Pure latex of Croton lechleri has been used for centuries by the indigenous population, the Oriente people of South America, as a liquid plaster, for hipbaths, etc.. Many other uses have been handed down for this 100% natural product. Dragon's blood is also used for insect bites - simply spread it on the sting.
When you rub the liquid on your skin, the friction creates a light white foam. This way you can tell that it is real latex of Croton lechleri.
Do not confuse the substance from the Amazon rainforest with dragon's blood, a substance from a palm tree (Daemonorops), which comes from Asia.
Recommendation for use of Dragon's Blood:
To take the liquid, add 10-15 drops to a cup of water, drink 1-3 times a day.
Applied externally, repeat the rubbing 2-4 times a day.
Fresh dragon tree sap acts as a natural wound plaster. Immediately applied to abrasions or cuts, the liquid dries quickly and forms a reddish film that seals the wound like a second skin and protects against the penetration of germs. In addition, Sangre de Grado contains the rare alkaloid taspin, which helps close the wound. The effect of Taspin has been scientifically proven. Also, renowned universities proved that dragon's blood supports the formation of scabs and promotes the formation of new tissue.
It is also used for oral and dental hygiene.
The plant juice is very color intensive, difficult to remove from textiles and non-smooth surfaces. Keep out of reach of children. No direct sun or excessive heat, always close, otherwise it will dry out.