“most important” is entirely subjective, and will be dramatically different for different situations or users. For some, it might be the wood that they burn to cook their food. For some, it might be a chemical that turns into a pharmaceutical that treats some rare disease. For others, it might be the carbon sequestration that the forest itself accomplishes. For others, it might be iron or mined from within a rain forest.
Impossible to give a definitive answer.
I agree with rigibson. Rain forests produce about 40% of the worlds oxigen which although may not be considered a resource it is definitly very important. Unfortunately, wood is also a valuable resource and it is one of the main reasons for rainforest deforestation.
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