maintain healthy microflora that is essential for a strong immune system and is recommended after the use of antibiotics. It is believed to help fighting off harmful bacteria and pathogens by regulating the level of acidity in the digestive tract. Kombucha tea also contains live enzymes and is reach in antioxidants.

Over the centuries Kombucha has been used as a folk remedy to increase vitality, improve digestion, relive constipation, detoxify the liver, loose weight, reverse the aging process, thin the blood, control appetite, prevent and treat cancer, arthritis, asthma, acne, high blood pressure, bronchitis, candida, high cholesterol, chronic fatigue, depression, colds and flu, diarrhea, gout, kidney problems (including stones), psoriasis, rheumatism, menopause, hair loss, graying, and so much more!

Today, the news about Kombucha is spreading around the world like a wildfire. And though Kombucha can not be called panacea because no one remedy by itself is panacea, more and more doctors now recommend their patients using Kombucha to prevent, support and maintain their overall health.

Prevention is better than treatment!

Kombucha is a folk remedy and can not be taken as a medicine. Please consult your professional health care provider before using Kombucha!

QUOTE

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- Alexander Solzhenitsyn