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How to Make Kombucha at Home

* Save time and money–brew your own kombucha at home
* Ideal for first time users
* A powerful source of probiotics and antioxidants

Known as the “Immortal Health Elixir” by the Chinese and originating in the Far East around 2,000 years ago, kombucha – a fermented beverage consisting of black tea and sugar – is rich in probiotics and antioxidants known to promote many health benefits for your gut, heart and brain.

If you’re an avid drinker of kombucha you might want to consider making your own; because let’s face it, those store-bought bottles ain’t cheap. Now you can save time and money by making your own nourishing kombucha in the comfort of your own home with the Kombucha Starter Kit from Get Kombucha.

The Kombucha Starter Kit comes fully loaded with all the ingredients needed to brew your first batch of great tasting kombucha right in your very own kitchen. For those new to the product or have never brewed before, Get Kombucha will take the intimidation out of the process thanks to their easy-to-follow instructions and access to their private online support community.

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The kit contains a generous supply of loose leaf tea for brewing multiple batches. organic cane sugar, one SCOBY (basically a fermented kick starter for your batch), several fabric covers along with rubber bands to secure the covers to the top of your fermentation jar. The jar isn’t included but you can get


Give the gift of health to a friend or family member so they can experience the wonders and benefits of brewing their very own kombucha. The company says using the kit works out to about 19 cents a serving, versus $4-6 per bottle of kombucha in stores.

For those who want to expand their kombucha brewing experience, check out Get Kombucha’s other products including Brewmaster Select and Kombucha On Tap.

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