Kombucha has become very popular in the past few years and is now commercially brewed however, brewing your own kombucha is not difficult to do IF you have a SCOBY. A SCOBY is an alien like looking thing which lives in the vessel you brew your kombucha. SCOBY stands for a Symbiotic Culture Of Bacteria and Yeast. When you brew kombucha, the SCOBY eats the caffeine from the tea and sugar which is added and grows a new layer. Eventually the SCOBY becomes too thick and layers need to be removed. So ask around on your local Facebook community forums if anyone has one available, or you can make your own from scratch. Watch our video HERE on how to do this.

Consume at least 200mls per day, starting with 100mls in the first week. You can mix kombucha with soda water and add stevia if required or just enjoy it by itself.

Why Kombucha is good for us


Kombucha is a delicious, tangy fermented tea drink which improves your gut flora and balances good and bad bacteria in your gut, aiding digestion and boosting your body’s own immune system.

Balancing your gut flora is one of the most important and most significant things you can do to improve your health and give your body the best chances of fighting illnesses and disease from within.

Your gut is only able to absorb the nutrients from the foods you eat, IF it has a healthy gut microbiome. Meaning a good mix of good bacteria and flora. Even if you have the best diet, if your gut health is poor, your body can still become malnourished. One startling fact is that 70% of our body’s immunity, comes from our gut. So many sicknesses, even depression can originate from our gut and helping increase good bacteria in our gut, can be as simple as having a drink of delicious kombucha every day or eating some fermented foods like sauerkraut or kim chi.

Studies have demonstrated that kombucha significantly decreases the survival of prostrate cancer cells by downregulating the expression of angiogenesis stimulators.

In test-tube studies, kombucha helped prevent the growth and spread of cancerous cells due to its high concentration of tea polyphenols and antioxidants.

Kombucha is far more than just a refreshing drink, it helps improve digestion and manage diabetes, strengthens the immune system, reduces blood pressure and helps detox our body. It’s also been shown to help rheumatism, gout, haemorrhoids and liver function.