It’s now been a few years since the Kombucha craze has made its presence felt in India. Yet, most of us are fairly skeptical about it. One often finds themselves questioning the need for kombucha to fit into their lifestyle. Well, this is about answering all those questions for you! Origin of Kombucha Let’s go back to the roots of Kombucha, where it all began! Mind you, like every other ancient finding, this one has it’s fair share of origin stories too! Let’s start with Japa
If you’ve ever consumed kombucha, you’ve most likely felt a short buzz of energy. I for one, definitely have. Unfortunately, it lasts for a really short time. I get a mini rush/buzz or call it whatever you like, but drinking kombucha makes me feel good! There are a lot of questions up in the air about the reason behind this buzz or rush of energy. I too wasn’t sure. Some people believe it’s the minuscule amounts of alcohol but it isn’t that. I’ll tell you where it comes from!
Recently introduced to the Indian market, kombucha is still something people have many misconceptions about. This article is to break all those stereotypes and myths that kombucha comes with! Myth 1: Kombucha is high in caffeine Reality: Kombucha only has around 1/3rd the caffeine as compared to the tea that it’s made from. During the fermentation process, the bacteria and yeast actually consume some amounts of the caffeine, therefore, leaving a residual amount. A general sta