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Names for Xue Jie
Pharmaceutical: Sanguis Draconis
Botanical: Daemonorops draco Bl.(Palmae)
Other names: Qi Lin Jie
Description: Dragon's Blood. A resin derived from the fruit of Calamus Draco. Also called Calamus gum.

Stops bleeding (external use); Reduces ulcers (external use); Promotes tissue regeneration (external use); Calms pain (oral intake); Promotes Blood circulation (oral intake); Eliminates Blood accumulation (oral intake); ...

Origin of xue jie
Indonesia, Malaysia, Taiwan. China (Guangdong).;

Preparation of xue jie

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