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- Rich in taspine, Dragon’s Blood is widely used to address skin concerns such as cuts, bruises, rashes, insect bites, abrasions, and burns. Taspine is known for its skin regeneration and healing properties. It stops bleeding quickly and seals wounds. Dragon’s blood is also widely regarded as one of the world’s most powerful antioxidants. This powerful antioxidant also possesses antiviral, antifungal, antibacterial and other properties which are all a part of the reason that Dragon’s blood is so revered.
- It is full of goodness for your hair and that starts with its richness in vitamin C, but it also has vitamins B1, B2, and B3. It has calcium, iron, and phosphorus, high in dietary fiber and phytoalbumins, which contain antioxidant properties. Dragon fruit is filled with those tiny black seeds and they are not only edible but also an asset to the fruit and to us. The seeds are extremely high in polyunsaturated fatty acids like Omega 3 and 6 and it contains carotene.
- The fatty acids are excellent supporters for healthy hair with the Omega 3s keeping your hair lustrous and shiny while the Omega 6s stimulates hair growth. Those Omega 3s are also vital to our body’s production of collagen and collagen helps each strand of hair maintain its thickness. Unfortunately, as we age this delivery slows down, so this is very important for our aging hair to get this type of help.