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a dark red resinous substance derived from various trees and used in photoengraving

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Lately, I've noticed jungle cures long popular in Latin America, bearing exotic names like Cat's Claw and Dragon's Blood, turning up alongside those natural staples.
She has never been moved by such a flattering analysis as the one in The Dragon's Blood probably because she is a level-headed woman who never meant any such thing by any of it.
SheaMoisture's new range of products contain certified organic shea butter and dragon's blood and coffee cherry extracts.
Resina Draconis is the resin extracted from the stem of Dracaena cochinchinensis, and it is commonly called "dragon's blood" in Chinese folk medicine [20].
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Dragon's blood is a bright red resin obtained from Dracaena cochinchinensis (Lour.) S.C.Chen (Yunnan, China).
Socotra is home to a unique variety of animals and plants, such as the dragon's blood trees, due to its extreme isolation.
London, Jan 14 ( ANI ): Celebrities including Lady Gaga have apparently turned to 'Dragon's Blood' to regain their youthful look.
Luckily I have dragon's blood running through my veins.
He assured fans he was fine, saying on Twitter: "Luckily I have dragon's blood running through my veins".
Rosettes of fleshy bronze leaves hug the ground beside smaller Sedum spurium 'Dragon's Blood'.
Look out for aconite yellow, Roman ochre, Sienna earth, and the evocatively-titled dragon's blood.
All the Sedum spuriums such as Dragon's Blood, John Creech and Tricolor are rapid-growing groundcovers.
If we were especially good, it might even be a Cadbury's 99 with a chocolate flake and a squirt of "dragon's blood".