Maple Season is here so it must be March

When the weather starts to warm the trees start to awaken the sap begins to flow.  We are tapping the trees right now to make maple syrup the old fashion way on an open fire in a big pan (an evaporator) boiled for a long time.  The darker the syrup the more minerals and other nutrients are found in the syrup is because the trees are getting ready to bud and start to draw these nutrients up into the trunk and branches.  We also are coming out of our long winter’s nap and should also prepare ourselves for the coming of spring.  Spring (when the dandelions bloom) is the best time to do a cleanse.  Rid ourselves of all the stagnant substances and toxins that have built up during the winter.  One of the best ways to do this without putting undue stress on the liver or kidneys (since they are already over worked) is to use a maple syrup and baking soda cleanse.  Make sure you drink plenty of water especially Maple Tree Water.  This water is also from maple trees and it has the minerals from the trees but no sugar.  That all went into the maple syrup.   Check out our youTube video of the Maple Tree Water freezing right before your eyes.  Structured water is very unique but that is for another day…

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