Kombucha is an ancient drink made from a sweetened tea or infusion and fermented by yeast and bacteria that offers probiotic qualities.
The consumption of kombucha has been associated with significant health benefits, namely in the improvement of the intestinal microbiota and the immune system. This is due to the presence of B vitamins (B1, B2, B6, B12), vitamin C and probiotics, which act as anti-inflammatories.
But there are multiple other benefits in the consumption of this tasty, refreshing and naturally sparkling drink such as preventing intestinal infections, reducing stress, fighting insomnia and decreasing menopausal symptoms.
Kombucha also stands out in preventing and restoring osteoarticular health, since it contains glucosamine and chondroitin in its constitution, important anti-inflammatory agents in the synthesis of collagen and combat the wear and tear of the joints.