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(Croton lechleri)

dragons blood
Dragon’s Blood
dragon´s blood


It is a native tree from Peru that grows until 20 meters high. Latex of Croton palanostigma contains among its principal components, an alkaloid denominated taspina. Also contains: piridona, aporfina, quinoleina, and the SP-303 principle, that is an oligomeric substance of antiviral action.

From always the natives of the Amazon jungle used the DRAGON’S BLOOD (SANGRE DE GRADO) tree as an excellent cicatrizant.
Preliminary studies have determined that the cicatrizant action of latex contained in DRAGON’S BLOOD, is given by the alkaloid taspina, that acts stimulating the migration of fibroblasts.
This way introduces the cellular reparation process and wounds contraction (cicatrization). In preliminary studies it was noticed a reduction in the ulceration index, in addition it was observed a noticeable increase of the consistency and thickness of the stomach mucous membrane (Malaga Trillo, G. UPCH, 1991).

These properties are used in problems of gastrointestinal ulcers and external ulcerations or injuries. Its hemeostatic property goes hand in hand with cicatrisation, since it stops the hemorrhage of a wound or ulceration, applying it by drops depending on the problem.

At this moment studies are been made in Italy to determine specificly on which type of tumors acts the DRAGON’S BLOOD.

Indications: Traditionally used as gastric ulcers cicatrizant. It is used for diverse afecctions like uterine colics, hemorrhages, disenteria and treatment of tumors. In addition to eliminate the marks left by the smallpox and diverse scars.

Contraindications: Do not take during pregnancy and lactation.


Dragon's blood is a bright red resin that is obtained from different species of a number of distinct plant genera: Croton, Dracaena, Daemonorops, Calamus rotang and Pterocarpus. The red resin was used in ancient times as varnish, medicine, incense, and dye. It continues to be employed for the aforementioned purposes by some.
Name and source
A great degree of confusion existed for the ancients in regard to the source and identity of dragon's blood. The resin of Dracaena species, "true" dragon's blood, and the very poisonous mineral cinnabar (mercury sulfide) were often confused by the ancient Romans, and there appears to have been a tendency to call anything that was bright red "dragon's blood". In ancient China, little or no distinction was made among the types of dragon's blood from the different species. (Both Dracaena and Daemonorops resins are still often marketed today as dragon's blood, with little or no distinction being made between the plant sources.)
Voyagers to the Canary Islands in the 15th century obtained dragon's blood as dried garnet-red drops from Dracaena draco, a tree native to the Canary Islands and Morocco. The resin is exuded from its wounded trunk or branches. Dragon's blood is also obtained by the same method from D. cinnabari, which is endemic to the island of Socotra. This resin was traded to ancient Europe via the Incense Road.
Dragon's blood resin is also produced from the rattan palms of the genus Daemonorops of the Indonesian islands and known there as jerang or djerang. It is gathered by breaking off the layer of red resin encasing the unripe fruit of the rattan. The collected resin is then rolled into solid balls before being sold.
The dragon's blood known to the ancient Romans was mostly collected from D. cinnabari, and is mentioned in the 1st century Periplus (30: 10. 17) as one of the products of Socotra. Socotra had been an important trading centre since at least the time of the Ptolemies. Dragon's blood was used as a dye and medicine (respiratory & gastrointestinal problems) in the Mediterranean basin, and was held by early Greeks, Romans, and Arabs to have medicinal properties. Dioscorides and other early Greek writers described its medicinal uses.
Locals of Moomy city on Socotra island use the Dracaena resin as a sort of cure-all, using it for such things as general wound healing, a coagulant (though this is ill-advised with commercial products, as the Daemonorops species acts as an anti-coagulant and it is usually unknown what species the dragon's blood came from), curing diarrhea, lowering fevers, dysentery diseases, taken internally for ulcers in the mouth, throat, intestines and stomach, as well as an antiviral for respiratory viruses, stomach viruses and for such skin disorders as eczema. It was also used in medieval ritual magic and alchemy. Not native to North America, some of the plants have been brought over in recent years and have become naturalized.
Dragon's blood of both Dracaena draco (commonly referred to as the Draconis Palm) and Dracaena cinnabari were used as a source of varnish for 18th century Italian violinmakers. There was also an 18th century recipe for toothpaste that contained dragon's blood. In modern times it is still used as a varnish for violins, in photoengraving, as an incense resin, and as a body oil.
Dragon's blood from both Daemonorops were used for ceremonies in India. Sometimes Dracaena resin, but more often Daemonorops resin, was used in China as red varnish for wooden furniture. It was also used to colour the surface of writing paper for banners and posters, used especially for weddings and for Chinese New Year.
In American Hoodoo, African-American folk magic, and New Orleans voodoo, it is used in mojo hands for money-drawing or love-drawing, and is used as incense to cleanse a space of negative entities or influences. It is also added to red ink to make "Dragon's Blood Ink", which is used to inscribe magical seals and talismans.
In folk medicine, dragon's blood is used externally as a wash to promote healing of wounds and to stop bleeding. It is used internally for chest pains, post-partum bleeding, internal traumas and menstrual irregularities.
In neopagan Witchcraft, it is used to increase the potency of spells for protection, love, banishing and sexuality. In New Age shamanism it is used in ceremonies in a similar way as the neopagans use it.
Dragon's blood incense is also sold as "red rock opium" to unsuspecting would-be drug buyers. It actually contains no opiates, and has only slight psychoactive effects, if any at all.

(Gentianella alborosea)


Recommended use: Hypocholesterolemic (reduce cholesterol), cholegogue (facilitates bile secretion), choleretic (secretion and excretion of bile) and blood depurative. HERCAMPURI is recommended as a complement in treatments for weight and cholesterol reduction. It is also used to treat hepatic affections and as a natural blood purifier.

Product description: It is a native plant from Peru that grows between the 3.500 and 4.300 meters of altitude. The name of this plant comes from the quechua word “Hjircan pureck” that means “the one who walks from town to town” in reference to the ancient doctors in the Inca’s Empire who used to travel all towns of the Empire using medicinal plants.

Due to its lipotrophical action, HERCAMPURI has a remarkable action on fat metabolism eliminating fatness without cause anorexy. Hence it is used to reduce exogenoustype obesity. Due to the high amount of bitter substances of the plant, it is an excellent hepatic-depurative, excercising its cholegogue activity.

This product reduces LDL cholesterol levels, known as bad cholesterol, transforming them into biliary acids. The plant’s cholegogue action facilitates bile secretion and as choleretic helps its excretion. It is also highly recommended to treat liver and gall bladder affections.

Several studies performed at the Greater National University of San Marcos of Lima, Peru, confirm these properties. Studies on acute toxicity determine that the plant is innocuous, that is to say, without negative secondary or indirect effects.

Composition of the plant: The components more known of HERCAMPURI are: eritaurine, bitter taste substance of glycoside type; amarogencine and gentiapicrine, gentian and gentiamarine; eritrocentaurine, crystallized substance and insipid, lactins restored gentiapicrosides, volatile oils, sugars, mucilages, tannins, gentianic acid, hemicellulose and minerals (aluminum, calcium, potassium, sodium, magnesium and chlorine).

Part of the plant used: The aerial part of Gentianella alborosea plant is used.
Important: After two months of continuous consumption, interrupt usage for one week. Do not take during pregnancy. Consult a physician before using this product if you are being treated for any medical condition. Not recommended for patients with hipoglicemy.
Caution and Adverse reactions: Have not been reported.

(Lepidium meyenil)
Maka (Lepidium meyenil)
Maka powder

Recommended use:

Miraculous energizer and natural anti-stress. It is highly recommended for treatments of infertility and male impotence. Acts as nutrient, restorative and stamina enhancer hence helping to cope with mental and physical tiredness.
One of the best properties of MACA is to fortify the osseous structure and to increase energies. It is very used in cases of convalescence, lack of memory, fatigue and as a general tonic so as in weakness cases. MACA`S properties are innumerable.

Product description: MACA, also known as Peruvian Ginseng is a plant cultivated only in the Andes of Peru, between 3,500 and 4,500 meters of altitude. It had an important role during the time of the Incas Empire, since it was used as part of the feeding ration given to the best Inca warriors, to have more energy, strength and vitality for battles.

At the present time, its nutritional value has been recognized worldwide.
For this reason the NASA uses MACA within its nutritional programs and also FAO includes it in the product listing to fight against nutritional problems. MACAS nutritional value comes partly from its high protein content and the quantity of amino acids (18 amino acids, including 7 of 9 essential amino acids), carbohydrates and other compounds as fatty oils (2 of 3 essentials), minerals and vitamins.

MACAS therapeutic effects are due to the presence of secondary metabolites like alkaloids, glucosinolates, sterols, phenolic compounds and others, that have been analyzed in a series of studies performed in Peru and other countries.

Because of MACAS physical and mental energizing effect it is an ideal supplement for a vast range of people, from sportsmen/women to students, professionals, older people, etc.
The use of MACA do not cause weight gain because its low contents of grease and high percentage of fiber.
Part of the plant used: The root of the Lepidium meyenii plant is used.
Important: Consult a physician before using this product if you are being treated for any medical condition. Not recommended for people with hypertension.
Caution and Adverse reactions: They have not been reported.


(Geranium dielsianum)
Geranium dielsianum-Pasuchaca


It is a Peruvian and wild plant that grows of spontaneous way and lives in altitudes over the 3.000 meters of altitude. PASUCHACA (Geranium dielsianum) is considered as a vegetal species with an excellent hypoglicemiant effect (reduces sugar levels) reason why is recommended in the treatment of certain types of diabetes.
It has not been determined yet the mechanism of action of its components but it is thought that it increases the peripheral use of the glucose or increases the captivation of glucose by the muscle and inhibits the hepatic glucogenesis increase in the diabetics, or increases the reception of the insulin to its receivers, considering that insulin does not exert effect on certain cells like those of the kidney tubular epithelium.

The main medicinal properties attributed to PASUCHACA are: antidiabetic, hypoglicemiant and blood purifier as well. Also it is considered as a good astringent and anti inflammatory, reason why usually is used to fight mouth ulcers and diarrheas.

In relation with diabetes mellitus, this disease usually begins in the childhood, but it can happen to any age and it is not rare in adults.
In most of the cases the beginning is abrupt, with loss of weight, weakness, excessive excretion of foods, as the insuline production diminishes, appears hyperglucose (high glucose content in blood), as a result of the incapacity of the organism to use the glucose.

The diabetes mellitus includes a set of metabolic alternations that affect carbohydrates, fats and proteins to which it adds a group of disorders.
These disturbances are due to a deficient insulin action, which can begin with an inadequate secretion of insulin or in a diminished response to the hormone in one or more points of its work (insulin resistance).

According to data presented by the Pan-American Health Organization, in the Americas , around 20 million people suffer the disease and 45% are inhabitants of Latin America and the Caribbean. It is foreseen that the number of cases in these subregions surpasses the cases of the United States and Canada.
Therefore it is good to start an early treatment, which will help to the patient to have a comfortable and useful life. In the same way, it is very important to maintain corporal weight optimal to correct the biochemical and metabolic abnormalities, to prevent the progression of the diseases and their complications. It is extremely important the style of life of the person with diabetes, also the administration of low sugar agents and dietetic products.
The PASUCHACA is not a cure nor a substitute of the correct dietetic habits or medicines, but its use will help to maintain the sugar level within the acceptable limits. It is recommended for the treatment of light and moderate diabetes.
Composition: Sugars or reducing substances: reagent of Fehing, reagent of Benedicts, glicocides, antraquinonicos, antrocianicos, saponics, mucilages, tannins, resins, flavonoids and ceretenoids.
Contraindications: None.



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