Later, while working with Kombucha cultures, I noticed a recurrence of some of the rash I experienced from the poison oak. Not as bad, but still a bit itchy. This is an example of Kombucha Side Effects.
These symptoms would emerge and recede, and each time, they would be a little less intense until eventually they disappeared altogether.
What I realized over time was that the Kombucha culture had literally sucked those toxins out of my body, and while the healing process involved a little discomfort, those poisons are now gone forever instead of lingering in my body, dragging me down a little at a time.
That’s an example of dramatic and obvious detoxification, but most of the time the Kombucha detox is not seen but only felt in the form of a headache, body aches, sore throat or any number of mild reactions that are typical of a Herxheimer Reaction.
Kombucha Side Effects VIDEO:
Detoxification of Poison Oak Rash
with Hannah Crum the Kombucha Mamma
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