Does Dit Da Jow work?
Another tool in the arsenal I’ve used is a topical herbal liniment known as Dit Da Jow. This pungent brown liquid I keep in a spray bottle in both of my treatment rooms, and I’ve applied it to hundreds if not thousands of sprains, strains and contusions over the years–and it works.
What is dit Dao?
‘fall, hit’) or dit da, is a traditional Chinese method of bone-setting used to treat trauma and injuries such as bone fractures, sprains, and bruises.
How do you use Dit Da Jow?
Applying Dit da jow so the skin is wet, you don’t want skin friction. A small portion is poured into the hands and the liquid is massaged into the area being treated. The massaging motion should always be toward the heart. It is used before and after training or conditioning drills.
What is Jow medicine?
Iron Hit Wine (Dit Da Jow) is a traditional herbal liniment common in Chinese households and martial arts. It contains a variety of Chinese herbs, fungi, and insects and is used to treat many ailments such as bruises and arthritis pain. The closely guarded recipes are typically passed down through families.
What ingredients are in Dit Da Jow?
- 1 tablespoon of dried Arnica flowers.
- 1 tablespoon dried Plantain Leaf.
- 1 tablespoon dried Comfrey Leaf.
- 1 tablespoon Frankincense Powder.
- 1 tablespoon dried Myrrh powder.
- 1 tablespoon Fennel seeds.
- 1 teaspoon dried Angelica Root.
- 1 teaspoon dried Calendula Flowers.
What is in Yunnan Baiyao?
Although the formula is heavily guarded by the state run Yunnan Baiyao manufacturer in the Yunnan province of China, Yunnan Baiyao is thought to be a combination of mostly plant derived ingredients including notoginseng, Chinese yam root and progesterone, just to name a few suspected ingredients.
What is in Zheng Gu Shui?
Zheng Gu Shui (Chinese: 正骨水; lit. ‘bone-setting liquid’) is a traditional Chinese liniment. This external analgesic is known to relieve qi and blood stagnation, promote healing, and soothe pain. The formula is known as Dit da jow in Cantonese or die da jiu in Mandarin.
How do you make liniment?
- 2 Tbsp dried Chamomile.
- 2 Tbsp dried Rosemary.
- 2 Tbsp dried Lavender.
- 2 Tbsp dried Peppermint.
- 2 Tbsp dried Ginger.
- 1 Tbsp Cayenne Powder.
- 2 cups rubbing alcohol, Witch Hazel or Vinegar. *You can substitute any dried ingredients for fresh, triple the amount.
How do you make homemade liniment?
Is Yunnan Baiyao FDA approved?
Yunnan Baiyao products are classed as dietary supplements or new drugs by the FDA, and are not generally recognized as safe and effective for the prevention, mitigation, or treatment of wounds, pain, and hemorrhage among other conditions.
What is Zheng Gu Shui made of?
The main ingredients in zheng gu shui liniment are menthol and camphor. Menthol is an organic compound made from the oils of peppermint or other mint leaves. Camphor is made from the resin of the camphor laurel tree. Both substances are thought to have cooling and analgesic, or pain-relieving, properties.
What is Dit Da Jow?
Dit Da Jow is the Chinese healing liniment used for bruises, sprains and other trauma type injuries, Dit Da Jow was used by the Shaolin Monks over 1000 years ago.
What is “Dit Da?
“Dit Da” means “fall and strike.” This term refers to a group of formulas developed in Chinese medicine to treat traumatic injury. The formulations vary primarily in whether they clear heat or are warming, our formula clears heat and is more neutral in properties.
What is a solvent for Dit Da Jow?
A solvent is any liquid that comes in contact with the herbs by soaking. The solvent could be water but water does not pull the alkaloidal constituents out of the herbs as well as alcohol does especially because of the resinous herbs in the Dit Da Jow formula and it can also spoil in a short period of time.
Is Dit Da Jow vegan and cruelty free?
Our Dit Da Jow is considered Vegan and cruelty free since this Authentic Shaolin Dit Da Jow does not use any animal products or insects in it’s recipe. Unlike many old recipes that used tiger bone or rhinoceros horn for example, this does not and is pure plant based.