What is zooglea

What is zooglea, types of zooglea


Zooglea is a living organism, a sticky substance released by bacteria when glued. When combined, bacterial cells form gelatinous mucous masses or films. Zooglea is the resulting symbiosis of a yeast fungus with an acetic acid bacterium.

Zooglea consists of polysaccharides, sometimes with an admixture of nitrogenous compounds. It is characteristic only for some (mainly aquatic) bacteria, in particular for the genus Zoogloea ramigera. Zooglea can be digital, coral, mesenteric, or some other shape. The appearance of Zooglea, apparently, is of an adaptive nature: thanks to its slimy consistency, the adsorption of nutrients necessary for the existence of bacteria from water is easily carried out.

In nature, there are many varieties of Zooglea, however, only three species are domesticated and the most studied:

  • sea ​​rice
  • tea mushroom
  • milk mushroom

All three Zoogleys are completely different cultures, with their own characteristics and structure. The properties of all Zooglei are different, the only thing that unites them is the presence of acetic acid bacteria.

The history of all zoogles is amazing. Despite the fact that they are known from ancient times, scientists decided to seriously figure out what it is, these medicinal "mushrooms" only in the 19th century. First, foreign scientists discovered acetic acid bacteria in their base. One of the researchers - Glover - believed that this is just a kind of vinegar queens, with which from time immemorial vinegar was prepared.

Academician Bolotov conducted a lot of research on zoogles. He found that gastric juice dissolves not only dead cells, but also cells damaged by nitrates, free radicals, radionuclides, heavy metals, carcinogens ... gastric juice successfully dissolves even cancer cells. Thus, the body expels several hundred grams of dead cells per day.

The fact is that many in the body lack these acids. This is one of the reasons for the clogging of the body with dead cells, toxins, toxins and other poisons, with as a consequence - various diseases. In terms of its healing qualities, Indian sea rice is the leader among them. This is because his drink contains an enzyme enhancer Q-10. In the body, this enzyme is synthesized in the liver, but with age, the ability to produce Q-10 decreases, and its reserves can be replenished by drinking Indian sea rice drink.

Indian sea rice contributes to weight loss, because it actively stimulates metabolism, saturates the body with useful enzymes, vitamins and amino acids. It helps to remove the remnants of antibiotics, poisons from the body, helps to get rid of x-rays and constipation. Tibetan milk mushroom and kombucha have the same beneficial qualities.

Each zooglea has its own characteristic taste. This is due to the presence of specific bacteria in each culture. For today's people, zoogley is a real treasure, therefore, useful fungi must be in every home. One milligram of kefir, obtained by fermenting milk with a milk mushroom, contains more than a million microbial bodies that are most useful for each of us. Of course, it contains the most lactic acid bacteria.

The drinks obtained with these zoogles can be taken not only by mouth. They work successfully for cosmetic purposes. Kombucha and sea rice infusions have been successfully used in the fight against various skin diseases. Reception of infusions inside and external use enhance the effect, because the effect is from both sides. Zoogle infusions are especially good at combating oily skin on the face, head and body, in particular on the back. The acids contained in these liquids gently dissolve impurities and dead cells, performing a gentle chemical peeling. In addition, these acids moisturize the skin and restore the acid balance. Kefir obtained with the help of the Tibetan milk mushroom perfectly moisturizes and nourishes the hair and scalp, makes the hair color brighter and deeper, gives a mirror shine and silkiness.