Dragon’s BLOOD I had a few requests on how to topically apply Dragon’s Blood. Today presented the perfect opportunity as having scraped my hand
Peruvian Dragon’s Blood – Sustainably harvested from the croton lechleri species of tree in Peru, not to be confused with the asian variety of these trees, this blood red sap weighs in as one of the most powerful antioxidants on the planet according to numerous sources and testing on the ORAC value scale.
Overview – In the Amazon jungle, when someone gets a cut, scrape or insect bite or sting, you will sometimes see him or her making a cut in the bark of a tree with a machete to release a small stream of deep red sap. When rubbed on the affected area of the skin, this medicine, known as Sangre de Drago or Sangre de Grado (dragon’s blood), is an amazingly effective means of stopping bleeding, muting pain, and disinfecting wounds.
Application – Along with cuts, bites, and stings, dragon’s blood treats burns, rashes, sores, hemorrhages, and all kinds of abrasions. Dragon’s blood’s unique chemical constituency makes it useful in helping with many different kinds issues, it is used as an antifungal agent, helps in treating fractures, ulcers, gastrointestinal disorders, tumors, rheumatism, hemorrhoids, respiratory viruses, staph infection, menstrual irregularities, and blood circulation dysfunctions. Plus many more…