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Red Chi Grandmaster Leung Jan's  Iron Palm Dit Da Jow and Bruise Healing liniment
Leung Jan Dit Da Jow Iron Palm
Red Chi Leung Jan Wing Chun Dit Da Jow Iron Palm  conditioning liniment
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Red Chi Leung Jan Wing Chun Dit Da Jow Iron Palm  conditioning liniment

Grandmaster Leung Jan's

Iron Palm and Bruise Healing liniment


is a powerful 26 herb recipe that helps develop hand and arm conditioning. If you practice striking the wooden dummy, iron palm training or Makiwara, then this liniment will strengthen your skin, hands, arms, body ... and heal injuries.

Leung Jan's Liniment (Dit Da Jow) also encompasses the healing power of traditional style Dit Da Jow for Qi stagnation like sore muscles, soft tissue bruises, bone bruises, contusions, sprains and other injuries associated with training. It also has the strengthening power of Iron Palm, strengthening and toughening your bones, tendons and connective tissue.

This Dit Da Jow is ONLY for serious combat martial artists or Iron Palm practitioners. Available in 100ml or 200ml glass bottles.

Who was Leung Jan?

Leung Jan (approx. 1826—1901) was one of the most recognized Grandmasters in Wing Chun Kung Fu and in the opinion of many, was the patriarch of Wing Chun as we know it today.


His name became well-known due to his wins in competitive bouts; he won the title of “Wing Chun Kuen Wong” or “King of Wing Chun Fist” earned over the course of 300 challenges, in which he went undefeated. He was also the first to beat a wide range of styles using the Wing Chun Fist methods. Leung Jan began learning Wing Chun Kuen during the 1840s or 1850s from members of the Red Opera Troupe.

It is commonly believed that Leung Jan started learning under Leung Yee-Tai, who was a long pole expert, and probably from Wong Wah Bo, who also a member of the Opera, when apprenticing on the Red Boats in the period of the 1840′s- 1850′s until Leung Jan’s father died.


After his father’s death, Leung returned to Foshan to run his father’s pharmacy on Fai Jee Street and became a known Chinese medicine practitioner and herbalist as was his father.

Leung Jan’s students included his sons Leung Chun and Leung Bik as well as Chan Wah-Shun (nicknamed “Moneychanger Wah”) from whom the Yip Man, Yiu Kai, and Pan Nam lineages descend.

How is it applied?
Use the Jow (liniment) by pouring a small amount (a capful) into your palm and rubbing it into the area you want to condition. eg hands, forearms etc.  Rub in before and after your training and leave it on for at least 30 minutes before washing your hands or showering so it can soak into the skin.

Where are the herbs from and how is it made?
All herbs are authentic whole herbs imported from China. The herbs are placed in a glass jar with about 5 litres of 95% proof alcohol, which is needed for the extraction of the healing compounds.

What are the ingredients?
All ingredients are plant material. There are no animal products in this dit da jow liniment. The liniment is shipped in a glass bottle.

Ingredients include:

Rehmannia, Safflower, Pyrite, Zedoaria, Turmeric, Angelica Tail, Platycodon, Sappan Wood, Alisma, Akebia, Ginseng, Peach Kernel, Rhubarb, Gardenia, Frankincense, Myrrh, Erythrina, Kadsura, Cinnamon Twig, Red Peony, Citrus Peel, Licorice, Lotus Stem, Field Mint.

Can I drink it?
NO! Absolutely not!

This liniment is for external use only. Under no circumstances is it to be consumed, or left lying around within the reach of children.


  1. Any topical remedy such as this alcohol-based liniment should always be skin tested prior to application. If no allergic reaction is experienced within 1 hour, proceed with applying to the affected area.

  2. Due to the presence of 95% proof alcohol this liniment must NOT be used :

    • on broken skin or open wounds.

    • by children (12 or under). Please keep out of reach of children.

    • if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.

  3. Only for EXTERNAL application. Do NOT drink or consume under any circumstances.

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