The kombucha mushroom has been as a natural remedy in Asia and Russia for centuries. Its popularity as an "immortal health elixir" is constantly growing. According to studies carried out in Russia, the ingredients of the mushroom have expressed antibiotic and cleansing properties.
There is evidence that kombucha clears the blood, prevents the formation of intestinal gas, increases the number of T cells, strengthens the immune system, thickens the hair and maintains its color.
Kombucha contains many different organic acids (lactic, acetic, gluconic, glucuronic, malic acid, and ethanol), found in laboratory tests conducted in France; active enzymes (lactase and invertase), amino acids (which bind to mucopolysaccharides and form intercellular fluid, which acts as a "lubricant" in the joints.
The high content of glucuronic acid and vitamins B1, B2 and B6 make the kombucha mushroom a powerful therapeutic and refreshing agent.
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