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Agave Syrup

A sweet and safe syrup.

  1. Agave plants are a type of succulent that grow in warm, arid climates. Succulents are distinguished by thick, fleshy leaves, which they use to retain water. The nectar is often used as a sweetener. It's extracted from the plant's core and then filtered and heated to create a syrup.

  2. Honey is not recommended for infants under one year old, so our agave-based cough syrups* can be a safe alternative. Plus, because it's naturally sweet, it goes down just as easily.

Where Does It Come From?

The triple-filtered, organic agave syrup we use comes from Mexico, where agave plants thrive in the arid climate and volcanic soil.

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