Deborah Wellness Center

Deborah Wellness Center is well know for its message therapy and its the producer of the Kumbucha Herbal Juice. Contact now.
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Name DEBORAH WELLNESS CENTER Postal Address P.O.Box GP 22588 Accra.
Description Massage Therapy-Kombucha Juice Location Address The Maestro Plazza-Pig Farm
Year of Establishment 2013 Tel/fax 0549-52-18-90 / 0267-01-28-82
Business Type Health-Beauty-Cosmetics Email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Product Details
Product Description

Kombucha is a type of yeast, although it is sometimes described incorrectly as a mushroom. Kombucha tea is made by fermenting kombucha and bacteria with black tea, sugar, and other ingredients. People use kombucha tea as medicine, but there is no scientific evidence that it is an effective treatment for any condition. Kombucha tea is used for memory loss, premenstrual syndrome (PMS), joint pain(rheumatism), aging, loss of appetite, AIDS, cancer, high blood pressure, constipation,arthritis, and hair regrowth. It is also used for increasing white cell (T-cell) counts, boosting the immune system, and strengthening the metabolism. Some people apply kombucha tea directly to the skin for pain.

How does it work?

Kombucha tea contains alcohol, vinegar, B vitamins, caffeine, sugar, and other substances.However, there isn't enough evidence to know how kombucha tea might work for medicinal uses.Beverages referred to as kombucha originated around 5,000 years ago in China, though the English word can only be traced to 1991 and is of uncertain etymology.

Historically, kombucha has been home-brewed or locally brewed; in the late 1990s, commercially bottled kombucha became available in North American retail stores. It is known in Chinese as chájūn (茶菌), Japanese as kōcha-kinoko (紅茶キノコ), Korean as hongchabeoseotcha (홍차버섯차) and Russian as chaynyy grib (чайный гриб).

Packaging BOTTLED
Unit Cost GHc 5.00
Sales unit 1L in Brown Colours


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