A dark red liquid resin.
It is usually obtained by cutting the bark of the Croton lecherli tree, which occurs in the tropical Andes.
The sap of Pterocarpus daemonorops or dragons is sometimes used, but this is considered more toxic and is therefore used less.
Some peoples believe that dragon's blood has healing properties, others use it as a dye or incense for religious rituals. It has a specific and very strong, sweet scent.
Dragon's blood has an exceptional composition: it contains active ingredients such as antioxidants, tannins, lignans, etc.
Antioxidants help to purify the body of free radicals that arise as a product of metabolism and could harm the cells of our body.
Free radicals accelerate the aging process of our body, which leads to the development of diseases. Therefore, they are undesirable and it is necessary to eliminate them from the body. The antioxidants just mentioned help with this.
Tannins belong to the polymeric phenolic compounds.
They are part of many foods and have a detoxifying effect on our organism.
Ligans are polyphenols found in grains and seeds.
However, they disappear from the food during processing. They are very important for the organism and support the proper functioning of the immune and circulatory systems.
Saturated fatty acids help maintain appropriate levels of fat and cholesterol in the blood.
It is necessary to adhere to the dosage recommendation given on the package leaflet.
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