If I told you I put dragon's blood on my face–and use it to brush my teeth–you might take me for the type of person who puts nightingale droppings and snail slime on my face (which I do), not to mention the fact that dragons don't even technically exist... With a name that implies witch potions and enchanted realms, Dragon's blood is a versatile substance that comes from a tree that bleeds red sap; specifically trees of the croton lechleri genus native to South America where it is known as Sangre de Drago. In addition to being considered a magical ingredient in voodoo and shamanistic rituals, dragon's blood hosts an incredible amount of medicinal and curative properties....
This resin was discovered by the Amazonians who would hack into the bleeding trees with their machetes when injured and would cover their wounds with the sap to stop bleeding, prevent infection and create a natural band-aid. The resin, which is blood red when fresh, turns into a white paste when rubbed, drying into a second-skin seal over the wound.
Dragon's Blood Properties:
"Dragon’s Blood also significantly reduced radiation-induced inflammatory cytokines of tumor necrosis factor, and inhibited hippocampal neuronal apoptosis. The results obtained here suggest that Dragon’s Blood has radioprotective properties in rat brains after both heavy ions and (60)Co y-ray exposure. It also inhibited hippocampal neuronal apoptosis (death) caused by excess radiation. When traveling, we are usually subject to higher levels of radiation"
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