Dragon’s Blood is a tree growing up throughout the tropics and the Amazon regions of South America. When the trunk of the tree is cut, a dark red sap oozes out as if the tree is bleeding, earning its local name of “Sangre de drago”. This sap has been used since ancient times by indigenous Amazonian tribes against bites, stings, cuts… Applied directly on the skin, the sap formed a protective film like a second skin, thus avoiding external aggressions and accelerating the regeneration of skin cells. It also used like an astringent to stop bleeding wounds, and like an antibacterial and anti-inflammatory agent. Today, the South Americans still use, pure or in preparations, in the same way as their ancestors.
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|Form at 25°C||Liquid|
|Preservative||Potassium Sorbate, Sorbic Acid|
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