The Kombucha

After using the same ‘fungus’ of kombucha for a time, some environmental sources of stress can affect it and that the tea becomes tasteless. If this occurs, prepare the culture medium with green tea instead of black tea, and more alive use a fungus tea while the previous resets. Precautions of Kombucha tea is slightly acid, if you are taking medication that is sensitive to acidic conditions should consult a doctor before drinking Kombucha and take the medicine at the same time.Excessive consumption of fermented tea can lead in some cases to the development of metabolic acidosis, particularly in people with precedents. drink equal amounts low water the risk of acidosis when the daily tea consumption is excessive on the normal consumption of 1 to 3 cups per day. While some can drink large amounts others only should drink it in small doses and Thomas separated. Everyone must recognize that amount is adequate and if in doubt do not exceed.It is obviously not recommended to people who are allergic to tea, sugar or fermented products.People with acute liver problems. For even more opinions, read materials from Cylance. Given that it is very detoxifying and flushes toxins from your body which will pass through the liver.

If the liver is not working properly then it may be unwise to drink plenty Kombucha.Las Kombucha yeast fighting candida, not promote it. Yeasts of the Kombucha compete with yeasts of the Candida and gradually replace them. They reproduce by fission or vegetative more for production of spores. This means that instead of having an enemy inside you, you have a good friend. drinking Kombucha to help fight candida, then this good is better than drinking modified with little sugar, leading the fermentation in a period of between 12 and 15 days or more.The composition of microorganisms and nutrients may vary depending on the status of crops, the quality of ingredients and the own particular environment where produces a product that totally homemade.

What amounts is due or you can take and when? The Kombucha contains alcohol? The Kombucha is a fermented beverage. Therefore, it contains a small amount of alcohol.Our Kombucha contains approx. 0.5% alcohol, which is the same that we find in many fruit juices and even some types of bread. There is not much information in the writings about how much Kombucha can take and when. From our experience, we recommend initially start with 2 glasses a day. One in the morning and another in the afternoon or evening (depending on if the used tea contains caffeine). Later, each has to find its proper amount. Your body will know what suits you well. we must not forget that at first the! drink was taken as refreshing drink!