Kombucha Vinegar (Black Tea)
Kombucha Vinegar (Black Tea) . . .
Kombucha is a healing + detoxifying probiotic drink with a reputation for
healing many ailments + is renowned as an anti-aging treatment + secret
to retaining youthful looks. It is an effective chelator that removes
heavy metals + a wide range of other toxins from your body. Kombucha
improves your skin’s elasticity, tone + color; is a humectant
(moisturizer); is said to help treat psoriasis, eczema, acne, rashes + many
fungal infections + helps balance skin’s pH. This fermented tea is
considered an ancient elixir consumed for thousands of years by
civilizations all over the planet. Can be taken internally or applied topically.
Kombucha Vinegar is organic kombucha home-brewed + fermented over 60 days. This is the same raw vinegar used in our infamous Raw Kombucha Black soap + other holistic skin-food products.
Kombucha Vinegar contains acetic acid which cuts through the
gunk, stripping the dull hair + returning a natural sheen. Kombucha is gentler on the hair than apple
cider vinegar but just as effective; can also help thicken
hair, create healthy scalp + increase hair growth.
Kombucha Vinegar detoxifies skin, fortifies
with good bacteria, helps fight skin infections, softens skin + is an
astringent. Add some to your bath water + use a little on a cotton ball as a facial toner.
Kombucha Vinegar can be use in many of the same ways apple cider vinegar with the mother. Kombucha vinegar is said to be more mild + less acidic than ACV. Use our raw vinegar in salad dressings, marinades + also drinking a little with water may help minimize acid reflux.
Kombucha Vinegar can be used in your favorite handmade soap recipe.
Because our Kombucha Vinegar is raw, a SCOBY (symbiotic colony of bacteria + yeast) may form.
May contain .05% alcohol.
Ingredients: filtered water, organic cane sugar, organic black tea
net wt 17 oz (481.94 gr)
J. Lexi, LLC
For external use only.
Our products have not been reviewed by the FDA + are not intended for use in the diagnosis, cure, mitigation, treatment or prevention of disease.