Kombucha & how to pronounce it

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  1. It’s funny to see multiple postings today about kombucha…I just got my first batch done today! As a newbie to booch and kefir, I have a question. Is it possible to drink too much?

    1. Very exciting! I am in love with kombucha.

      You can definitely drink too much. Both can cause significant detox and healing reactions, so I would start very slowly with 1 teaspoon per day and then move up every 3-4 days if you don’t notice any reactions. It will give your liver time to clear any toxins and keep you from getting ill from toxin overload. Both are also some of the best gut cleansers we have access to in the food world, so they are definitely worth sticking with when people aren’t suffering from histamine overload and allergies to those foods.

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