Kombucha is a cultured tea that cleanses your body and has been proven to get rid of a many of different health problems. At the same time, It is a delicious beverage and is easily made.
Similar to kefir, you will want to experiment with different recipes or ways of culturing it. The more you experiment, the better you will become when making kombucha tea.
Very limited studies have been conducted on Kefir. This is also true for Kombucha tea. They both have many claims for their health benefits but I would gladly tell anyone not to rely on these solely to cure their health problems. Taken with a healthy, nutritious, well balanced diet, Kefir and Kombucha will do you wonders.
The primary benefit of drinking kombucha tea is that it detoxifies your blood and starts cleansing your intestinal tract immediately. It helps restore your intestinal flora, restore balance to your immune system and makes your body heal itself. If you keep going to the bathroom within the next couple of weeks, stop taking kombucha.
So can you take both? I suggest that you don’t. Pick one ore the other, but from all of what I’ve heard over the years, sticking with Kefir is the better choice. Aside from the taste being more acceptable to people I surveyed, kefir boasts more health benefits and good bacteria strains compared to Kombucha.
I still highly recommend that you take a look at Kombucha vs. Kefir. Then you can decide for yourself.