KOMBUCHA ~ The health beverage popular like soda!

Updated: Sep 4

"Seriously.... WHAT IS FLOATING IN IT?"

Kombucha is a tangy, fizzy and refreshing fermented tea

It is kind of like a healthy pop, since it is carbonated and can have all sorts of different flavours.


Trendiness has brought kombucha to most grocery stores, Walmart's and Costcos. Just remember to look for the bottle to say "raw" or "unpasteurized", otherwise there will be not probiotic health benefit. To find unique flavours, unfiltered and small batched brews check your local health food stores and organic grocers. Also, it is really fun to make at home, shown here.


I consume a bottle of kombucha whenever a fancy flavour crosses my path, or during the summer months when we make it fresh in our home.

Other than that, I find myself scouting it out when I am bogged down, in need of a boost of energy, feel kind of toxic or if I feel like I have come in contact with some nasty germs or someone sick.

I have also found great success with ginger kombucha tackling an upset stomach, gas cramping and monthly cramping followed by lots of fresh water.


  • As long as kombucha is consumed raw and unpasteurized there will be bacteria, enzymes and antioxidants that will benefit our body. The systems that may be benefitted are digestive, immune, hormone, circulatory and nervous systems. Still not sure about the importance of a balanced microbiome? Links below!

  • In Ayurveda (Indian Medicine) it is believed that we can squash cravings by satisfying all 6 tastes at and around meal times. The 6 tastes are sweet, sour, salty, bitter, pungent, and astringent. Kombucha is both sour, astringent and depending on the flavour process can be somewhat sweet. That means kombucha can be effective in curbing cravings, weight-loss and boosting metabolism in-between and around meals.

  • Camellia sinensis is the tea plant. Did you know that green, black, oolong and white tea are all derived from the same plant? They are harvested at different times and dried / processed depending on the desired outcome. Tea is stimulating, boosts detoxification, aids digestion and contains various nutrients that benefit the body overall. Kombucha is fermented tea!

HOW TO MAKE KOMBUCHA AT HOME- our blog post here.


I personally love the taste of kombucha, my Brother and many of my friends do as well. It is easy for me to sit down and finish a whole bottle of kombucha with a smile. Since we began brewing it at home, we drink it frequently working outside in the garden.