Kombucha is a healthy beverage made from the fungus kombucha. It is made of gelatinous tough membrane in the shape of a flat disk. The fungus lives in a nutrient solution of tea and sugar, in which it is constantly multiplying. This solution is extremely rich in vitamin C, and when it comes to vitamins of the B group, it includes: B1, B2, B3, B6 and B12.
The most important ingredient this drink contains is glucuronic acid. This acid is also called the “chief cleaner” of the metabolism in the human body as well as cleaner of harmful substances we enter from the environment through food, air, water and more. The antibiotic component in kombucha is a liquid is acid with enhanced antibiotic and partly antiviral activity.
The list of diseases that can be treated with this fungus is long. It extends life span, prevents wrinkles, improves breathing, cleans blood vessels, strengthens leg muscles, strengthens weakened immunity, cleanses the blood, and softens, dissolves and cleans gallstones.