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Bee Present Wellness

309 Third St.

New Cumberland, Pennsylvania 17070

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What is Kombucha?! You may ask.... In this super fun and delicious workshop William Padilla-Brown will be teaching us how to make it!

Kombucha is refreshing and effervescent probiotic drink. Originating in ancient Asia this beneficial living tea can now be found at a local grocery and health food stores. Kombucha is very easy, and safe to make at home. With simple common household items, and a small amount of cabinet space you can begin fermenting your own delicious, and unique flavors of Kombucha. Dive into the History of Human interaction with this Living Beverage, Followed by a Demonstration on fermenting tea, and maintaining your SCOBY (Symbiotic Culture of Bacteria and Yeast).

Why Probiotics?
Scientists are learning more each day about the role of microbes in keeping people healthy and the multitude of health benefits associated with consuming the right type and levels of probiotic microbes.

Research has suggested that probiotic bacteria can:

  • Improve digestive function
  • Help with side effects of antibiotic therapy
  • Help reduce the risk of certain acute common infectious diseases
  • Improve tolerance to lactose
  • Enhance immune function

Some studies also report that certain probiotics can play a role in reducing the development of allergy in children, decrease Helicobacter pylori colonization of the stomach and manage relapse of some inflammatory bowel conditions.
~ From the California Dairy Research Foundation

In closing we will Enjoy a few Flavors of Home Made Kombucha! SCOBYs are included first come first serve with your registration. If extras are available you may purchase them, this way you may start fermenting away your Kombucha!

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