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When sales in bottled water, sodas, energy drink dropped because of poor economy, there is this tea that sold a whooping $295 million last year. Have you heard of this tea known also as mushroom? This tea is shaped like a mushroom when the main organisms – yeast and bacteria – carry out fermentation.
Originally found in East Asia, mushroom tea has been known to cure cancer, have sufficient amount of vitamins such as vitamin B, boost immunity, improved digestion and liver function.
Reports have shown that enthusiastic drinkers of mushroom tea have experienced improvement in their complexion, weight loss, and decrease in hair loss. One significant statement comes from the founder of Synergy Kombucha, G.T. Dave. He claimed that his mother, who consumed only Kombucha, won her battle against cancer.
Ardent drinkers of Kombucha tea believe they are drinking a non-alcoholic beverage. But FDA found high alcohol content and recommends pasteurization.
What is Kombucha Tea?
Kombucha Tea is a living health tea that tastes like a dazzling apple cider and champagne depending on what kind of tea is being used. The name of the tea is said to have come from Japan in the year 415 D.
The country’s Emperor Inyko was treated by a Korean physician named Kombu or Kambu. When healed, the emperor named the tea after the physician’s name – “Kombu” and “cha” which means tea.
In spite of the enormous health benefits shared by frequent drinkers, Kombucha tea is still in question. Can mushroom tea really prevent cancer? The FDA has warned consumers to be careful when consuming this tea.
Kombucha tea controversy should be corrected. If not, the very essence which makes this tea appealing to its consumers will remain in question.
The only singer to have won multiple awards in Grammy, Emmy, MTV Video Music, MTV Movie, Peoples Choice, and Billboard Music Awards, chart seven consecutive number one Billboard Hot 100 Hits with over 200 million albums sold around the globe is dead.
Whitney Houston, only 48 was found unresponsive in her hotel room at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Saturday, February 11th by a member of her staff. She was declared dead at 3:55pm PST after paramedics tried CPR but failed.
Prior to her death, she was to attend Clive Davis’s annual party at the Beverly Hilton Hotel that evening. She even talked with Dionne Warwick, her cousin and to Cissy Houston, her mother about attending the said party.
The reason for Whitney Houston’s death is as yet known, but is not thought to be suspicious because there have been no signs of foul play. Ms. Houston has been through drug rehabilitation programs several times. She’s failed time and again to get clean. Local authorities are investigating the death.
The real issue behind Demi Moore’s frantic 911 call has not been resolved as of today. There have been insinuations that she had smoke “something” that smells like incense, according to one of Demi Moore’s friends.
Demi Moore’s frenzy 911 phone call lasts for about 10 minutes. While she was dizzy, her friends took over the phone. The 911 operator was trying at least seeking answers about any drugs or medications that Demi Moore might have taken prior to the incident. However, Moore’s friend didn’t have any idea as to what Demi might have consumed.
Before the frantic call, the 49 year old ex-wife of Bruce Willis had been in a birthday bash for one of her friends. People in the party already noticed Moore’s hyper mood behavior.
Demi Moore was Bruce Willis and Ashton Kutcher’s ex-wife.