What is Bumble Brew?
What is Kombucha?
Kombucha is a refreshing and revitalizing probiotic tea that has been brewed for centuries all over Easter Europe, China, Russia and Japan. Made by fermenting tea using sugar and a live culture referred to as a “SCOBY” (Symbiotic Colony of Bacteria and Yeast), this invigorating beverage is PACKED with billions of live probiotics, enzymes, b-vitamins, beneficial acids and antioxidants. It is no wonder why Kombucha was referred to as the “Elixir of Immortality” by the ancients!
What makes Bumble Brew different?
Bumble Brew is a type of Kombucha called JUN. Having originated from Tibet, JUN Kombucha makes use of only GREEN TEA and a special type of culture that has been adapted to using RAW HONEY instead of sugar to ferment tea into a beverage that is lower in calories yet higher in health!
Light, balanced and naturally effervescent, it comes to no surprise that JUN is commonly referred to as the “Champagne of Kombuchas!”
JUN Kombucha gets a lot of praise for its many health benefits. It aids in digestion, detoxifies the body, increases energy, boosts metabolism and so much more. If you’re wondering how this is possible, you have to understand how this bubbly beverage works. It doesn’t just alleviate symptoms of disease but empowers the body to heal the root cause.
Often times, we focus too much on finding that magic pill that will cure the bothersome symptoms we experience such as digestive issues, fatigue, insomnia, acne or even mood swings, when we should be questioning why we experience these symptoms in the first place.
Physiological imbalances and degradation due to the toxic word we live in brings havoc to our gut which comprises 80% of our immune system! The sad truth is that in our day and age, many of us suffer from a sickly, imbalanced gut without even realizing it. We have what we consider ‘good digestion’ but the importance of our gut extends far beyond what we may think. It is responsible for nutrient absorption and prevents toxic substances from entering into our bloodstream. It is thus interconnected and vital to all systems in our body.
This is why it’s so important to give our gut the nourishment it needs to do its number one job—help us thrive from the inside out!
Bumble Brew JUN Kombucha can help you do just that! It is a fusion of some of the most healing foods out there—organic premium green tea, RAW honey and fresh produce and spices! The nutrients and beneficial bacteria found in these foods are then amplified through the fermentation process, taking the already outstanding nutritional value to a whole new level! A bottle of Bumble Brew is buzzing with probiotics, enzymes, beneficial acids, B vitamins and antioxidants. It rebalances the body by repopulating the gut with beneficial bacteria, nourishing you to optimal health and vitality!
What is the lifespan for a bottle of Bumble Brew?
JUN Kombucha does not go bad! However, because it is a RAW drink packed with live beneficial bacteria, it does continue to ferment. This causes it to taste more sour over time. The good news is that it does so at a MUCH slower pace when refrigerated and can taste great for up to around 3 months, depending on your liking.
How much Bumble Brew can I take in one day?
Everyone is different. Some can take the entire bottle in one go. However, if you are new to taking probiotics or feel like your body is extra toxic, we recommend starting slow with 4 to 8 ounces twice a day. Increase the amount you take daily depending on how your body feels. We recommend taking 1-2 bottles a day although some feel great taking 3! Remember, it’s better to take a smaller amount daily than a ton every once in a while.
When is the best time to take JUN Kombucha?
The best time to take JUN Kombucha is on an empty stomach before breakfast. We recommend drinking lukewarm water first so as to not shock your body with a cold beverage first thing in the morning. JUN Kombucha can also be taken any time of the day. Some find it beneficial to take it 15-30 minutes before meals to help with digestion. Others prefer taking it before hitting the gym to give them that extra boost of energy!
What are those sediments that settle at the bottom of my bottle?
If you see sediments floating around or settling at the bottom of your bottle…that’s awesome! Those are beneficial yeasts and bacteria that you want to be drinking! Sorry friends, but these yeasts are completely different from the yeasts found in your favorite bottle of beer!
How do I see faster results?
Bumble Brew empowers your body to heal the root cause of disease by replenishing your gut with beneficial bacteria. However, it will have a hard time doing its job if you continue eating loads of ice cream, cake, bread and other carbohydrate-rich foods. This is because harmful bacteria feed and thrive on SUGAR. We recommend consuming these foods in moderation and increasing your consumption of healthy fats and vegetables.
Are there any side effects of drinking JUN Kombucha?
There are no known side-effects. However, some people experience temporary detox symptoms at first, such as loose bowels, food cravings, bloating and headaches. If you experience any of these symptoms when first drinking JUN Kombucha, it is most likely a sign that you have quite a lot of toxins and bad bacteria in your body. Avoid consuming sugar and carbs, get more sleep, and drink a lot of water to help flush all the nasty stuff out of your body! If these symptoms get too bothersome, decrease your intake of Bumble Brew, and then slowly increase the amount as your body craves more.
How much alcohol is in Bumble Brew?
A bottle of Bumble Brew typically contains less than 1% ABV although it may increase to 1.5% or more if kept unrefrigerated or unconsumed for too long.
Can JUN Kombucha be taken by children and pregnant women?
Many children and pregnant women benefit from drinking a smaller amount of JUN Kombucha (given the minimal alcohol content). However, it is important for pregnant women especially to consult with their doctor with any health-related questions, including whether to drink JUN Kombucha during their pregnancy.