Dragon's blood resin, when harvested is often poured into cloth bags to harden, the result is this incredible resin ball. Each dragon's blood resin ball pictured weighs in at over 10 ounces.
Dragon’s blood has been used in recipes and cultures across the world. In the 15th century, voyagers to the Canary Islands obtained dragon’s blood resin drops from a wounded tree. This resin was traded to ancient Europe on the famous Incense Road.
In folk medicine, a recipe for an external wash is created and is said to help promote healing of wounds and to stop bleeding. Today we use this incredibly fragrant resin in recipes for incense, dyes, and inks. Its deep and rich scent is used to increase the potency of spells, cleansing rituals, and banishing.