Dragon’s Blood (also known as Dragon’s Tears) is used in magickal workings to promote strength, purification and protection.
- How to:
Make a strong infusion by pouring boiling water over dragon’s tears (dragon’s blood resin). Add this to a bucket of floor wash rinse water with vinegar and scrub away.
- Dragon’s Blood resin (powdered if possible)
- Colorlesss alcohol (such as vodka)
- Tightly sealable jar
- one cinnamon stick (chipped) or 15 cloves or one vanilla bean (chipped) or 9 coffee beans (crushed).
Pour the resin and spices into the jar. Pour in just enough alcohol to cover the resin/spices mixture plus 10% more. Seal the jar. The resin will leach it’s color into the alcohol, faster if it is a powder than if it is resin chunks. The spices will leach their scent into the ink at the same time.
When you think it is dark enough, dip a sterile toothpick into the liquid, and test on the paper you intend to use it with. Let dry: is it indeed dark enough, or does it need more steeping? Continue steeping and testing.
When it is done, strain to remove the resin and spices. Return the liquid to the bottle, use for writing. Be advised that this is not a sun-fast ink, so it should not be used for things that will spend a great deal of time in the direct sunlight.
By: Susan Profit
To 2 ounces base oil, add one Vitamin E capsule and:
- 7 drops Rose oil
- 3 drops Jasmine oil
- 3 drops Patchouli oil
- 7 drops Dragon’s Blood Resin oil
- 3 Rose quartz chips or a small rose quartz
Float 3 pink or red rose buds in master bottle.
Wear to draw love. Anoint pink or red candles and burn while visualizing.