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Zana Juices – The Most Impressive Drink I’ve Ever Seen

Zana Juices - The Most Impressive Drink I've Ever Seen

While shopping at my local organic market in New York City the other day, I spotted a drink that I had never seen before called Zana Juices. What immediately drew my attention wasn’t the large bottle size but rather its eye-popping price tag of $55 for 32 ounces. “$55 for what?” I asked myself. After […]

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While shopping at my local organic market in New York City the other day, I spotted a drink that I had never seen before called Zana Juices.

What immediately drew my attention wasn’t the large bottle size but rather its eye-popping price tag of $55 for 32 ounces.

“$55 for what?” I asked myself.

After several long conversations with company founder Thomas Corbett, I concluded that Zana Juices is the most impressive and mind-blowing drink I have come across. Ever.

WHAT IS ZANA JUICES?

Zana Juices is a fermented probiotic drink that contains organic vegetables, filtered water, and 15 different strains of beneficial bacteria. In each 3 ounce serving, there are 1 billion cells of beneficial bacteria.

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According to Thomas Corbett, most probiotics are grown in cow’s milk, soy milk or rice milk, and the white powder you see in most probiotics is the milk, soy, or rice it was grown in.

Additionally, almost all of these probiotics are not organic.

This means that the soy is likely to be genetically-modified, the milk could very well be from cows who were fed GMOs and injected with synthetic growth hormones, and the rice was probably sprayed with a cocktail of toxic chemicals. Given that so many supplements currently sitting on the shelves of health food stores contain GMOs (the popular ingredient maltodextrin is one prime example of this), the lack of purity in probiotics shouldn’t come as a big surprise.

Another key differential is that nearly all probiotics sitting on store shelves or in refrigerators are “freeze-dried”. While the cold does not kill the bacteria – it renders them dormant – they don’t become activated again until a certain period of time after entering a person’s body.

The probiotics in Zana Juices are fully alive and are never dormant, and they go to work immediately upon entering a person’s body.

THE VERY, VERY UNIQUE GROWING PROCESS

What makes Zana Juices so special is the way that the drink is produced.

Thomas Corbett grows all of his own vegetables, which means he knows exactly how and where they have been farmed.

But the real magic takes place in the soil. Traditional agriculture, with its toxic chemicals, has devastated the soil quality in our country and even the soil on organic farms, while better than conventional farms, is severely lacking.

That is why Thomas takes granite and five other rocks and crushes them into a powder. This powder is then mixed into the organic soil and provides all of the very important minerals that the soil and vegetables need but don’t have.

Thomas says that when he is planting each vegetable, the soil is tested in a laboratory under a microscope to determine whether it has the exact right combination of minerals and nutrients for that specific vegetable. A tomato, for example, might require different minerals than a green pepper. So, each vegetable will be grown in the most ideal and nutritious soil possible.

But wait, it gets better.

The farm is then flooded once a week with a liquid solution that contains the 15 different probiotic strains. The plants and bacteria end up eating both the soil and the powder from the rocks throughout the entire growing process. And the bacteria works its way into the inside of the plant.

This process is so powerful and the plants are so healthy that the carrots continue to grow throughout the winter, despite having ice and three feet of snow on top of them.

Once the vegetables are picked, they are added to filtered water and are sealed in a tight container until the fermentation process ends, which is roughly 3 to 4 weeks. The liquid is then strained and bottled for consumers.

SUCCESS STORIES

While Thomas Corbett makes absolutely no medical claims with this product, he said people have had unheard of results with Zana Juices. This includes complete reversal of terminal diseases such as mesothelioma, lung cancer, kidney failure, and diabetes.

In fact, the product was initially designed for his friend who had both mesothelioma and chronic fatigue syndrome. Most people live about one year with mesothelioma. Yet, Thomas Corbett’s friend lived 8 years – all because of Zana Juices – and he regained his health to such a degree that he quit retirement and resumed his career as a lawyer.

The most remarkable story that he shared with me was the one woman who was able to take herself off of the liver transplant list because her liver had completely regenerated itself.

I spoke with one person whose lungs and kidneys had completely shut down and he was on both a ventilator and dialysis. He started drinking the Zana Juices and within a very short period of time, both of these conditions completely went away.

Thomas Corbett said stories such as these happen all of the time.

“No one has ever said to me ‘I have taken probiotics and I cured myself from cancer’. But I know these diseases can be fixed. The endless number of testimonials speak for themselves.”

Interestingly, Thomas Corbett said that Dr. Brian Clement of the Hippocrates Health Institute, who is well-known for his amazing results through putting people on a raw vegan diet, was visiting Zana Juices just the other day and “was blown away” by what he saw.

(It is important to note these are not results from clinical trials but are merely stories from people who claim great success with this product.)

IN SUMMARY

The fact that Thomas Corbett is growing his own vegetables, crushing stones into a powder form to add to the soil, flooding the farm with a 15-strain probiotic solution, and looking at everything under a microscope indicates that an unprecedented level of care and research is going into this product. I cannot imagine that vegetables are being grown like this anywhere in the world.

I am currently drinking about 3 ounces per day (the recommended amount) of two of the flavors, the Bio and Ginger. The Bio has a slightly sour taste but much less so than beet kvass. The Ginger has a sour taste as well and some sharpness from the ginger.

What have I noticed so far?

Because I consider myself to be a person in very good health, I don’t see any life-altering changes just yet. Given my condition, this isn’t a big surprise.

However, I definitely do have more energy, which Thomas Corbett said is to be expected because the juices are electrically charged.

While my health may be good from the outside, I am sure that I have plenty of harmful bacteria lurking inside of me that may cause serious problems down the line. So, I believe this drink is helping me out a lot, especially in the long-term, and is definitely strengthening my immune system. Having my body flooded with these powerful probiotics can only be a positive.

A few other fascinating things about Zana Juices:

The fiber and water don’t separate, something incredibly unusual for a juice. No shaking required.

Apparently, the vegetables on Thomas Corbett’s farm smell. Yes, smell. I never knew that vegetables smell but when grown in super-healthy soil, they have a very strong smell, especially the celery. ‘

If you’re skeptical about the success stories, all you have to do is try these juices for yourself. On the product’s label, Zana Juices says that it offers a money-back guarantee, with no questions asked, if results are not achieved.

Maybe even stronger evidence is that the company has 10 employees with thousands of customers over the years, and Zana Juices didn’t even have a website until yesterday! It has been all word of mouth, which means that something is obviously working.

Zana Juices can be purchased at select health food markets in the New York City area, including Integral Yoga Natural Foods and High Vibe, and the company ships its products nationwide.

To order or if you have any questions about the products, visit the company’s website.

Zana Juices currently sells three different flavors.

BIO – filtered water and organic juices of green cabbage, red cabbage, carrots, onions, scallions, parsley, cilantro, garlic, ginger, jalapeno pepper and the following bacteria: L. Rhamnosus, L. Acidophilus, L. Plantarum, L. Salvarius, L. Casei, L. Paracasei, S. Thermophilus, B. Bifidum, B. Longum, B. Breve, B. Infantis, L. Brevis, L. Fermentum, L. Helveticus, L. Lactis

GINGER – filtered water and the juice of organic ginger root and the following bacteria: L. Rhamnosus, L. Acidophilus, L. Plantarum, L. Salvarius, L. Casei, L. Paracasei, S. Thermophilus, B. Bifidum, B. Longum, B. Breve, B. Infantis, L. Brevis, L. Fermentum, L. Helveticus, L. Lactis

TURMERIC – and the juice of organic turmeric root and the following bacteria: L. Rhamnosus, L. Acidophilus, L. Plantarum, L. Salvarius, L. Casei, L. Paracasei, S. Thermophilus, B. Bifidum, B. Longum, B. Breve, B. Infantis, L. Brevis, L. Fermentum, L. Helveticus, L. Lactis

While the product is definitely not inexpensive, what you’re getting is the most powerful and nutritious juice that your money can buy.

Zana Juices is more proof of just how important the soil is — it’s everything.

(In the video below, Thomas Corbett talks about how he grows his vegetables and how he got started farming this way.)

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31 Comments

  • Olivia says:

    Where did you buy this in NYC? What store?

  • Elaine Springer says:

    Thanks for telling me about Zana last night. I will have to try it !

  • That looks so yummy! I love cabbage., can’t wait to try it. Thank you for bringing it to us.

  • TOBY KOCH says:

    In January 2012, I was diagnosed with a rare sarcoma cancer called GIST (Gastro Intestinal Stroma Tumor). Radiation and chemotherapy are not options for treatment. Because of its location, surgery and its affect on my quality of life are not an option. s a targeted therapy ~ a pill called Gleevec taken once daily. Depending upon your insurance coverage or lack of it, this drug can cost up to 90K annually.

    I started taking 3oz daily of ZANA Original in 2/12 and continue to use it. My only regret is the close-mindedness of the med community which is often $controlled$ by big Pharma, preventing trials and pilot studies to show the positive effects ZANA may have for patients.

    Tom and Joe Corbett have gone against the tide of probiotic pretenders. Long may they live ~ just like their live probiotics.
    Liver mets and pancreatic complications affect many cancer patients. That is not the case for me.

  • Toni says:

    has anyone experienced diarrhea taking this. I started with just one ounce worked my way up to 3 oz. Over 8 days. The diarrhea is killing me man does it stop?

    • Melinda kapp says:

      I have crohns and taking Metamucial for diarreah……will i be able to take this without making the diahrrea worse! Also i have a small intestlinal lesion which seeps blood causing anemia… Would ur drink help on healing? I do
      Periodically take apple cider vinegar (Braggs) which helps tremendously!

  • Diane says:

    Wow! This Zana Juice is an amazing discovery, Max. Thank you.
    Yes, at first, I choked a bit at the cost but after reading the testimonials I had to think about it.

    Well, I have a non-stimulant medication I take for my ADHD that costs me $133.00 a month and the insurance pays the balance of $170.00.

    That said, I could drink 3 ounces of Zana Juice for 21 days out of the month, or 64 ounces for $110.00. Ummm. I think the average American spend a lot more on pharmaceuticals. The amazing part is that it works where medications have failed!

    I wonder if Zana juice could help me with the focus I need? I’d be willing to give it a try for at least 21 days!

    This Zana is definitely “organic food for thought”! Who knew!

  • Matt says:

    I have been saddled with “genetically” high cholesterol, which has turned into NASH (or fatty liver). I eat healthy every day and have tried, used, looked into, etc anything and everything that would allow me to stop taking 20mg of Lipitor a day. I called the company direct the day LivingMaxwell posted about Zana and ordered the BIO juice. Should be receiving it today. I will take it for a month or two and report back on how I feel and my blood work results. Thanks for the hard work Max and letting us in on Zana.

  • John Ranta says:

    You understand what a snake oil salesman is, don’t you?

  • Joseph says:

    Was told that you could order the product online on the Zanajuices.com web site in the next few days!!!

    I am been taking the Ginger for years. Started taking it after my stomach surgery. I was throwing up everyday for a few years and when I met Tom I started taking the Zana Ginger. It has eliminated my acid reflux and I am 1000% better.

    Take it every day.

    Believe me it worth the price if it helps the problem.

  • sarah says:

    WOW! I’m with you, the level of care is unheard of! Where did you stumble upon this? I have not seen it pop up at our local health food stores..yet!

    Thank’s for sharing this Max, you always find the best stuff:)

  • Chris says:

    Has anyone had any experience using Zana juice to help ale the symptoms of ASD? Especially in children. I’ve read some testimonials of parents putting their children who have autism and suffer from GI problems on a probiotic diet and have had great success. I’m curious to hear and read if Zana juice can be beneficial as well.

  • Max,
    Have you thought about doing a post that goes into the different probiotic options out there? Brands like Good Belly, Yakult, and then other probiotic products like kombucha, Kefir, I’d love a run-down of the differences!

  • How would this differ from Kefir which is loaded with the same if not similar probiotics, at a heck of a lot more cost effective price point…$4 or less for 32 ounces depending on where you are in the U.S.

  • Toni says:

    The probiotic I use which is highly milk based from my doctor cost $64.00 for a one month supply. I don’t see how anyone can say zana juice is to expensive. I’d much rather pay $50.00 for something that is alive. I think it’s a bargain actually. If it does what it says I’d be happy to pay $50.00 by the way my $64.00 probiotic doesn’t work.

  • Becky says:

    Kombucha can do the same thing. You can buy it or make it cheaper. It’s worth checking out.

  • Hi Max, Yes, there are a few people growing Beyond Organic, Nutrition Grown foods. I’ve done research and written a book about it titled “Beyond Organic…Growing for Maximum Nutrition”. I also work with farmers and gardeners helping them to grow super nutritious foods.

  • renee says:

    I can testify this stuff works great. It was a taste to get used to, but I’ve only had the original blend though. I’ve been taking it for years and knew the family even longer, only I never even knew until after drinking it!

  • Bess says:

    Max, Thanks for all the great information and product alerts. I follow you on FB and visit your site. I live in the metro Atlanta area and I’ve checked my favorite health food store AND Whole Foods for “Zuke Kimchi” and “Zana Juice”. Neither is sold here. Both stores told me their system wasn’t set up to order the products. HELP…..I’m a stroke survivor and have made it my mission to make sure that my husband, family, and me are healthy {as we go forward} using organic food, clean water, etc. Two weeks ago I made my first batch of fermented veggies. These two products would really help in our quest. How can I get both products in the Atlanta suburbs??

  • Maria says:

    itv sounds great but the Heath food industry is becoming a place only the rich can afford. It’s wonderful that we know so much more and have these products available but it needs to be affordable to the masses.

  • Deb says:

    Sounds fantastic…I have asthma and allergies, have been organic and non GMO for about 3 years, but have yet to find something holistic that works for reducing inflammation. Tried ginger, honey and Himalayan salts, but they don’t seem to help me. I am looking forward to trying this juice. Thank you for sharing.

  • Paula Perkins says:

    WOW!!!! AMAZING!!!!! Thank you Max for sharing this fabulous drink. Can’t wait to try it.

  • Brian says:

    This sounds like something I definitely need!! Do you know if any stores in Chicago sell it?

  • Janet says:

    I wish I knew about this product when my husband was alive. It would have been a good resource to add to his arsenal to fight his carcinoid cancer. Sounds amazing. I just ordered 2 32 oz. apparently the shelf life is a year.
    Thank you Max, for sharing!!

  • Bethany says:

    Very interesting. So you only have 3 oz a day and the rest stays well in the fridge? Do they have at Yoga Integral?

  • April says:

    It sounds amazing. But why does it have to be so expensive! Wow.

    • Max Goldberg says:

      @April – The reason the cost is so high is because of the how it is produced. NO ONE in the world is producing food/drinks in this same way.

      @Bethany – I drink 3-6 ounces per day and it needs to be refrigerated after opening. Integral Yoga Natural Foods has it.

      @Janet – I completely understand what you’re saying. I wish my mother had had it before she passed away.

      @Brian – As far as I know, no stores in Chicago sell it. Contact the company, maybe they’ll start selling it there.

      @Paula – My pleasure!

      @Deb – The turmeric one is real good for inflammation.

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