Dragon Blood Powder
Species: Dracaena cinnabari
Origin: The Island of Socotra, Yemen
– Burning to produce aromatic scents.
– Burning to cleanse the toxic out of the air flow.
– Ulcers – possibly be beneficial for a few different types of ulcers.
– Antimicrobial – protection against or even kill pathogens like bacteria, fungi, and viruses.
– Antidiarrheal – the most common uses in ancient times was for digestive health.
– Anti-inflammatory – it has some anti-inflammatory properties
– Antidiabetic – it could support diabetes treatment or prevention.
– Anticancer – it may be anti-tumor potential in dragon’s blood.
– Cosmetics Ingredients
Dragon’s Blood has been prized as a grounding, and extraordinarily powerful protector against negativity and lower vibrations.
What is dragon’s blood?
Dragon’s blood is a natural plant resin. It’s dark red in color, which is part of what gives dragon’s blood its name.
The resin is extracted from many different tropical tree species commonly called dragon trees. These may come from the plant groups Croton, Pterocarpus, Daemonorops, or Dracaena.
The plant resin has been used for thousands of years for distinct purposes. There are records of its use among the ancient Greeks and Romans and in India, China, and the Middle East.
Some of its uses are for health. It’s also been used as dye, paint, incense, or for spiritual purposes.
Dragon’s blood has risen from humble folk healing traditions to become a widely used health supplement today.
Dragon’s blood is used as a stimulant and abortifacient. The root yields a gum-resin, used in gargle water as a stimulant, astringent and in toothpaste. The root is used in rheumatism, the leaves are a carminative.
The local inhabitants of the city in the Socotra Island use the dragon’s blood resin as a cure-all.
Greeks, Romans, and Arabs use it in general wound healing, as a coagulant, cure for diarrhea, for dysentery diseases, for lowering fevers. It is also taken for ulcers in the mouth, throat, intestines and stomach.