Dragon’s blood also is known as sangre de grado, sangre de drago, and drago. It’s a red substance, natural plant resin and dark red in color, which is part of what gives dragon’s blood its name. It is removed from the fruit of a tree called Daemonorops draco. The resin is extracted from many different tropical tree species commonly called dragon trees.
The plant resin has been used for thousands of years for distinct purposes.
Some of its uses are for health. It’s used for Ulcers, Antimicrobial, Antidiarrheal, Anti-inflammatory, Antidiabetic
Anticancer. It’s also been used as dye, paint, incense or for spiritual purposes. Some people apply dragon’s blood directly to the skin as a drying agent (astringent).
Common uses of dragon’s blood have changed over time. Today, its most common use is for digestive health.
The plant resin was formerly ascribed cure-all properties. However, it’s speed up wound healing and some healers use it for respiratory issues.
The resin continues to be an important feature in certain spiritual practices, too. These include wiccan, hoodoo, voodoo, shamanism, and certain other folk magic rituals. It’s also still found in some natural dyes, paints, varnishes and incense. It’s 100% pure dragon blood without additives.
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