Kombucha Tea

What other names is Kombucha Tea known by?

Algue de Thé, Champagne of Life, Champignon de la Charité, Champignon des Héros, Champignon de Longue Vie, Champignon Miracle, Combucha Tea, Dr. Sklenar's Kombucha Mushroom Infusion, Kombucha Thé, Laminaire de Thé, Mushroom Infusion, Fungus Japonicus, Kargasok Tea, Kombucha, Kombucha Mushroom Tea, Kwassan, Manchurian Fungus, Manchurian Mushroom Tea, Petite Mère Japonaise, Spumonto, T'Chai from the Sea, Té de Kombucha, Thé de Combucha, Thé de Kombucha, Tschambucco.

What is Kombucha Tea?

Kombucha is derived from the fermentation of yeast and bacteria with black tea, sugar, and other ingredients. The resulting liquid is called kombucha tea. People use it as medicine.

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