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Original recipe

Original recipe

The Remedy story began with the Original recipe made the old-school way: in small batches using a long-aged brewing process.

Remedy has perfected their recipe and long-aged brewing process to ensure their kombucha is not only the healthiest but also tastiest. The flavour is slightly sweet and a little sour and makes for a great accompaniment to good food.

It's naturally free from sugar and chock-full of live cultures, organic acids and antioxidants that are good for your gut and overall wellbeing.

Live cultures improve gut health by:

Increasing the diversity of your gut flora, aka the good bugs that live in your gut to get things working as they should.

Preventing the growth of bag bugs that make you sick.

Supplying billions of microorganisms that are full of vitamins, minerals and fibre, which the healthy bacteria in your gut use as a food source to produce important metabolites for good health.

Good Magazine
2018-09-25T07:39:35+12:00
The Remedy story began with the Original recipe made the old-school way: in small batches using a long-aged brewing process. Remedy has perfected their recipe and long-aged brewing process to ensure their kombucha is not only the healthiest but also tastiest. The flavour is slightly sweet and a little sour and makes for a great accompaniment to good food. It's naturally free from sugar and chock-full of live cultures, organic acids and antioxidants that are good for your gut and overall wellbeing. Live cultures improve gut health by: Increasing the diversity of your gut flora, aka the good bugs that live in your gut to get things working as they should. Preventing the growth of bag bugs that make you sick. Supplying billions of microorganisms that are full of vitamins, minerals and fibre, which the healthy bacteria in your gut use as a food source to produce important metabolites for good health.
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