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  • Sara

    Top 5 Other Uses for Kombucha SCOBYs, when your SCOBY hotel gets full...Skin - living band-aids - compost - pets

  • Mary Biehl

    Interesting uses for excess Kombucha Scobys. This article tells how the Acetobacter Xylinum in them sends out microfibrils which create a cellulose mat, helping your body to heal quickly.

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    Uses for Kombucha cultures

  • Sarah Ballantyne

    Ideas of what to do with extra those kombucha scobies (I tried eating one and they are not yummy).

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Kombucha SCOBY can be used as a living Band-Aid! You can use pieces of the culture topically to speed healing of cuts, burns and other wounds. Cut a piece to size and hold in place with a bandage wrap. It will sting a bit, much like iodine. The pH of the culture inhibits the growth of harmful organisms. • The bacteria send out microfibrils which are filament strands that link up with those of other bacteria creating a nano-structure that thickens over time.

How to Create a Scoby Hotel | Kombucha is a social beverage in more ways than one! Every batch produces new growth on your scoby, and this can be peeled off and shared with a friend, too. If you brew and drink kombucha often, you'll be nothing short of overrun! I recently found myself in such a predicament -- completely overrun -- and then I discovered the scoby hotel. |

what to do with those extra scobys

Got kombucha? You can do more than just drink it! Bonus: 3 uses for extra SCOBYs!

SCOBY Snacks Anyone? LOL! I knew it! We can eat them and make them good! Yes! When I start making kombucha, I'll be doing this for sure! :)

this post is about extra comments for good ideas for healthy dogs, anti-bacterial uses.....

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SCOBY Hotel – VIDEO QUICK TIP!>>how and whereto properly store your scoby mama while you're on a fermenting hiatus, or have extra scoby-babies.