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This Piñon Pine Resin is collected in the USA.

Natural pine resin – resinous thick mass, released from the cuts on pine trees. It stiffens upon reaching the surface, thereby protecting the wood from the penetration of bark beetles, fungi and other harmful influences, “heals” the wound.

This pine resin is raw and still contains the turpentine oil is used to make turpentine (turpentine oil), rosin, and healing balms.


  • It has strong antibacterial effect and prevents reproduction of bacteria, viruses and fungal organisms;
  • Helps all kinds of inflammation as it is a strong natural antiseptic;
  • Cures damaged and inflammatory skin diseases, cleans wounds and ulcers, relieves irritation;
  • Has anaesthetic effects. Can be applied to scratches, burns, abrasions;
  • Effectively heats the joints and soft tissues, relieving inflammation and swelling. Can be used to apply on joints, bruises and sprains.

Medicinal Use

A tree resin used externally, diluted with water, as an antiseptic skin wash. Taken internally, it relieves intestinal gas and is antiseptic to the urinary tract. Take ten to twenty drops in water or tea four times a day. Put it in vaporizers or use it as an inhalant for bronchitis and laryngitis. A simple method is to place it, along with a few drops of the oils of peppermint and eucalyptus, in a bowl of boiling hot water. Put your face as close to the bowl as you can and cover your head, and the bowl, with a towel. Inhale the steam. Tincture of benzoin is often added to salves as a preservative.

Spiritual/Magical Use

An herb of purification, burned in incense to sanctify an area. The scent is also used to attract business when combined with basil, peony, or cinnamon.

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10gms, 25gms, 50gms, 100gms, 250gms

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