One of my plants, Aglaia odorata, always has drops of clear sap on its stems and leaf surfaces. This appears to be a natural condition as much of the sap is exuded from the same places on the plant parts. The plant is healthy and free of pests and the sap stays on the tree, not the floor (thank goodness). The term 'guttation' is used to describe the appearance of drops of water on leaf tips caused by root pressure and the most common example given is that of water at the end of a blade of grass. A few sources also mention the presence of salts, minerals, and sugars in the water. Is this term applicable to what I'm seeing in my plant? I'm not worried about the condition, just wondering what it's called.