Tree sap comes from the xylem cells of a tree and is made up of a combination of water, minerals, nutrients, and hormones. Sap flows through the sapwood and creates carbon dioxide, which in turn builds pressure beneath the tree’s exterior surface. The sap is then forced through any “wounds” or openings in the tree.
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