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Welcome March


I find March to be refreshing with the weather slowly changing, the days getting longer we start to prepare for spring.

With spring comes, a spring cleanse. Preparing for a spring cleanse takes time and with a little prep work ahead of time you can enjoy a gentle cleanse with a lighter feeling, stronger immune system, better sleep and a better transsion to spring.

Pre and post cleanse is just as important as the cleanse. Setting yourself up with a gentle pre and post cleanse will help you get the most from your cleanse and help make the cleanse easier, emotionally and physically. So let's take the time to organize ourselves as we prepare for a pre and post cleanse. For me, if you are going to take the time for a cleanse,why not do the full pre and post cleanse.

So as I set here finishing up this blog,  getting the instructions printed out,teas blended, and kits labeled and ready for my cleanse kits, I encourage you to look at your cleanse.

Take time for your self, take time for self care.

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