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Kombucha Tea Clinical Trials - Detoxes The Liver And Provides Life-giving Nourishment To Cure Numerous Diseases

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Kombucha tea is known as the ‘tea of immortality’ and has been hailed as a miracle cure-all for over 2000 years. It is a living health drink that is made by fermenting a symbiotic colony of bacteria and yeast (SCOBY) in sweetened tea to release all sorts of life-giving compounds such as vitamin C, vitamin D, amino acids, enzymes and probiotics. Advocates of Kombucha tea claim that it helps with a wide range of conditions including arthritis, gout, hemorrhoids, constipation, diabetes, cancer and HIV. Commonly known as ‘mushroom tea’ due to the pancake-shaped culture that sits atop the tea during the fermentation process, Kombucha has become the number one health drink of celebrities and health enthusiasts around the globe.

Kombucha Tea Health Benefits

Those who regularly drink Kombucha claim it improves energy levels, boosts immunity, improves concentration and prevents common colds and flus. It has been found to have antibacterial, antifungal and antiviral properties making it a wonderful alternative to flu shots and other toxic preventative medicines. Many people drink the tea for its powerful detoxing effects on the body as it contains organic acids that cleanse the liver and digestive system such as glucuronic acid, lactic acid, acetic acid, butyric acid, malic acid and oxalic acid.

Clinical Trials Performed on Kombucha Tea

A study performed at the Department of Life Sciences & Biotechnology, Jadavpur University, attempted to measure the effects of Kombucha tea in attenuating oxidative stress mediated tissue damage in alloxan induced diabetic rats. Researchers found that Kombucha tea showed “significant antidiabetic potential of the fermented beverage (150 mg lyophilized extract/kg body weight for 14 days) as it effectively restored ALX-induced pathophysiological changes.”

Researchers at the College of Engineering, China Agricultural University examined the hepaprotective (liver protecting) effects of Kombucha on laboratory mice. The trial found that a particular strain of Kombucha bacteria (Gluconacetobacter sp. A4) offered protection against acetaminophen-induced liver injury in mice. READ THE FULL STORY HERE:

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