Gums and Resins

Gums and resins are natural substances that exude from trees as a response to injury, and collected by tapping, picking, or cutting the tree.

The resin is usually secreted in definite cavities or passages.  It frequently oozes out through the bark and hardens on exposure to air. 

The uses of natural gums and resins in food, medicines and in varnishes or as protective coatings go back to very early times. The present day uses of natural gums and resins are numerous and they are employed by a large number of manufacturing industries including food and pharmaceutical industries.

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