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OKINAWAN 17 herb Iron Palm Dit Da Jow KIT (makes 4-5 litres)

What is included in this Dit Da Jow kit?
This 17 herb herb kit contains over 500 grams of authentic dried herbs used to produce your own Dit Da Jow (Iron Palm liniment). The herbs supplied are plant-based dried herbs only with no powder. They are certified free of pesticides, contaminants and insect or animal products. 

 
When can I use the liniment (dit da jow) produced with this kit?
You can start using the dit da jow (liniment) in as little as two weeks if using the heat decoction method. We provide full details on how to create your dit da jow using this herb kit.
 
THIS KIT CONTAINS HERBS ONLY - YOU STILL NEED TO BUY THE ALCOHOL & JAR.
We provide you full details of where to buy these.

 

OKINAWAN 17 Herb Iron Palm Dit Da Jow is very similar to the original 15 herb recipe used by the Shaolin Monks. This is no surprise - as Okinawan martial arts originated from China and inherited many of the Shaolin traditions.
 
Most practitioners of Okinawan karate know that hit medicines are/were used by most serious Okinawan karate masters. Higaonna Shinshi and Hokama shinshi (and others) have advocated this practice to their Western students fairly vocally.
 
Okinawan Dit Da Jow is used for training in Goju Ryu, Shito Ryu and Shotokan and is called Yi Yao Jia Zhi Wan Jin loosely translated means “medicine worth 10 thousand pieces of gold”. The name has been shortened and is referred to as “Wan Jin Yao”. In Japanese it is translated to “Kin yori yakuyō-chi”..

 

What is Iron Palm Dit Da Jow?

Iron Palm refers to the legendary Shaolin Monks practicing techniques to make the hands, legs, and feet feel like iron smashing against any object they punched or kicked. In order to accomplish this, they applied Iron Palm Dirt Da Jow (liniment) on the hands legs, shins or any part of the body they used to strike during training, to prevent pain, strengthen and heal the area quickly so they could resume training.

 

The herbs used in a Iron Palm dit da jow have been traditionally used to heal, minimize pain, prevent future bone and joint problems and strengthen bones, connective tissue, sinew and other areas where there has been repetitive contact. Iron Palm dit da jow is also believed to be very good for relieving pain in the areas mentioned above even if you do not practice Iron Palm.

OKINAWAN 17 herb Iron Palm Dit Da Jow KIT (makes 4-5 litres)

$119.99Price
  • Are Instructions Provided?

    Yes - we provide full instructions.  You will also require a 5 litre glass jar and around 5 litres of high grade alcohol. 

    We provide you with the details on where to obtain both.
     
    Our instructions are detailed and provide two methods to decoct and create your own Dit Da Jow. One  method uses heat and enables you to produce a Dit Da Jow that can be used in as little as two weeks. The other method is a more traditional extraction method and enables you to produce a Dit Da Jow which can be used from around 12 weeks.

     

    What is Dit Da Jow?

    Dit Da Jow has been used for over a thousand years in China. Dit Da Jow is used in Traditional Chinese Medicine and was used by Shaolin monk martial artists for the treatment of muscle soreness, bruises, contusions, iron palm, conditioning and toughening of the limbs and traditional bonesetting by Chinese medicine physicians.

     

    PLEASE NOTE: There are many clinical studies in China and also a few clinical studies in Western Medicine on the efficacy of Dit Da Jow which you can Google. We make no claims as to the efficacy or suitability of this product for you. If you are unsatisfied for any reason, return the product for a 100% refund. Information provided is for educational purposes only.

     

    Where are the herbs sourced?

    All herbs are authentic non-toxic plant based herbs sourced from authorised Australian Chinese herbal suppliers (importers & wholesalers).. Our two suppliers only source approved quality assured herbs which have been certified free of pesticides and contaminants. All herbs are plant based only and do not include insects, contaminants or any animal products.

     

    Can I drink Dit Da Jow?  NO!

     

    Dit Da Jow is traditionally for external use only and must never be ingested. The final product which you are producing must also be kept out of reach of children.

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