Folklore and history
Dragons blood is the name given to many different plant species with a bright red composite. The true Dragons blood is the species Daemomorops draco, it has been used as a medicine and a dye since ancient times. It was highly prized for its medicinal, and magical qualities. It was made into a varnish and used to lacquer furniture and artifacts, giving them a bright red appearance. It was also sought after for use as a dye. It was used to make waxes, seals, poultices and incenses.
Used as a tincture or as a resin
Dragons blood is composed of benzoic and benzoyl-acetic acid, dracoresinotannol, dracon alban, and dracorescene.
Not to be taken internally.