When not in the disinfecting solution the foot should be dressed with pine tar and cotton and bandaged with bagging.
This was done by rubbing his feet in the refuse material of the barnyard or the pasture, then he covered his legs with pine tar.
We have found a few small lesions of chestnut blight which were removed by pruning and then painted with pine tar.
After the hemorrhage has ceased the exposed portion of the fracture should be covered with pine tar, with or without a bandage.
The animal may be relieved from suffering if the stump is smeared with pine tar and wrapped in cloth.
pine tar or a mixture of pine tar and tannic acid may be applied, particularly if the weather is warm.
At first the pine tar smell will bother you, but in a short time you will get to like it.
pine tar or pitch in the hand will prevent the blows of the ferule from causing pain.
Among these might be mentioned coal tar and creosote, or a mixture of pine tar, linseed oil, lamp black and creosote.
Besides, both men early established on their cheeks an invulnerable glaze of a decoction of pine tar, oil, and a pungent herb.
pine tar n.
A viscous or semisolid brown-to-black substance produced by distillation of pine wood and used as an expectorant and antiseptic.