Dragon’s Blood Resin


Dragon’s blood is a bright red resin which is obtained from different species of a number of distinct plant genera: Croton, Dracaena, Daemonorops, Calamus rotang and Pterocarpus. The red resin has been in continuous use since ancient times as varnish, medicine, incense, and dye.

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Dragon’s Blood Resin is considered one of the most potent ingredients in Magic. A key ingredient in many potent spells, rituals and old formulas, it definitely’s worth a try to give that extra kick in whatever you do.

Dragon’s Blood Resin in Witchcraft

Mages and Wizards who dig into their ingredients more and want to be more accurate and more effective always prefer the True Dragon’s Blood, the red resin of Dracaena species. Thus, they would really tell you that this is one of the most commonly used magical substances and one that cannot be easily substituted!

Burned in flames, powdered in Herbal Blends, added in Magical Potions and Elixir and of course used as the most powerful Magical Ink. Remember that we use this resin to create Dragon’s Blood ink.  Yet both Dracaena’s and Daemonorops’ resins are labeled and sold as Dragon’s blood.

Witches used the Resin called Dragon’s blood for many reasons:

  • As a potent catalyst in all their spells and rituals. Moreover, they believed that dragon’s blood adds extra magic to their spells. Thus, they included it in many diverse rituals, for extra magic.
  • Furthermore, they used it in loves spells and spells to raise passionate energies. They added it in charm bags and mojo bags to attract love and lovers along with Cinnamon, Patchouli and Cloves.
  • As one of the most potent ingredients, they added it to both summon and banish spirits. Even when burned alone, this precious resin was believed to grand protection in the Witch’s home.
  • Finally, they added it in rituals so that they one magic would grow further. Thus, it was used in power awakening spells and rituals.

Each bag contains 10g of Dragon’s Blood Resin.