Maple Leaf Syrup

Natural sugar

In the spring, under the influence of heat, water in the trunk and roots of the maple tree expands causing pressure inside the tree. Once hacked, the maple tree produces a sugary sap, which is the result of sugar transformation from the starch that was formed during its growth. As a general rule, it takes 160 gal of maple water to obtain 1 gal of syrup (or 40 liters of maple water to obtain 1 liter of syrup).

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Maple Leaf Syrup

Associated Nutrients - Maple Leaf Syrup

  • Sucrose
  • Minerals
  • Vitamins

Associated Qualities - Maple Leaf Syrup

  • Reduces arthritis
  • Anti-inflammatory