One of Mother Nature’s most awesome trees is the good old pine tree. It can be used for a variety of things. You can eat parts of it, make tea, or use the roots to make cordage.
What we’re going to concentrate on in this post is the sap. This video will show you step by step how to make pine resin glue.
You will learn how to use the pine resin glue to make Ferro Rods. If you are not familiar with ferro rods, it is a piece of survival gear without which any survival kit is incomplete.
As the modern form of fire steel that has been used for centuries, a ferro rod provides a reliable way to start a fire in the majority of conditions with minimal effort.
Knowing how to make pine resin glue is an awesome bushcraft resource. Watch the awesome video below to see how it’s done.
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