Using Tree Sap To Make Nature’s Spring Tonic

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Do you have a lot of trees on your property? Maple trees will be great to have for making maple syrup that is perfect for bottling. However, other trees that produce sap means you can make things like a tonic to have as a tasty beverage. A simple tonic can easily be made by using tree sap.

Walnut trees are the best type to have for making a tonic using tree sap. Birch trees and even maple are suitable for making a spring tonic. The only thing you need to know is the best time to tap your trees to get the best quality sap.

A bucket and a tap is all you need to use for collecting sap. The tonic you make using tree sap is sweet tasting right out of the tree, but a few options can be used for personalization. You can add the sap to a smoothie or into a container of fruit juice.

Information about making a tonic using tree sap is available on homestead-honey.com here…

Using Tree Sap To Make Nature’s Spring Tonic


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