Jasper, Dragon’s Blood


Healthy Balance

Be mature and live with a steady integrity.

Act swiftly and correctly for the Highest Good. 

Stay in balance and keep a good perspective.

Have healthy habits and be capable of change.

Let Dragon’s Blood Jasper bring you real power!

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Healing Properties of Dragon’s Blood Jasper

Spiritual: Dragon’s Blood Jasper has a distinctly mature vibration that deftly balances sensibility with bravery.  It helps us to quickly understand complex situations and respond to them appropriately.  Dragon’s Blood Jasper invites us to be strong as well as gentle and it pushes us to act with deliberate intent in all aspects of our lives.  In particular, it encourages us to be more conscious of our true impact.  It reminds us that when we channel our energy and time appropriately, we are immensely powerful beings.  Dragon’s Blood Jasper helps us to “grow up” in our spiritual and earthly lives and be capable of taking on more personal responsibility.  Likewise, it encourage us to give other people the freedom to walk their own paths without interference.  Dragon’s Blood Jasper asks us to focus on what’s truly important for our happiness and growth.  It helps us to put our knowledge into action and to live our faith in our everyday lives.  Dragon’s Blood Jasper is attuned to the Root, Sacral and Heart Chakras and linked to the astrological signs of Taurus, Leo and Aquarius.  It is connected to the Element of Earth and vibrates to the number 6 and 9.

Emotional: Dragon’s Blood Jasper is a wonderful stone to work with when we are trying to understand and change our relationships with other people.  It is especially useful when working through parent and adult-children dynamics.  It helps us to release old beliefs and habits that may have worked or been true at one time, but are no longer applicable.  Dragon’s Blood Jasper is also great for exploring patterns in our romantic relationships.  It helps us to analyze behavioral patterns and determine whether or not they are healthy.  It encourages us to be logical and capable of change.  It also helps us to to avoid over-personalizing and getting trapped in our own emotional loops.  Dragon’s Blood Jasper helps us to release unnecessary guilt and shame as well as any tendencies towards either avoiding responsibility or taking on too much responsibility.  Dragon’s Blood Jasper shows us the correct balance and pushes us to create healthy boundaries. Dragon’s Blood Jasper reminds us that real love magnifies what is good and allows us space to grow.  Real love doesn’t reduce us or leave us feeling stuck.   

Mental: Dragon’s Blood Jasper encourages us to live with honor and integrity.  It pushes us to “walk the talk” and to closely examine our habits and routines to ensure we are living the way we wish to.  Dragon’s Blood Jasper encourages us to have high standards while at the same time releasing perfectionism.  It reminds us that there is no need to punish ourselves for being human, rather than a perfect robot or divine being.  We will have our ups and downs, our good days and our bad, and that’s normal.  Likewise, not every moment in life will be exciting and it’s important to value the practical mundane moments too, because they keep our life running smoothly.  Dragon’s Blood Jasper helps us to stay in balance and keep a good perspective.  It helps us feel grounded and at peace in our mind.  Dragon’s Blood Jasper encourages us to be diligent and finish the tasks that we set out to do.  It release both fears of failure and fears of success, replacing them with a steady journey towards excellence.   

Physical: Dragon’s Blood Jasper is recommended when we need to look at our physical and mental routines and healthcare needs pragmatically and courageously.  It encourages us to have good habits, to follow sensible advice and to be willing to change when needed.  Dragon’s Blood Jasper reminds us to look at healing holistically and not to sacrifice one aspect of ourselves in favor of another.  Our physical and mental health are both equally important and deserving of proper care.  Dragon’s Blood Jasper is an excellent talisman for primary care physicians and alternative healers who need to look at the entire patient, rather than narrowing down on one aspect and ignoring the rest.    

Always use wisdom when considering crystal therapies for healing.

Mineralogy of Dragon’s Blood Jasper

Dragon’s Blood Jasper, Western Australia

Rock Type: Sedimentary – Chert
Major Minerals: Fuchsite and Red Jasper

Color: Green and red
Gravity: 2.6
Hardness: 7
Luminescence: None
Texture: Non-clastic
Transparency: Opaque

Location: Dragon’s Blood Jasper is found exclusively in Western Australia.  Despite the similarity in name and appearance, it is not to be confused with a healing crystal called Dragonstone found in South Africa.  For more information, please see the history tab.
mookaite jasper mine locations

Rock Type: Dragon’s Blood Jasper is not a mineral, but rather a rock. An easy way to understand the difference is that rocks are like cookies and minerals are ingredients like flour or sugar. Many different minerals are used to create a rock! In the case of Dragon’s Blood Jasper it is a Chert, a fine-grained sedimentary rock composed of micro- or cryptocrysalline quartz.  Chert is usually gray or brown, but occasionally it is green or red, usually due to traces of iron in the sediment.  In this case, the rock’s green coloring is actually from chromium.  When found in its purest form it is a phyllosilicate mineral called Fuchsite. The red inclusions are from pockets of high-iron concentrate in silicate, more commonly known as Red Jasper

Formation:  There are two main types of sedimentary rocks.  Those formed by solid clasts such as clay, silt and sand and those formed by ions of native elements in solution, such as a sodium- or copper-rich silica.  Dragon’s Blood Jasper is formed in the latter way, by chromium-rich silica which hardens into a Fuchsitic Chert.  Australia is known as the Red Continent due to the high presence of iron in the soil.  When the green Fuchsitic Chert is formed in Australia, it sometimes includes small pockets and veins of iron-rich silica which transforms into Red Jasper.  This results in a mostly green stone, with red inclusions running through it.  

Mining: Dragon’s Blood Jasper was originally mined as a decorative stone within an iron ore mine.  It is currently also sourced from nearby mines which are focused specifically on decorative stones like Dragon’s Blood Jasper and Mookaite Jasper

Atlas Iron Mine, Pilbara Region, Western Australia

Enhancements: All Dragon’s Blood Jaspers are fully natural and have been enhanced only by tumbling, cutting, and polishing.

Synonyms: Dragon Stone, Dragonstone

Map courtesy of TravelBlog
Photos: Rough Dragon’s Blood Jasper

History of Dragon’s Blood Jasper

Dragon’s Blood Jasper is a new stone for the metaphysical community. As a result, it is not included in early lapidaries, texts which describe stones and their powers.  Healing crystals with names that evoke magic or spirituality are trade/marketing names meant to drive up interest.  A scientific name, such as Fuchsitic Chert is more accurate, but perhaps lacks a certain poetry.  At Moonrise Crystals, marketing names are used only if specifically tied to a locality.  Fuchsitic Chert can be found in several locations, but Dragon’s Blood Jasper is found only in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. 

Dragon’s Blood Jasper is a sedimentary rock composed of Fuchsite and Red Jasper.  It is sometimes called Dragon Stone, usually with a space between the words “dragon” and “stone”.  Dragon’s Blood Jasper looks strikingly similar to an igneous rock composed of green Epidote and Red Piemontite found in the the Limpopo province of South Africa which is also nicknamed Dragonstone – usually with no space between the words.  To further complicate the matter, yet another sedimentary rock, a brown and yellow Septarian Nodule, is likewise marketed as Dragonstone!

The primary source for Dragon’s Blood Jasper markets this stone to the healing crystal industry as “Dragon Stone.”  The decision to use the longer name Dragon’s Blood Jasper is merely for clarity and organization on this site.  Both names are widely used.

Legend has it that Dragon’s Blood Jasper is the petrified remains of ancient dragons, the green being the dragon’s skin while the red is blood.  Whether this “local legend” was actually created by a healing crystal seller or by a non-financially motivated local is unknown.  But regardless of who said it first, it’s a charming story all the same.

Photo: Dragon

Ethically Sourced Dragon’s Blood Jasper


The Miners sell directly to the Lapidary.

The Lapidary sells directly to Moonrise Crystals.

Moonrise Crystals sells directly to you.






The Supply Chain

The Supply Chain is clean and short.

The Mine and the Lapidary factory are in the same country.

The Lapidary main office is located in a different country.



The Mine

This Dragon’s Blood Jasper is from a small mine in Western Australia.

Conditions are relatively safe for miners and environmental damage is relatively minor.

Learn More: Ethical Mining



The Lapidary

This Dragon’s Blood Jasper was polished in a Chinese Factory for an American company.    

The Lapidary is a family-business run by two brothers who visit mines around the world.

In some locations, they polish the rough stones in the same country as the mine.

In other cases, they export the rough stones and have them polished in China.  

In both cases, factory workers have safe conditions and are paid fairly.

The Lapidary sells primarily at large gem shows.

Learn More: Ethical Lapidary


Sourcing Relationship

I first encountered the US wholesaler at the 2015 Franklin, North Carolina Gem and Mineral Show.  They carry a wide-variety of tumbled stones, both common and rare.  The family is originally from Pakistan and was the first company to import K2, sky-blue Azurite from the famous mountain. When I first saw K2 I knew it was real, but didn’t know what it was and so approached one of the owners.  He and I had an instant rapport.

Years later, we greet with a hug and he expects me to have questions about all his new stock.  He tells me, with justifiable pride, about all the improvements he’s made to his business since we last spoke.  In 2019, this source began to label all their stones with country-of-origin.  When I asked him why, he told me that he listens to his customers and I keep asking him where all the stones come from.

Safe Handling of Dragon’s Blood Jasper

Dragon’s Blood Jasper

What You’ll Receive: A 100% natural Dragon’s Blood Jasper

Selection Process: The stone I select for you will be carefully chosen for its beauty and appeal.  If combined with other stones, I always take time to choose stones that look and feel good together.

Origin: Abydos, Pilbara region, Western Australia

Polishing Method: Drum polished, sliced and then drum polished again.  Each stone is unique and minor variations are what makes them beautiful. Each stone is unique and minor variations are what makes them beautiful.


  • Color: Green and red
  • Polish: Shiny and smooth
  • Quality: AA
  • Shape: Disc
  • Size: Average size is 1 in / 25 mm
  • Transparency: Opaque
  • Weight: Average weight is 0.2 oz / 5.5 g / 28 carats

Shipping: Next business day – Domestic First Class averages 3-7 days.  International First Class averages 2-3 weeks.


  1. Susan S. (Michigan)

    VERY FAST SHIPPING! Very nice palm stone. Great color. Thank you!

  2. Jennifer S. (Colorado)

    I’m so happy to receive the Dragon’s Blood Jasper! I’ve been aware of it’s existence for a while, but have not been sure how to properly source it due to its similarity to Dragonstone. It’s amazing that two stones with a very different makeup can look so similar. It’s wonderful yo have a seller whose sourcing can be trusted! Thank you!

  3. Monica N (Iowa)

    Just gave them to her and she cried! Thank you for making it special

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