Dr. Ye Tianshi was born in 1667 and died at the age of 79. He was one of the greatest medical experts in Chinese history.
Dr. Ye was born into a family of Chinese Medicine doctors. His grandfather and father were both famous doctors in their time. He started learning Chinese Medicine from his father when he was 12. Dr. Ye was 14 when his father passed away. He continued his study of medicine with Mr. Zhu, one of his father’s apprentices. Ye was so intelligent that he quickly learned everything Mr. Zhu could teach him.
Thereafter, Dr. Ye began searching for outstanding doctors from whom he could learn more. Within 10 years, he had been taught by 17 teachers. As he was good at studying and adequately applying what he learned in practice, his medical tactics became more and more advanced, which led him to become one of the greatest physicians of his time.
With a massive 34 herbs, this 300 year old recipe is extremely powerful. Dit Da Jow is an ancient liniment used to heal injuries from falls, strikes and sprains as well as the pain associated with them.
Applying Dr Ye Tianshi's dit da jow also reduces swelling very rapidly by eliminating blood stagnation and stasis at lightning speed.
Dit Da Jow is also used to help healing bruises, sprains and other conditions such as sprains, arthritis, fibromyalgia, poor circulation, muscle pain, and shin splints.
Dr Ye Tianshi's IRON PALM & BRUISE HEALING Dit Da Jow
Use the Jow by pouring a small amount (a capful) into your palm and rubbing it into the area you want to treat. eg hands, forearms etc. For Iron Palm, rub in for a few minutes before and after training.
For bruising, rub in 3-4 times daily for a fgew minutes at a time and within 3 days the bruising will be gone with no residual yellowing.
All ingredients are plant material. There are no animal products in this jow.
Some of the 34 Chinese herbal ingredients include:
Frankincense, Draconis resin, Camphor, Myrrh, Angelica roots, leaves & branches, Siler root, Cardomann, Akebia root, Safflower, Sweetgum branches, Cinnamon Twigs, Pseudoginseng root. Cloves.