As much as kombucha is known for it’s benefits… there are some side effects.
We spoke about some of them in other videos, but enough people were asking me about this specific question, so I thought to do a quick video to answer… and more importantly, provide the solution to the potential problem!
Well, kombucha is made with tea from camaillia senensis, which means it contains tannins.
Tannins are found in things like tea, like coffee, chocolate and yes. If you consume them over a long period of time, they will stain your teeth.
When you take this and the fact that kombucha also has a low ph level you can have a potential problem.
You see a low ph means that kombucha is acidic externally, which can also effect your teeth.
Remember, we need to keep in mind that a low ph of kombucha makes it acidic only externally, as once it is digested it alkalizes the body as it attaches to minerals… lemon juice and apple cider vinegar have similar effects.
Also, it is thanks to this low ph that kombucha is safe to brew at room temp (all that acetic acid READ ENTIRE POST