Drinking kombucha may help beautify your skin from the inside out, but it doesn’t have to stop there. We have created an Organic Kombucha Face Mask made from a probiotic culture and a choice blend of therapeutic...
3 things SCOBYs do that are normal! Is my SCOBY dead? Alive? Moldy? Sinking? Normal? We get it; it’s hard to know which sources to trust, especially when it comes to what we’re putting into our bodies!
As you continue to brew your booch you’ll end up with a new SCOBY after each batch. Wondering what you’re supposed to do with all those extra SCOBYs?! Here are a few ideas!
When it comes to starting your kombucha home brew there a few essential things you need: a couple supplies, a really good set of instructions, and most importantly, a SCOBY and starter liquid from a trusted source.
If you’re a kombucha brewer, you’ve definitely seen yeast before. We get lots of questions about what that brown stringy stuff is that’s floating around your brew or growing along the bottom of your SCOBY.
Mold - let’s talk about it. Everyone is afraid of growing mold on their SCOBY. The truth is, when we first started home brewing kombucha we had that fear too!
Think you’ve got some mold growing on your SCOBY? Take a deep breath, don’t panic. We’re here to help!
You took the leap and now you’re up and running with your home brew. While you saw first hand how easy it really was, we know you can’t help but have some questions.
Turns out this world is filled with many nutrient loving species, and your indoor and outdoor plants can benefit from the nutrition and pH of SCOBYs and kombucha!