(Dragon’s Breath, club moss spores, lycopodium seeds, vegetable sulfur, Lycopodium Clavatum ) Pale yellow, very lightweight fluffy powder
Used by magicians, squirted through an open flame, this fine powder creates a jet of fire just like a Dragon’s Breath.
It can also be used for dyeing; woolen cloth boiled with lycopodium, becomes blue when dipped in a bath of Brazil wood.
Posted by Unknown on 2nd Oct 2017
I have known about the healing properties of Lycopodium powder for over 35 years. It is a natural, effective remedy for poison ivy and other surface skin rash type problems. It has been known since the time of the Native populations in this country. I do not use it for any "flashing" effect in any way even though it was the first "flash" in the world of photography.