Dragon Blood Benefits
Learn about the benefits of Dragon Blood: Skin Tightening, Inflammation Reduction, Wound Healing & UV Protection.
Introduction: What is Dragon Blood?
Dragon Blood is a precious substance sourced from the red sap of different Dragon's Blood Trees, including the Dracaena cinnabari and the Croton lechleri species. This unique and versatile substance has captured the attention and reverence of cultures throughout history due to its wide range of benefits for health and well-being. Derived from the red sap of the Dragon's Blood Tree, which thrives in the tropical rainforests of South America, Dragons Blood offers more than just a pleasant aroma when burned as incense. Its profound significance encompasses spiritual practices, medicinal applications, and its remarkable pharmacological properties, making it a highly valued and cherished substance.
Health Benefits of the Dragon Blood Natural Remedy
In addition to its use as incense, Dragon Blood is available in supplement and tincture forms, expanding its potential health benefits. Here are some notable uses:
Ulcers: Dragon Blood has shown efficacy in preventing and healing ulcers, particularly when applied topically. The resin's abundance of antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties makes it beneficial for treating skin ulcers and bedsores. Topical applications such as creams, ointments, or tinctures are commonly recommended for optimal results.
Antimicrobial Power: With potent antimicrobial properties, Dragon Blood acts as a protective shield against viruses, fungi, and bacteria, effectively thwarting potential harm.
Digestive Support: Dragon Blood has a long history of promoting digestive health. Its antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties help calm the body and support a healthy digestive system.
Anti-inflammatory Action: Dragon Blood exhibits impressive anti-inflammatory properties, offering relief and soothing effects for various inflammatory conditions.
Potential Antidiabetic Effects: Ongoing research suggests that among the benefits of Dragon's Blood are antidiabetic properties, although further investigation is required for a comprehensive understanding.
Exploring Anticancer Properties: Preliminary studies indicate that compounds within Dragon Blood, combined with its antioxidant-rich nature, may contribute to its potential role in combating cancer. Extensive research is underway to delve deeper into its anticancer properties.
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Dragon Blood: A Multifaceted Solution for First Aid, Oral Health, and Skin Care
Dragon Blood in First Aid: Dragon Blood is commonly used in first aid to promote the healing of wounds and burns, stop bleeding, and prevent wound infections. Its application creates a protective layer, akin to a "second skin," which effectively shields against infectious agents, dust, and bacteria. The presence of Taspine and dimethylcedrusine in Dragon Blood accelerates the healing process and aids in the regeneration of skin cells. Consider Dragon Blood a versatile addition to any first aid kit, providing a "liquid Band-Aid" solution that is enjoyable to apply (especially for kids) and typically causes minimal discomfort.
Dragon Blood and Oral Health: Dragon's Blood active compounds effectively combat various oral health issues. Its anti-infectious properties work against tartar buildup, fight gingivitis, manage bleeding gums, soothe mouth ulcers, and address fungal infections like thrush. Incorporating Dragon Blood into your oral care routine is simple, from adding a few drops to your toothpaste to creating a powerful mouthwash or gargle solution.
Dragon Blood Skin and Beauty Benefits: Dragon Blood, known for its healing properties, has found a place in skincare routines worldwide. Rich in antioxidants, it defends the skin against free radicals, reduces inflammation, stimulates collagen production, tightens pores, fades scars and stretch marks, repairs sun-damaged skin, and enhances overall skin texture and tone. Its natural origin and multiple skin benefits make Dragon Blood a powerful yet gentle ingredient for a vibrant and healthy complexion.
Incorporating Dragon Blood into various aspects of life, from health and first aid to oral care and skincare, allows individuals to experience the remarkable benefits of this unique substance. Whether for spiritual practices or overall well-being, Dragon Blood continues to demonstrate its versatility and therapeutic qualities, leaving a lasting impact on those who utilize its potential.
Not All Dragon Blood Incense is Created Equal
At Shamanic Supply, we take great pride in offering Dragon Blood sourced from the Aikanā People, who practice sustainable harvesting in the lush lowlands of the Amazon. Our Dragon Blood stands apart for its exceptional potency and freshness, as it carries the energetic essence of both the plant spirit and the skilled medicine makers who meticulously gather it.
The Aikanā People are part of a vibrant tapestry of approximately forty indigenous tribes residing in Rondônia, a state nestled in the captivating region of Guaporé within the Amazon's lowlands. This area is renowned for its awe-inspiring biodiversity and serves as a sanctuary for countless plant and animal species.
By choosing Shamanic Supply, you embark on a journey that goes beyond mere product acquisition; you become a guardian of a sacred legacy. Each purchase you make contributes to the preservation of traditional medicine-making practices, safeguarding the rich cultural heritage and invaluable generational knowledge held by the Aikanā People. We invite you to embrace the significance of your medicine's origin and honor the profound wisdom that underlies it. This discernment will enhance your experience, allowing the true benefits of Dragon Blood to resonate deeply within you. Your support transcends a simple transaction; it becomes a meaningful investment in the preservation of cultural heritage.
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Dragon's Blood FAQ
Is dragon's blood safe to use?
What are the uses of dragon's blood?
Dragon's blood has been used since ancient times for many purposes. Some of the main uses include:
As a pigment and dye for art, fabrics, cosmetics, writing ink, etc. due to its vivid red color
- As medicine and in rituals - it was believed to have healing, protective and magical properties.
- As varnish and lacquer to coat pottery and violins.
- As incense and in rituals for its fragrant smoke.
Does Dragon Blood have other names?
Can I use Dragon's Blood for oral health?
Is Dragon Blood appropriate after receiving Kambô?
How long will my Dragon Blood last?
Is Dragon Blood safe for dogs?
Do I use Dragon Blood like essential oils?
How is dragon's blood resin obtained?
- What are the key properties and benefits of dragon's blood?
How do I apply Dragon Blood to a cut?
Scientific References for Dragon Blood
1/ Ansari MJ, et al. (2016). Antimicrobial activity of Dracaena cinnabari resin from Soqotra Island on multi drug resistant human pathogens.
2/ Fan J-Y, et al. (2014). A systematic review of the botanical, phytochemical and pharmacological profile of Dracaena cochinchinensis, a plant source of the ethnomedicine “dragon’s blood.”
3/ Gupta D, et al. (2011). Bioprotective properties of Dragon’s blood resin: In vitro evaluation of antioxidant activity and antimicrobial activity.
4/ Ji S, et al. (2015). Sanguis draconis (Daemonorops draco): A case report of treating a chronic pressure ulcer with tunneling.
5/ Kuo P-C, et al. (2017). Anti-inflammatory Flavan-3-ol-dihydroetrochalcones from Daemonorops draco.
6/ Li S, et al. (2011). Prospective randomized controlled study of a Chinese herbal medicine compunt Tangzu Yuyang Ointment for chronic diabetic foot ulcers: A preliminary report.
7/ Mohammed YHE, et al. (2016). Anti-diabetic activity of Dracaen cinnabari Balf.f extracts from resin in Socotra Island-Yemen.
8/ Silva BM, et al. (2011). Dracaena draco L. fruit: Phytochemical and antioxidant activity assessment.
9/ Valente MJ, et al. (2012). Further insights into chemical characterization through GC-MS and evaluation for anticancer potential of Dracaena draco leaf and fruit extracts.
10/ Wankeu-Nya M, et al. (2013). Dracaena arborea alleviates ultra-structural spermatogenic alterations in streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats.
11/ Yehia A-T, et al. (2013). In vitro evaluation of antimicrobial and antioxidant activity of Dragon’s blood tree (Dracaena cinnabari Balf.f.) of Socotra Island (Yemen).
12/ Yi T, et al. (2011). Comparison of the chemical profiles and anti-platelet aggregation effects of two “Dragon’s Blood” drugs used in traditional Chinese medicine.
13. Sun J, Liu JN, Fan B, Chen XN, Pang DR, Zheng J, Zhang Q, Zhao YF, Xiao W, Tu PF, Song YL, Li J. Phenolic constituents, pharmacological activities, quality control, and metabolism of Dracaena species: A review. J Ethnopharmacol. 2019 Nov 15;244:112138. doi: 10.1016/j.jep.2019.112138. Epub 2019 Aug 4. PMID: 31390529.