Kombucha Tea – All About It

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Kombucha (Japanese, pronounced – con boo cha’) is an amazing, potent, probiotic tea that can energize and rejuvenate you. If you are seeking a way to improve your health, stay healthy, or live longer, you have absolutely found it!  Kombucha tastes great and… You can make it for FREE!

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Kombucha Tea is traditionally made using a kombucha mushroom or SCOBY. It is not a mushroom; but only called a mushroom. It is something more like a lichen. Often it is referred to as a Symbiotic Colony of Bacteria and Yeast (SCOBY). When grown it looks like a pancake floating on the surface of the brewing tea.

The fermented tea does not taste like mushrooms. It tastes similar to a refreshing apple wine cider, if using orange-pekoe black tea. The tea can be flavored; green tea as well as many of the flavored teas sold in grocery stores can be used, including various herbal teas. You will greatly enjoy it!

When a Kombucha culture, or so-called mushroom, is placed into a batch of prepared tea the tea begins to ferment; in 7 to 9 days at the proper brewing temperature, it is ready to drink. During this time period a new SCOBY grows on the surface of the tea. This new mushroom, basically a spongy cellulose mat, is later used to make another batch of tea. Each time you make a batch of tea a new mushroom grows. Because of this fast reproductive cycle you can make an endless supply of this incredible elixir for free!

In the mushroom are beneficial microorganisms, probiotic bacteria and yeasts, that ferment the tea. These convert sugars in the tea to metabolic acids to help detox the body. When the “Baby”, a new mushroom taken from a previous batch of tea, is used to make another batch of tea it is renamed the “Mother”.

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How to Make Kombucha

Kombucha America has developed an easier and safer way to make a more potent Kombucha .  The old fashion traditional way of making Kombucha had been handed down through the centuries, learned from those who first began making the tea over 2000 years ago. Those people could not write, never attended a biology class, nor did they have any  knowledge of probiotics.

This old fashion way of making Kombucha is still widely publicized on the internet simply because it is the “traditional” way, and also because those who are publicizing  it do not know of any other way to brew Kombucha. It is absolutely not the best way, or the safest way, to make this remarkable beverage. Any educated person knowing my Easy Brew Method would agree that it is a better way of fermenting Kombucha Tea.

I was the very first to start providing Kombucha cultures via the Internet over 20 years ago. Very few knew about Kombucha back then but through my marketing efforts via the Internet it has now become well known as a beneficial health elixir. It is even now being recommended by health practitioners and physicians. Most of my numerous competitors now present on the Internet either obtained their first cultures from me or used information about Kombucha obtained from my web site to get started.

My new proprietary Easy Brew Method eliminates the risk of household mold contamination, which is a major concern to home brewers of Kombucha. My copyrighted method of making this remarkable beverage, with an order of primary cultures, is freely given to my customers. I do not published it publicly on the Internet else it be stolen by unscrupulous competitors and sold by them to my disadvantage.

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Please note that the Easy Brew Method is not to be confused with the inferior way of making the tea that is called “continuous brewing”. This way of making Kombucha is hawked by those who want you to buy extra stuff that you really do not need to make high quality Kombucha.

Below is a brief description of the old fashion traditional way of making Kombucha which is no longer recommended as the better way is the Easy Brew Method:

Add to water green tea or orange pekoe/black tea, sugar, a little pasteurized apple-cider vinegar. Place the culture in the tea to ferment for 7 to 9 days at a warm temperature. Strain off tea and place in the fridge to cool. Once cold it is ready to drink. During the fermentation the Kombucha microorganisms metabolizes the sugar in the tea. Most people used regular white refine sugar as it makes the best tasting Kombucha Tea. Other types of “real” sugars can be used.

Detailed instructions are sent with each order. I also give personal support both by email and telephone. I ask that my customers email or call me rather than seek information about Kombucha on the Internet as too much confusing misinformation is now prevalent.

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Kombucha when home-brewed is very inexpensive to make costing under $1.00 per gallon. Do not assume this minor cost is an indication of its value as potent natural remedy; nothing could be further from the truth. You can buy it commercially bottle but it is expensive, costing as much as $4.00 for a small bottle. You will SAVE a lot of money by making your own delicious tea. It is not necessary that you pay the ridiculous high prices, to get you started, that others sell a single hyped mushroom for.

It is so easy to make, a 5-year-old child could make it! No need to buy expensive kits or How to Courses now being sold on the Internet. Everything you need to make this extraordinary beverage you probably already have in your home or can easily find locally at minor cost.

Cultures, needed to get you started, are inexpensive! At a discount price of only $11.00 each plus S & H you can buy two (2) cultures for $22.00. I recommend that you get two (2) cultures so that you can give the 2nd culture to a friend after you have successfully brewed your 1st batch. They will thank you greatly! Also, my cultures have a one time free replacement guarantee when you buy two or more. If for some reason you should need replacement cultures I send them to you for free, paying only for S & H costs. This offer is not retroactive prior to October 1st, 2010 and does not apply to single (1) culture order.

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If you wish to share with more friends or relatives four cultures can be purchased for $7.25 each, or six cultures or more for $6.50 each.

I can provide you with a single culture for only $16.00 plus S&H. if you have no desire to buy more.

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