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Di’s living probiotics

Di’s Living Probiotic Soda

Di’s Living Probiotic Soda

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A UNIQUE and therapeutic probiotic tonic made of kvass,   Lacto-fermented for at least ten days along with Jun Tea, fermented on SCOBY for five days.  Then fused together as a second ferment, bottled into recycled sterilised bottles of various sizes. (Council approved) Current Sunshine Coast manufacturers food licence.

You may be familiar with the term probiotic, which means “for life” (pro = for and biotic = relating to life). Alas, fermented foods are alive.

A medicine made with real food offering a treasure trove of goodness, loaded with probiotics & immune & neurological supportive B vitamins as well as naturally occurring betaine to help reduce inflammation whilst protecting our cells from oxidative stress and free radical damage. It's a great way to add balance to your diet, and a delicious way to support your overall health and wellbeing.


Probiotics are beneficial bacteria that promote a healthy gut, which is important for your overall health, especially your immune system.

Fermented fruits and vegetables can be used as a potential source of probiotics as they harbour several lactic acid bacteria such as Lactobacillus plantarum, L. pentosus, L. brevis, L. acidophilus, L. fermentum, Leuconostoc fallax, and L. mesenteroides. As a whole, the traditionally fermented fruits and vegetables not only serve as food supplements but also attribute towards health benefits.


Di’s kvass (mixed with Jun Tea) offers an innovative blend of fruit, vegetables, herbs, spices and medicinal kvass for a delicious and nutritious health-boosting tonic. With its high probiotic content, it’s the perfect way to get your daily dose of beneficial bacteria. Enjoy the health benefits of this unique brew today!


Jun tea is a naturally effervescent fermented tonic made with green tea and raw honey. It's related to kombucha and, like kombucha, you need a SCOBY (symbiotic culture of bacteria and yeast) to brew jun.
Jun is known as the champagne of kombucha.  Feeding the SCOBY with natural honey (instead of the cane sugar used in kombucha) has the added bonus of mineralizing the tonic and added strains of probiotics. Jun is typically fizzier and less acidic. and can contain up to 2% alcohol.

Modern day Tibet is the most likely origin of Jun, with suggested use by Bon Monks that live there to this day.

Jun contains a multitude of live enzymes and acids and loads of B vitamins essential to health and energy.
Jun is also said to build defenses against allergens (thanks to the honey.

Most Jun brews are dominated by the probiotic Bacillus coagulans or bacteria capable of fermentation including Lactobacillus nagelii, Gluconacetobacter, Gluconobacter, and Komagataeibacter species.

Jun and Di’s other fermented foods are full of antioxidants and probiotics, or live bacteria, that boost the health of intestinal cells, improve immune function and aid in food digestion. Jun acts as a filter, detoxifying your body from the residue left behind in the organs from processed food and aiding in the removal of free radicals. The antioxidants contained in Jun, can kill harmful bacteria, and may help fight several diseases.

Jun is suitable for the GAPS diet and other diets that restrict cane sugar but allow for honey.

Reports suggest that Jun or Di's Living Probiotic Soda can aid individuals with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and bloating in reducing symptoms. Although it is not a complete treatment, Jun may be beneficial.

 The average Jun brew contains about 15 mg of caffeine per 440 ml.  





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