Kombucha, Peach
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Kombucha, Peach

$3.99  355mL
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Kombucha, Peach
Local
Certified Organic
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Description

Peach Tonica is a fab skin tonic.

Lightly carbonated, Tonica's raw enzyme rich kombucha base combines with the hydrating properties of our peach extract, petals, leaves and herbs to promote a dewy, youthful glow.

Peaches have been shown to contain several minerals as well as Vitamin A & C, which play an active role in regenerating skin tissue. Promoting collagen and reducing wrinkles are just a few of the reasons why this was a no brainer as one of the Tonica family.

Tonica combines the enzyme rich organic kombucha base with rooibos tea (Rooibos is packed with 50x more anti-oxidants than green tea, making it a super beauty ingredient and an effective measure to prevent premature aging).   Into that incredible brew, Tonica steeps immune-boosting calendula petals, blackberry leaves and zesty ginger pieces.

This bright skin beauty blend is packed with live digestive enzymes as well as several strains of good bacteria and healthy yeasts, which occur naturally in Tonica's raw, living kombucha

Ingredients

Ingredients: Kombucha (Yeast & Bacteria Cultures), Cane Sugar*, Fermented Black Tea*, Rooibos Tea* Blackberry Leaves, Calendula Petals, Ginger, Natural Peach Extract*.

*Organic.

Maker

Tonica

Tonica Kombucha is a Canadian company that makes rejuvenating, raw and organic tonic - a modern twist of deliciousness spun from an ancient and healing beverage. With 100% raw digestive enzymes, totally natural, all organic ingredients and only 45 calories per bottle, Tonica Kombucha is the perfect boost for metabolism and natural energy. Plus Tonica’s liver cleansing properties make it a great helper after a late night out! From their small beginnings in their founding yogini’s kitchen to present day coolers in fine grocers across Canada, Tonica kombucha continues to be THE most nutritious and uplifting kombucha there is - just like back when it was first revered by the earliest monks of 221 BC.