Kombucha for feeling good and for DT's (1 Viewer)

Bedheadred

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I just wanted to share something with ya'll that I personally use and endorse. Kombucha is full of live cultures and probiotics which are SO GOOD FOR YOU. I know a lot of us eat out of the trash and shitty fast food kickdowns a lot and dumpster pizza, etc etc. Don't forget to give your body nice things. Kombucha is definitely more on the pricey side, $3-4 a bottle but I use my foodstamps to buy it and you can usually find good deals. Oh not to mention, if you're dt-ing or have a bad hangover kombucha will save your life and make you feel significantly better. What's your go to health thing, if you have one?
 
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I just wanted to share something with ya'll that I personally use and endorse. Kombucha is full of live cultures and probiotics which are SO GOOD FOR YOU. I know a lot of us eat out of the trash and shitty fast food kickdowns a lot and dumpster pizza, etc etc. Don't forget to give your body nice things. Kombucha is definitely more on the pricey side, $3-4 a bottle but I use my foodstamps to buy it and you can usually find good deals. Oh not to mention, if you're dt-ing or have a bad hangover kombucha will save your life and make you feel significantly better. What's your go to health thing, if you have one?
I just wanted to share something with ya'll that I personally use and endorse. Kombucha is full of live cultures and probiotics which are SO GOOD FOR YOU. I know a lot of us eat out of the trash and shitty fast food kickdowns a lot and dumpster pizza, etc etc. Don't forget to give your body nice things. Kombucha is definitely more on the pricey side, $3-4 a bottle but I use my foodstamps to buy it and you can usually find good deals. Oh not to mention, if you're dt-ing or have a bad hangover kombucha will save your life and make you feel significantly better. What's your go to health thing, if you have one?
I have heard about Kombucha, interesting the probiotics and also somewhat fermented from what I hear. Personally I'm really into drinking tea after a night of drinking or whatnot, and in general love tea. Also a fresh salad for when I have been lacking food, and not eating enough. It straight energizes you. Bananas too.
 
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I just wanted to share something with ya'll that I personally use and endorse. Kombucha is full of live cultures and probiotics which are SO GOOD FOR YOU. I know a lot of us eat out of the trash and shitty fast food kickdowns a lot and dumpster pizza, etc etc. Don't forget to give your body nice things. Kombucha is definitely more on the pricey side, $3-4 a bottle but I use my foodstamps to buy it and you can usually find good deals. Oh not to mention, if you're dt-ing or have a bad hangover kombucha will save your life and make you feel significantly better. What's your go to health thing, if you have one?

Lol this is awesome.. I really love your enthusiasm for Kombucha.. I discovered it like five or more years ago visiting my local jewel bs mart working north I never got to much into it;s tjbought ya few times a yea lil zis is zo crazy about it now.. evangelical bah////

my favorite probiotic though is KEFIR>...>>

just the Kahn in mE! lol
 
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@Odin i dont endorse many things but i was drinking some today and i was like damn i hope other travelers know about this stuff because whenever im feeling shitty or super tired and i drink a kombucha i feel so so much better. I also love kefir!! Probiotics for the win.
 

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@Bedheadred what I forgot to add in my previous post... before my afterwork ::cigar:: took me to la la dream land LoL ,,,,,

IS<<<< my lil p.i.a. sis actually makes a kombucha culture from scraftch or something, its this gnarly looking jelly disc... similar this google image Ha

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looks like mortified flesh offa floating corpse hehehe

Happy Halloween!!! ::drinkingbuddy::


Still like blueberry kefir... though kombucha does fizz nice. :)
 

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@Bedheadred what I forgot to add in my previous post... before my afterwork ::cigar:: took me to la la dream land LoL ,,,,,

IS<<<< my lil p.i.a. sis actually makes a kombucha culture from scraftch or something, its this gnarly looking jelly disc... similar this google image Ha

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looks like mortified flesh offa floating corpse hehehe

Happy Halloween!!! ::drinkingbuddy::


Still like blueberry kefir... though kombucha does fizz nice. :)
my ex used to make it at home also, those weird loking things are called "mothers" as if they didnt look alien enough.
 

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Squeeze the juice from a lime or a lemon and mix with water is rejuvenating as well.

I love Kombucha but I've found those gut shot drinks at Whole Paycheck to be more bang for the buck.

Also you can get canned sauerkraut for $1 at pretty much any grocery store, it is probiotic as well.

Supposedly a three day fast completely resets the gut bacteria.
 

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While I can't say I've noticed any "immediate" benefits from kombucha, I've been having a bottle a day and it's pretty much eliminated my lactose intolerance. Being able to eat some cheese pizza without severely regretting it was a really nice side effect that I was not expecting.
 
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I love kombucha.

I purchase soda flavored kombucha drinks from my local organic foods market. The soda flavored kombucha is great, I particularly enjoy the "root-beer" and "doctor pepper" flavors. I am not going to mention any brand names for obvious reasons, but I must admit that I enjoy the soda flavors much more than the natural flavor of most kombucha preparations. ( Though the natural flavor really isn't bad, I think of it as a kind of tangy, bitter, fermented flavor )

I am a vegetarian, near vegan, and in order to obtain proper daily percentages of protein, amino acids, vitamins, carbs, calories, minerals, and other essential nutrients I consume high calroie/carb/nutrient protein shakes. These shakes can be hard on the stomach, and kombucha really helps. I also suffer from chronic nausea, acid reflux, and poor appetite, I am even prescribed pharmaceutical nausea medications, however, these medications are ineffective and carry high risk of potentially harmful side effects, I have found medical cannabis and a daily kombucha drink to be been far more effective than any pharmaceuticals.
 

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