Pine lump resin has antibacterial properties which prevent the damaged tree from getting infected.
In this same way, pine resin can also be used to heal our wounds. In addition to being a natural antiseptic, pine sap is also anti-inflammatory, and its stickiness helps it close wounds. It also works well for healing eczema.
What do you do with tree resin?
Today we still use tree resin in many ways. It's used as a sealant, rosin for the bows of string instruments, and even used in soaps. You can also use it for wilderness survival in emergency situations, including the treatment of wounds, stopping bleeding and soothing rashes.