Benefits Of Kombucha Tea

The benefits of Kombucha has been a controversial topic. Because Kombucha offers a long list of benefits, it’s inevitable for some skepticism to rise. What we know about Kombucha to this day and this are scientifically proven. So we know the fermented drink contains vitamins B1 (thiamine), B6, and B12, all of which are known to help with depression, mood swings, and improve concentration levels. It also contains vitamin C, which suppresses the release of cortisol (one of the stress hormones). Drinking kombucha in the mornings instead of coffee could be your way to becoming dependent on caffeine. Not only does kombucha contain less amount of caffeine which is already beneficial to your body but the decrease in caffeine increases calm energy and focus.

While kombucha has traces of alcohol, these very low levels of alcohol have been proven to increase sense of well-being and decrease stress.

Kombucha can also help regulate the digestive system by increasing the acidity of the gut. Gut acidity is crucial for easing digestion and absorbing nutrients. Stress often causes for the gut to manifest itself as IBS or ulcers.

Kombucha has become a highly popular beverage industry in the most recent years, most markets offer wide selections of brands and flavors. Restaurants are adapting and now offering kombucha as an option and often have it on draft because of the high demand. Some of the most popular and successful brands include: Brew Dr. Kombucha, Kevita Master Brew Kombucha, Health Ade Kombucha, GT’s Enlightened Organic Raw Kombucha, among others.

The price of kombucha varies by brand but not by much. Most sellers are priced in the $3 – $5 range. Because the costs of kombucha can add up quickly, consumers are often on the lookout for discounts and coupons. Like most things, buying in bulk can significantly decreased costs.