Natural Dragon’s Blood Natural Incense Resin
Dragons Blood is a resin ( sanguis draconis) that comes from a Draco type palm tree. Dragon's blood has been used for its antiviral activity in wound healing. One compound found in Dragons Blood is Taspine which helps to reduce inflammation. It has a sweet soft scent which is why it is popular in incense.
In many religions and rituals, Dragon's Blood is used to heal, protect or banish. Dragon's blood ink is used to write intentions and to dress a candle to "power up". Dragons Blood is now being added to many skin care creams due to its anti-aging benefits
Resin incense is a form of incense that relies on raw materials from aromatic plants and herbs. Resins are hardened secretions of plants, particularly coniferous trees. Some of the most well known forms of resin that have been used for incense in the west are frankincense and myrrh, which were first used by the ancient Egyptians and which were once worth more than their weight in gold, so important were they as part of religious ritual.
This resin from a palm tree is burned to entice errant lovers to return. This is usually done by women seated near an open window, looking outside at night. The dried resin is a powerful protectant when carried, sprinkled around the house or smouldered as incense. It will also drive evil and negativity away when burned.
Attributed to Heh and Pe by the Kabbalists (Aires and Mars) Dragons Blood is also an incense of Fire. It is especially good when mixed with other incense, and acts as a boost to their potency. Dragon's Blood comes from the fruit of the Draco trees, and looks like boiling blood when you put it on the charcoal.
In American Hoodoo, African-American folk magic, and New Orleans voodoo, Dragon's Blood is used in mojo hands for money-drawing or love-drawing, and is used as incense to cleanse a space of negative entities or influences. It is also added to red ink to make "Dragon's Blood Ink", which is used to inscribe magical seals and talismans. The red resin of Dragon's Blood was used in ancient times as varnish, medicine, incense, and dye. Traditionally, dragon's blood is used externally as a wash to promote healing of wounds and to stop bleeding. It is used internally for chest pains, post-partum bleeding, internal traumas and menstrual irregularities. Dragon's blood incense is also occasionally sold as "red rock opium" to unsuspecting would-be drug buyers. It actually contains no opiates, and has only slight psychoactive effects, if any at all. A pinch of Dragon's Blood added to other incenses increases their potency and power. To quiet a noisy house, powerder some Dragon's Blood, mix it with sugar and salt, and place in a bottle. Cover this tightly and secure it somewhere in your house where it won't be found. You'll have peace and quiet.
How to// In order to burn resin incense you will require a few more tools than you will for burning sticks, spirals, or cones. For instance, since resin will not remain lit and burn on its own, you will first need to obtain charcoal discs to provide heat to release the scent. Pure-burning charcoal discs will burn long, and are only slightly larger than a quarter dollar coin. It is best to look for charcoal that does not contain saltpetre, as this chemical makes the charcoal burn too hot and produces an unpleasant scent. If burned correctly over a bamboo charcoal, resin can burn and produce scent for a very long time.
You will also need a bowl or urn capable of withstanding the heat of burning charcoal. Specialized brass urns, or censers, work well, while also adding a nice decorative touch to any décor. Those who are interested in burning resin incense are also advised to find a pair of tongs to handle the charcoal (which, once it gets going, can obviously cause some major damage to unprotected fingers).
To burn your resin, place the charcoal in your urn on top of a bed of sand or ash to further absorb the heat. Apply a match or lighter for 10-20 seconds until the charcoal self-ignites (you may have to hold the disc in the air in your tongs to facilitate the lighting process). Give the charcoal two or three minutes to warm up and go gray around the edges. Next, add resin incense on top of the charcoal. The resin will begin to burn, thus releasing its essential oils for you to enjoy. Remember, with resin you have flexibility with your experience. Don't be afraid to experiment with mixtures.
Type: Natural Resin
Material: Dragon’s Blood
Weight: 50 gram or 200 gram
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