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This post was edited by ExileMick at 2014-5-17 09:06|
About ten years ago, I felt something was wrong somewhere near my stomach. There seemed to be something there that wasn't there before. Slowly, it moved higher and, when I noticed that I needed to eat less food to feel full, I consulted a doctor and was diagnosed with a tumour in my intestines. Whilst waiting for an operation, I began brewing Kombucha again. (I had enjoyed it for a long time some years before.) A few weeks later, I passed the tumour out in the toilet. The doctors were amazed but refused to believe that the Kombucha had had any effect.
Four years ago, I began suffering some swelling and incredible pains in my feet. These were the worst pains that I have ever endured. Soon, my hands also began to have the same terrible pain and swelling. I was diagnosed with gout and prescribed some medicine. Unfortunately, the medication had only a minimal effect so I started brewing Kombucha again. Within a short time, the pain lessened and the swelling was reduced. A month or so later and I was back to normal.
I have given Kombucha to friends who suffer with eczema and psoriasis, both of whom have benefited immensely. I'm not sure how this stuff works, I just know that it does! Google 'Kombucha', you'll see more than a million replies.
I would like to try some 'Winter Worm, Summer Grass' as I've heard that it can be very good for health but the cost is prohibitive. I don't want to use the commercially produced stuff, I want to try the real thing! Does anyone know of a field near Chongqing where I could go and dig some up for myself?