What is Maple sap?
Maple sap, also known as maple water, is maple syrup before it’s been boiled and concentrated. The sap in all maple trees allows the trees to protect themselves from injury—and is created in abundant quantities. Tapped raw from maple trees during a period of just two to three weeks per year, maple sap is golden, subtly sweet, and filled with nutrients. As they continue to study it, scientists are revealing more and more items to the growing list of benefits.