With a massive 35 herbs, this dit da jow is extremely powerful. Shaolin 'Nine Tiger' Dit Da Jow was used by the Shaolin Monks for general bruise and trauma healing as well as Iron Palm training and conditioning.
When can I use the liniment (dit da jow)?You can start using the dit da jow (liniment) immediately. It has already been aged for at least 2 years.
Where is the 'Shaolin Nine Tiger' Dit Da Jow recipe from?
Based on the original formula published in "Highlights of the Shaolin Monastery’s Secret Prescription" this recipe was used as a very powerful bruise and pain healer. With a massive 35 herbs, this dit da jow recipe is said to heal with the strength of nine tigers!
Nine Tiger Jow was an ancient liniment used by the Shaolin monks to heal injuries from falls, strikes and sprains as well as the pain associated with them. Applying Nine Tiger jow was reputed to reduce swelling very rapidly by eliminating blood stagnation and stasis at lightning speed.
Nine Tiger dit da jow has the herbal properties of being slightly warm and acrid both conducive in Chinese Medicine to treating fresh injuries and chronic conditions. Applying dit da jow right after an injury is reputed to help with acute pain and inflammation rather quickly.
By applying on sore or inured areas prior to training it was used to
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