Seva Maple Water Review + Discount Code
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I’m excited to share with you one of the latest products to be released onto the natural products market. I had first seen this product at various veg fests in NYC while supporting the Coalition for Healthy School Food, but crowds can be overwhelming even as a New Yorker and I never got to try this sensationalized product.
So many of us are probably questioning this concept, what is maple water? What’s the flavor? What’s the purpose?
For me, I find it exciting to discover new products. We all have to agree that coconut water has become a run of the mill product today. We have been inundated with new coconut flavors and more added sugar. We need to continuously make room for new products that are less processed. Since a handful of companies such as Drink Maple, Maple 3, Maple, and Vertical Water are jumping on the bandwagon, I think its safe to say that it just may become the next best thing..
Th Seva Maple Water product is organic and harvest through sustainable practices in Canada. It claims to offer a 46 bioactive nutrients, but its evident that there needs to be more studies performed to really understand the exact value of these nutrients. The drawbacks to “Maple Water” are that the product has a shorter shelf life than well.. water. Safety Information states: Refrigerate after opening and use within 14 days. 2 weeks is a long time to consume a package of water though, so I think we’re in the clear. Other than the decreased shelf life it also of course has natural sugar in the product at 5g.
My feeling is that if you’re looking to indulge in something sweet, sans copious amounts of sugar and calories.. There is nothing that tastes better than an ice cold Seva Maple Water. (true story)
Maple water is pure maple sap, the clear and nourishing water the flows naturally out of maple trees each spring. Maple water naturally contains 46+ bioactive nutrients essential to health, including phytonutrients, minerals, active antioxidants, electrolytes, amino and organic acids. SEVA is 100% pure maple sap with no added preservatives, sugar or water. It’s like drinking maple water right from the tree!
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How was it discovered?
The tale goes that maple tree sap was first discovered by the earliest known inhabitants of Canada, when the First Nations people witnessed a lively squirrel drinking water from a maple tree. It was then consumed by the people as a tonic and helped nourish and hydrate their bodies through the famine.
Maple Water is clear, light and refreshing, and finishes with a delicately sweet hint of maple.
100% pure maple water contains over 46 bioactive nutrients, including phytonutrients unique to tree waters. These nutrients, including 25+ phytonutrients, 9 minerals, 11 amino & organic acids, help boost immune health, aid in the prevention of degenerative diseases and act as a prebiotic to support digestive health.
Harvesting takes place at the beginning of each spring. While the season lasts about 5-6 weeks, we only extract the purest of maple water, which is only available over a few days during the season.
Tapped straight from the sugar maple tree under strict harvesting protocol, the maple water flows through plastic pipes from the tree into a rough pre-filter. It is then transferred by cistern truck to the treatment centre where the maple water is emptied into a refrigerated stainless steel tank and sterilized. The fresh and pure maple water is packaged in less than 24 hours. SEVA Maple Water is 100% renewable and packaged in eco-friendly Tetra Paks.
Is it the same as maple syrup?
Maple water is light, clear and comes straight from the tree. Maple syrup is thick, slightly dark and is boiled down to become syrup. Maple water only contains 5g of sugar/ 250ml, whereas maple syrup contains 225g. Maple water is consumed like water and is thirst quenching. Maple syrup is often used as a sweetener and topping. It takes 40L of maple water to produce 1L of maple syrup.