How to Make Dragons Blood Oil

Dragons blood oil is a mixture of herbs that has been used to heal different ailments for centuries. The red resin from the Dracaena draco plant gives the oil its color and provides many of its healing properties. You can make dragons blood oil at home, and it can help people with different health conditions.

How to Make Dragons Blood Oil

One of the first things to know about dragon blood oil is that it’s actually not an oil at all. It’s a resin, meaning that it comes in solid form and you need to heat it up so that you can use it. In this post, we’ll show how to make your own batch in just five easy steps! The first step is to gather the ingredients.


1. Start by boiling some water in a large pot.

2. Add the bark and leaves of a common red oak tree to the pot.

3. Let the mixture simmer for several hours, until the water has been reduced by half.

4. Strain the liquid through a fine mesh strainer into a container.

5. Let the blood oil cool before using it.

Ingredients You Need to Make Dragons Blood Oil

  • Red dragon’s blood resin
  • Olive oil
  • Lemon zest (optional)
  • An earthenware pot with a lid
  • A grater or cheesecloth to strain the mixture

Steps on How to Make Dragons Blood Oil

Step One: Heat up the Dragon’s Blood Resin

You need to heat the resin before using it. Place the resin in a container and put it into an oven at 300°F for 15 minutes. The sap will release healing properties when heated. After heating, allow the dragon’s blood oil to cool down.

Step Two:

Red Dragon’s Blood Resin

To make Dragons’ Blood oil, mix Dragons’ Blood resin with olive oil. The amount of each ingredient you use depends on the consistency and texture you want the oil to have. Simmer the mixture in a pan for an hour or two.

Step Three:

Simmer Away Once your Dragons’ Blood Resin has been mixed into some sort of container full of olive oil, it is time to pour them both into a saucepan at medium-low heat until they reach boiling point (it should be around 160°F). Stir occasionally while waiting for this concoction to cook because if not stirred, the mixture will burn and leave behind sticky black residue once finished cooking which may ruin the taste and appearance altogether.

Step Four:

Let It Cool Once the liquid has reached the desired point, it is time to take the pan off of the heat and let it cool for 20 minutes or so. Once cooled enough, strain out any leftover plant bits that may have escaped while simmering away in a colander. Add the Honey and Sugar The next step is to add honey and sugar to the mixture. First, stir in the sugar until it has dissolved. Next, add in the honey in batches, stirring as you go.

Step Five:

Bottle It Up! After pouring through your strainer one last time into another container (make sure you’ve got some cloth over top).

Heat Up The Dragon's Blood Resin

Budget-Friendly Option

In lieu of using a lot of olive oil, feel free to cut back how much you’re adding by half if not more depending on how much time you might want to spend stirring the mixture.

Advanced Option

You can always add a few drops of honey, cinnamon stick or clove for an even stronger flavor!

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Benefits of Dragons Blood Oil

  • This oil is not only used in spiritual practices but also has been found to be beneficial for skin care.
  • It’s a strong antiseptic and anti-inflammatory so it can help heal wounds and reduce pain from inflammation.
  • When applied topically, this essential oil leaves behind an invisible barrier that protects against irritants as well as microorganisms on the skin’s surface.
  • It can heal burns, bites, and sores.
  • The essential oil is known to stimulate elastin production, which helps skin repair itself after injury.
  • It has been found to be a useful remedy for acne and soothes inflammation due to psoriasis or dermatitis.
  • This also contains antioxidants that can help protect the skin from free radicals caused by pollution in the air as well as UV damage from sunlight exposure.
  • Dragon’s blood oil stimulates circulation and releases tension within muscles without causing any irritation or adverse reactions on the body when used topically. It may provide relief against chronic pain such as backaches too! The anti-inflammatory properties of a dragon’s blood inhibit tummy upset (nausea)

Frequently Asked Questions

What Is Dragon’s Blood Oil Made of?

Dragon’s blood oil is made of two ingredients, the fruit, and the tree. The fruit is a large evergreen tree that produces clusters of red-orange berries in fall and winter. The berries are picked when they turn black and then dried in the sun for three to four days.

The tree contains an essential oil known as draconite which is extracted from these berries by steam distillation or solvent extraction.

When Should I Use Dragon Blood Droplet?

The Dragon blood droplet is a consumable item that can be used in combat. It will provide players with more health, energy, and stamina to use skills.

It is advised to use the Dragon blood droplet when you are low on health or if you need an extra boost of power for some difficult fights.

What Does Dragons Blood Oil Smell Like?

Dragons blood oil is a popular remedy for acne, hair loss, and premature aging. It’s derived from the sap of an African tree called dracaena. The oil is extracted from the bark of the tree by steam distillation.

The most common scent found in dragon’s blood oil is an earthy or woodsy aroma with hints of cinnamon and clove. However, some reports have indicated that it can also have a very strong chemical smell when taken internally.

What Scents Make Up Dragon’s Blood?

Dragon’s blood is a deep red-orange liquid that has been used in perfumes and incense for centuries. It was traditionally made from the sap of a tree found in Madagascar called Dracaena cinnabari.

The most common scents found in dragon’s blood are:

• Honey, citrus, vanilla, herbs, and flowers.

Deep Red-orange Liquid

Final Thoughts

With just a little bit more work and ingredients than most people have on hand at any given point in their kitchen (or pantry), it’s easy enough to whip up this powerful herbal oil with your own two hands.

Once ready, pour into small glass bottles and store away until needed as necessary; by following these simple steps, anyone can know how to make dragons blood oil without breaking the bank

Nancy Behan

Nancy Behan

Nancy is an embroidery artist, fashion blogger and a full time editor at DIY quickly. Nancy edits the fashion section on DIY quickly, focusing on the embroidery and cross stitch articles, alongside with fabric and other costume design elements. She graduated from the University of Michigan with a Bachelor of Arts in Art History. She loves to work on her own projects, read books and watch romantic movies in her spare time.

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