kombucha digestive health
​The fermentation process within the making of kombucha leads to formation of a colony of live bacteria and yeast. As unappetizing as this may sound, these bacteria and yeast, otherwise known as probiotics, are powerful agents in improving digestive health.

​Probiotics aid in digestion of food, protection against harmful microorganisms, and production of vitamins that are essential to our functioning. 


​In addition to improving absorption of certain nutrients, probiotics can also aid in reducing inflammation throughout the digestive tract. Moreover, kombucha contains polyphenols, which are anti-oxidants that can reduce inflammation throughout the body. The anti-inflammatory properties of kombucha can make it especially helpful for individuals with Inflammatory Bowel Syndrome (IBS), which has been shown by research to be alleviated through the use of probiotics.  


​The anti-oxidants contained in kombucha can also help the liver to break down toxins by eliminating free radicals, which are reactive molecules that lead to cellular damage. Animal studies show that toxicity of the liver can be reduced by up to 70% by kombucha. These effects are especially powerful when green tea is used to make kombucha
detox by drinking kombucha


natural method to improve immune system
​Kombucha’s nutritional profile also includes a healthy dose of vitamins B1, B6, B12, and C. These vitamins can collectively aid in boosting immunity. Additionally, one of the biproducts of kombucha’s fermentation is acetic acid.

​This acid can prevent infections by killing harmful microorganisms and bacteria in the environment. Animal studies have shown that the antibiotic properties of kombucha are strong enough that they may even show promise as an alternative to antibiotic growth promoters in livestock. 


​The B vitamins found in kombucha are essential to our circulation because of their aid in red blood cell production. Moreover, kombucha also contains the heart healthy benefits experienced by tea-drinkers, including reduced blood pressure and reduced risk of heart disease. As is the case with its immune-boosting properties, kombucha’s heart healthy properties are also stronger when it is made from green tea. Studies show that heart disease risk is reduced by 31% in green tea drinkers compared to those who don’t consume the drink. 

Final Thought

Despite these impressive health benefits, drinking kombucha does have important side effects to consider. If prepared improperly, levels of bacteria can turn toxic and mold can begin to grow. For best results, buy kombucha from a reputable company unless you are an expert in home brewing, and consume before the expiration date.  
brew your own kombucha
And for those that have the knowledge and experience in brewing your own kombucha, we have the perfect porcelain beverage dispenser to get you started. 

Our beverage dispenser comes in a variety of designs to suit your desire. Our dispenser is made out of high quality porcelain and our lead-free product is thick and durable. It is the perfect storage container to start brewing your own kombucha. We also have stands, lids, and other accessories to compliment the dispenser. 


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