Dragons Blood Resin Incense

$6.00

Dragon’s blood is a resin produced from the fruit of the rattan palm tree, Daemonorops draco. Believed to be cleansing and antifungal, our Dragons Blood incense resin burns fresh and fragrant.

Size: 1 oz tube

Additional Product Info

What does dragon's blood smell like?

Dragon’s blood is a sweet, soft-smelling resin, similar to amber but with a more subtle fragrance than common amber. An excellent choice for setting a calming mood, as an incense dragon blood resin is often described as having a rich and luxurious scent.

How do you get dragons blood resin?

Don’t worry: no dragons were harmed in the collection of this dragon’s blood! Unlike essential oils, which need to be processed, this incense is a natural product, sourced from a number of related tropical rattan tree species known as dragon trees. Resin that seeps from the tree’s trunk or branches can be harvested, but this necessitates wounding the tree. Harvesting resin that resin that encases unripened fruit from dragon trees, as this can be done without harming the tree in any way and has been the traditional method for safely and responsibly gathering dragon’s blood for centuries.

What are the benefits of dragon's blood?

Dragon’s blood, like many other incenses and essential oils, has a long and proud history of being used in the spiritual practices of indigenous people around the world. Most well-known for its healing properties, it also offers powerful protection and cleansing, similar to sage. In addition for its use as an incense, dragon’s blood is also used to create ink, which is known to have powerful properties when used in ritual spaces. Because of its strong relationship to physical health, especially women’s health, dragon’s blood has also been used as an ingredient in herbal sachets for healing for thousands of years, predating the Greeks and Romans.

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Shamans Market is a labor of love and service. We began our spiritual journey in 1994, learning from wisdom keepers of many earth honoring wisdom traditions, mostly in the Americas. We have traveled extensively in Peru and made many meaningful heart connections with the people of this amazing country.

In 1999, after running out of many of the products we use in our Shamanic practice (and not having a trip to Peru in sight) we decided to import products for our friends and community. We are as excited today as we were then to support the growing shamanic community in the US and globally. Additionally, providing a fair trade outlet for the exquisite artisans and the indigenous people of the Andes, Amazon, Tibet and other countries around the world!

Over the years our offerings have grown. We are pleased to now offer lifestyle products to promote living in harmony with each other and our Earth.

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To offer quality products that promote a lifestyle of living in harmony with each other and our Earth.

Shamans Market offers fair trade, eco-friendly, artisan made, organic, natural, products. Many of these products support indigenous people who maintain their ancient wisdom and culture.

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A majority of our offerings come for Peru, Ecuador, Bolivia, Central America, Tibet, Nepal, India and the USA.

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Amazon rainforest preservation, medical support to Indigenous people & preserving indigenous wisdom by supporting the following non-profit charities: The Heart of the Healer Foundation, Camino Verde, Amazon Promise and Green America.