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    • Danielle Heinrich

      Dragon Blood Tree, named for its red sap, is only found on the Island of Soqotra, Yemen ( lion king tree)

    • Georgia

      World’s Most Beautiful Trees Photography PART 2 - Dragon Blood Tree , Yemen

    • Noah Lervaag

      Dragon Blood Tree, Socotra, Yemen. One of my favorite places in the world

    • @Gini S♣

      Dragon’s Blood tree, Yemen. In Socotra Island, Yemen, there is a remarkable tree called Dragon's blood tree (Dracaena cinnabari) In medieval times people thought that its red, blood - coloured resin was the dragon's blood of the ancients. Because of this belief it is also used in ritual magic and alchemy.The locals use the dragon's blood resin as a cure-all. They use it in general wound healing, as a coagulant, cure for diarrhea, for dysentery diseases, for lowering fevers etc. Dragon's blood was used as a tooth-paste in the 18th century.  

    • Scott Schaller

      Dragonblood Tree in Yemen

    • Saki Yoshimoto

      Dragon Blood Tree- Dragon's blood trees are a distinctive and slow-growing species of dragon tree native to the Socotra archipelago (Yemen) off the horn of Africa. The famous red resin that gives it its name is exuded from the bark after wounding. The medicinal and colouring properties of this resin, and that from other dragon trees, was recorded by the ancient civilisations of Greece and Rome. It continues to be used in medicine, dyes, varnish and incense to this day. - BBC Nature.

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