For many pregnant women, drinking kombucha can be an excellent way to nourish your body. It can soothe the tummy and the mind, as well as give you a daily dose of bioavailable vitamins and minerals.
3 Things to Do if you Need to Take a Break from Brewing Kombucha: We get it, sometimes life just gets too busy and you can’t find the time for even your favorite hobby! The good news is kombucha is a hearty culture!
Since kombucha is made from just 3 ingredients: sugar, tea, and the SCOBY with starter liquid, it is both simple and important to source the highest quality ingredients!
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!
3 Ways Drinking Kombucha can naturally help reduce anxiety. Most of us have experienced anxiety at some point in our lives. Considering this crazy world we live in and the multitude of things vying for our time and attention, it's no wonder we are are often left feeling anxious. Reaching for a glass of kombucha may be exactly what your body needs to rebalance itself.
3 Reasons Why Homebrew is Superior: At the end of the day, we love kombucha, whether its store bought or home brewed, but take it from someone who has been drinking both for years - home brewed is INFINITELY better.
Before brewing our own Kombucha, we spent years (and lots of hard earned cash) buying our weekly supply of kombucha from the grocery store.
The key to good home brew kombucha totally depends on health and quality of your mother culture-- the Symbiotic Culture of Bacteria and Yeast that we call SCOBY. It is a cellulose disc that makes the fermentation process happen turning your sweet tea into kombucha.