Peach gum is a resin secreted from the bark of Rosaceae peach or mountain peach, also known as peach oil, peach fat, peach tears, peach gum, and peach gel. It is the natural secretion of peach tree, or the wound is produced by external force, and the secretion of peach gum is conducive to the self-healing of wounds. The more viscous liquid evaporates through the sun to produce a solid. The dried peach gum is crystal-like and hard, and looks a bit like amber.
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