Sangre de Grado is traditionally used for the following, as a hemostatic, antiseptic, and vulnerary agent for wounds, burns, cuts, hemmorrhoids,and tooth extractions, also as an antiviral agent for herpes virus ulcers, taken internally or applied topically, for skin fungi, rashes, and dermatitis, for insect bites, poison ivy and other allergic skin reactions,SANGRE DE GRADO

(Dragon’s Blood! Nature’s Powerful Anti-Viral)

A pure natural resin extracted from the sangre de grado tree (Croton lechleri) which is also called “dragon’s blood.”

Sangre de grado resin is a storehouse of plant chemicals including proanthocyanidins (antioxidants), simple phenols, diterpenes, phytosterols, and biologically active alkaloids and lignans.

Price: £25.95 – 60 mil / 2fl oz

Scientists have attributed many of the biologically active properties of the resin to two main “active” constituents: an alkaloid named taspine, and a lignan named dimethylcedrusine.

For more complete information on this powerful plant of the rainforest, please see the Plant Database File on Sangre de Grado.

Raintree Nutrition’s sangre de grado resin has been sustainably wild-harvested in the Peruvian Amazon. It is rich in active and beneficial phytochemicals which occur naturally in this plant and is unconditionally guaranteed.

Raintree’s supply of sangre de grado comes from the high jungle of Peru where new organic cultivation programs with medicinal plants are replacing old coca plantations and providing new sources of income for poor farmers on their existing lands.

Ingredients: 100% pure sangre de grado resin (Croton lechleri). This plant has been sustainably wild-harvested (without pesticides or fertilizers) in the Brazilian Amazon and is non-irradiated and non-fumigated.

Suggested Use: Take 15 drops in water 1-2 times daily. Use topically by applying liberally to affected area of skin. Avoid contact with eyes.

Contraindications: Not to be used during pregnancy or breast-feeding.

Drug Interactions: None known.

Other Observations: Will stain clothing and other textiles.




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