Kombucha is a nourishing beverage, full of B vitamins. It helps your body deal with stress. Kombucha benefits are over the top! You can make Kombucha easily at home from simple ingredients that you probably already have on hand. Tea, filtered water, and sugar are the main ingredients, and a kombucha starter. You can reuse your Kombucha starter and kombucha scoby over and over again, for subsequent batches of Kombucha. Follow these steps so that you can always have this healthful drink on hand, for pennies a glass.
- Chris Dalziel
There’s intrinsic JOY in creating something substantial with your own hands. Whether that’s baking a loaf of bread, creating a meal from scratch, rolling beeswax candles, creating an herbal salve, growing a garden, or making something more substantial. And it’s a JOY that’s missing from the lives of many women. Chris is a teacher, author, gardener, and herbalist with 30+ years’ of growing herbs and formulating herbal remedies, skin care products, soaps, and candles. She teaches workshops and writes extensively about gardening, crafts, scratch cooking, fermentation, medicinal herbs, and traditional skills on her blog at JoybileeFarm.com. Chris is the author of the The Beginner’s Book of Essential Oils, Learning to Use Your First 10 Essential Oils with Confidence and Homegrown Healing, from Seed to Apothecary. Her newest book, “The Beeswax Workshop, How to Make Your Own Natural Candles, Cosmetics, Cleaners, Soaps, Healing Balms and More” is available in December with Ulysses Press. Chris is a contributing writer to The Biblical Herbal Magazine, The FermenTools Blog, and the Attainable Sustainable blog. Her books are available on Amazon. Chris lives with her husband Robin in the mountains of British Columbia on a 140 acre ranch where they raise lamb. They have 3 adult children and 3 granddaughters.
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