Our Dragon’s Blood resin (Croton lechleri) is wild harvested. It has adequate extraction quotas to ensure the health of the trees and complies with all national and international harvesting permissions (a threatened plant on the CITES list). It comes from forestry work with Amazonian communities in Pucallpa – Peru.
At AMAZON ANDES we are producers, suppliers and exporters of products derived from Dragon’s Blood resin. We offer wholesale prices for importers and distributors. We are suppliers of the best raw material from the Andean-Amazonian area in Peru.
We have HACCP and GMP certifications plus FDA certified facilities. We also offer the EOM service or private label for Dragon’s Blood, if you are seeking for the best supply of amazonian resins.
Batch certificates of analysis and samples are available.
We are the best alternative from origin. The best 100% pure Dragon’s Blood supplier.
USE OF DRAGON´S BLOOD
Female genital antiseptic: Mix three drops of Dragon’s Blood resin with a liter of water. Apply in the form of vaginal washes.
Depurative: Dilute three or five drops in a little water or fruit juice. Take one glass per month daily, then rest for three months and repeat if desired.
Minor Wounds: Impregnate a piece of sterile cotton with the resin. Clean the wound and apply the resin directly. Do not apply when the wound suppurates.
Tuberculosis: Mix two drops of the resin with milk in a glass. Take it once a day.
Tumors: Mix with warm water or with some solid food. It is used in the same way as in the case of gastric ulcers, after blood purification with other plants, then it is rested for 15 days. Treatment with cat's claw was started again for one month and drago blood the following month.
For external use, the resin/sap is rubbed directly onto the affected area several times a day and allowed to dry. Please note: the resin is red! It will temporarily stain your skin a reddish-brown color (it will wash off), but will permanently stain your clothing.
Rubbing the rosin into the palm of the first hand or directly where the rosin is applied thickens to a thin, lighter-colored paste that helps form a second skin on top of a wound or rash and reduces the spots.
For internal use, the traditional remedy is 10-15 drops in a small amount of liquid, taken 1-3 times a day (be prepared, however, its taste is very particular).
SIDE EFFECTS AND CONTRAINDICATIONS OF DRAGON’S BLOOD
Excessive use of latex can cause constipation, blindness, stomach and circulatory disorders.
Do not abuse its use, nor in large wounds caused by burns, due to the cytotoxic activity of taspine; its use in duodenal ulcer can cause liver damage.
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