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Warning: Many herbs adversely interact with modern medicines and should only be taken after consulting with medical professionals. Use as directed by a health care provider. Always follow the manufacturers dosage guidelines!



XUE JIE (Sanguis Draconis, Dragon's Blood Resin)

Dragon's blood is derived from the Sangre de Drago, a tree found in South American rain forests. A cut in the trunk of the tree, exudes a red resin, hence the name dragon's blood.

The resin is well known in South America for its healing properties, and from there made its way into traditional Chinese medicine.

Xue Jie is also known as Draconis Resina, Dracorubin, Dragon's Blood Palm, Daemonorops draco and Calamus draco. It belongs to the family Arecaceae or Palmae. External use:
Dragon's Blood main medicinal use is to treat cuts, scrapes, abrasions, skin ulcers and insect bites. Dragon's blood can be applied directly to skin, creating a sort of protective layer alloing the skin to regenerate and reducing risk of infection. It stops bleeding and it works well on chronic slow healing sores.

Dragon's Blood is also used on hemorrhoids to reduce swelling and pain,

Internal use:
A few drops of Xue Jie added to a cup of warm water can help to stop diarrhea and treat vaginitis and yeast infections

Dragon's Blood is also traditionally used to treat hemorrhaging after childbirth.

It can also be taken as a pain reliever.

Other uses:
Dragon's Blood Resin is also used in incense. In the Orient is considered a sacred resin. Its traditional uses include burning it for love, spiritual protection, and for casting out evil. People believe adding a pinch of Dragon's Blood to other burning resins boosts their power.

Cautions:
Do not take Dragon's Blood Resin internally during pregnancy, during the monthly menses, or if pregnant or breastfeeding.

Some peaple experience allergic reactions on their skin.

As with all herbs and supplements, consult with a licensed health care provider before use as it might have adverse reactions with other treatments.



Warning: Many herbs adversely interact with modern medicines and should only be taken after consulting with medical professionals. Use as directed by a health care provider. Always follow the manufacturers dosage guidelines!




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