The Many Uses of Pine Trees
Many are unaware of the different uses of pine trees. Pine needles can be extracted
into a tea, and if correctly made it will remove the harmful toxins associated
with the flu from your body. The interior of the bark can be removed and used
as an antiseptic for cuts and wounds. The sap on the inside of the tree can be
utilized to seal blisters, burns, and wounds. The yellowish pollen from pine
trees can be used to help increase our energy levels. Pine resin is also an
effective bug repellant; after application it is said to repel bugs for weeks.
The interior bark of pine trees is actually edible. Pine wood is a great
insulator and helps to keep heat inside structures. Pine can also be turned
into glue that can be effectively used as an adhesive in limitless scenarios.
Pine boughs when burning can produce massive amounts of pure white smoke. This
can act as a strong signal flair for help. However, this is only with hardwood,
normal pine can be used effectively as fuel for a fire when camping or cooking.
These are not the only uses associated with pine trees however, the are some of
the most interesting uses.