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Making Pine Tar - My Results

Making Pine Tar - My Results

Old-Fashioned Pine Tar Salve Recipe

Old-Fashioned Pine Tar Salve: Put a modern spin on this all-purpose skin treatment once found in your grandmother’s medicine cabinet.

Did you know pine resin has been used historically for topical wound care? A poultice of the resin was applied to wounds, inflammations and abscesses, used to draw out the poison from boils, and used as the base for salve. Learn how to make pine resin salve for your first aid kit!

Did you know pine resin has been used historically for topical wound care? Learn how to make pine resin salve for your first aid kit!

How to Make Pine Pitch | Primitive Ways by Jamie Burleigh

I try to collect pine resin deposits that happen naturally, usually caused by a fracture in a limb by a storm, lightning, or animals scratching on the bark. I also gather resin that oozes naturally…

Wild Pine Pitch: Tree Medicine with A Purpose- natural antiseptic

Wild Pine Pitch Oil: Tree Medicine with A Purpose - Green Dirt, Poppy Swap, Recipes and Ramblings - The Poppy Swap Community PagesThe Poppy Swap Community Pages

Making Pine Pitch Salve from Piñon (Pinus edulis) « Wild Woman Rising

Making Pine Pitch Salve from Piñon (Pinus edulis) « Wild Woman Rising

Self Reliant Network: Harvesting medicinal's from Pine Trees on your homestead

Healing properties of pine trees: ■Antiseptic ■Anti-infectious ■Anitfungal ■Antidiabetic ■Neurotonic ■Decongestant of the lymphatic system ■Parasiticide ■anti-catarrhal ■stimulant ■tonic The flowers, needles, twigs, and pitch are all used medicinally.

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