A lemon is a type of small evergreen tree native to Asia, as well as the fruit produced by this tree. The fruit is used for culinary and non-culinary purposes throughout the world – primarily for its juice, though the pulp and rind (zest) are also used, primarily in cooking and baking. Lemons are a rich source of vitamin C and contain smaller amounts of several other vitamins and minerals. Their distinct, sharp, acidic taste makes them a popular ingredient in drinks and foods. 
We use real lemon juice in our Remedy bevvies as it's low in fermentable sugar, meaning we don't risk our bevvies refermenting and becoming alcoholic (we like to save that for our weekend vinos!) 


  • Lemon juice is an excellent source of Vitamin C, a potent antioxidant that may help to protect cells from damaging free radicals. It also supports immune function and enhances iron absorption in the body.

  • May aid in digestion. Some research indicates that the citric acid in lemons may help supplement the stomach's natural acids, which can improve digestion and nutrient absorption.

  • Several studies have suggested that lemon juice and its extracts may promote weight loss.


Remedy Kombucha Ginger Lemon 
Remedy Kombucha Raspberry Lemonade 
Remedy Kombucha Orange Squeeze 
Remedy Kombucha Wild Berry 
Remedy Kombucha Mango Passion 
Remedy Kombucha Passionfruit 
Remedy Kombucha Lemon Lime and Mint 
Remedy Sodaly Raspberry 
Remedy Sodaly Lemon Lime and Bitters 
Remedy KICK Lemon Lime 
Remedy Switchel ACV Blood Orange 
Remedy Immune+ Shot 
Remedy Digestion Shot 
Remedy Sleep Shot 


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Fukuchi, Y., Hiramitsu, M., Okada, M., Hayashi, S., Nabeno, Y., Osawa, T., & Naito, M. (2008). Lemon Polyphenols Suppress Diet-induced Obesity by Up-Regulation of mRNA Levels of the Enzymes Involved in β-Oxidation in Mouse White Adipose Tissue. Journal of Clinical Biochemistry and Nutrition, 43(3), 201–209. https://doi.org/10.3164/jcbn.2008066
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