kombucha tea


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Kombucha tea

an herbal remedy prepared by steeping a Kombucha "mushroom" in sweet black tea; the so-called mushroom is a symbiotic colony of many and varying species of yeast and bacteria generally grown by the users.

kombucha tea

A folk remedy made by fermenting tea in the Kombucha “mushroom, ” a culture composed of yeast and other microorganisms mixed with brewed sweetened green or black tea. The tea is promoted for its healthful effects but has not been studied formally. Some outbreaks of illness and occasional deaths have been associated with its consumption.
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When I began investigated the actual medicinal properties of kombucha tea, I was surprised.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommend that Kombucha tea not be prepared or stored in containers made from such materials as ceramic or lead crystal, both of which contain toxic elements that can leach into the highly acidic tea.
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There has never been a documented case of food poisoning from eating them, with the exception of home-brewed kombucha tea, which has been involved in some cases of serious illness related to unsanitary conditions.