Gum Rosin, likewise called Greek pitch or colophony, is a strong type of tar acquired from pines and some different plants, generally conifers, created by warming fresh fluid sap to vaporize the unstable fluid terpene segments. It is partial transparent and fluctuates in shading from yellow to dark. At room temperature, our Gum Resin is weak; however it dissolves at stove-top temperature. It mostly comprises of different tar acids, particularly abietic acid. This is used in printing inks, photocopying and laser printing paper, varnishes, glues (pastes), cleanser, paper estimating, pop, fastening motions, and fixing wax.