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The Winter Blahs

Many of us are familiar with that run-down feeling during the winter months in the northern hemisphere. Why is that so?

  • Our immune systems are sluggish due to lack of natural Vitamin D
  • There’s less sunlight, which means we don’t get as much Vitamin D-related natural energy
  • We feel more drained by being exposed to so many hours of darkness
  • We tend to stay indoors more, and suffer the loss of fresh, non-recycled air
  • We become more prone to illness due to confinement and congregation with others
  • We don’t sleep as much and tend to make unhealthy food choices
Synergy kombucha tea

This tea will help you with the winter blahs

Kombucha Tea: “The Immortal Health Elixir”

That’s what the Chinese have called this tasty beverage for over 2,000 years. It’s a tea that’s been fermented by a symbiotic colony of bacteria and yeast. You can make this wonderful brew yourself, or purchase it already made and ready to go.

Here are some of the health benefits:

  • A natural detoxifier
  • Contains glucosamines, which increase synovial hyaluronic acid production in the body, which in turn preserves joint cartilage
  • Decreases the pancreatic load and eases the burden on the liver
  • Helps with mental clarity and mood swings
  • Improves digestion due to the high probiotic levels
  • Prevents arthritic pain
  • Prevents degenerative disease
  • Prevents yeast overgrowth
  • Rich in enzyme and bacterial acids
  • Rich in antioxidants

We Rely on Fresh Thyme

We’re very fortunate to have a store called Fresh Thyme right down the street from our office that can provide you with an assortment of kombucha teas. My personal favorite is the Synergy brand, which has been making high-quality teas for many years.

Feeling run-down this winter? Make sure to get adjusted regularly and get in the habit of drinking kombucha tea — try one of the many flavors available!

Picture: A bottle of Synergy Kombucha Tea
Caption: This tea will help you with the winter blahs
Excerpt: Feeling run-down? Try this ancient tea.

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