Bruises & Injuries Liniment

Bruises & Injuries Liniment



  • Speeds Healing
  • Decreases Inflammation
  • Injuries & Bruises
  • Sprains & Strains
  • Arthritis & Rheumatism
  • Dark Circles Under the Eyes
  • Generates Tissue & Red Blood Cells
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We have created modern versions of Classic Chinese Herbal Formulas used effectively to treat disease for hundreds of years. Through scientific research and clinical experience, these herbal formulas have been found to be effective yet gentle with few to no side effects unlike western pharmaceuticals. We welcome questions and are available for herbal consults, or see your local acupuncturist.

What It Is:
Aged for 2-3 years, it is hard to find a topical healing this powerful.  The story behind it - The original formula, around for a thousand years, has been updated with contemporary herbs that are known to move the blood, generate tissue & red blood cells, warm and nourish cells and speed healing to injuries and bruises. (that's why it's also effective for dark circles under the eyes as these are also accumulated blood and cells that are not holding and need to be "woken up"). The original formula was called Dit Da Jow or "Hit Fall Wine" and is still used today in various forms in training recovery by mixed martial artists and athletes.  

This    Injury    Liniment    helps    bruises,    injuries    and    sore    muscles    heal    faster.    Used    by    athletes    for    centuries    it    is    the    best    topical    recovery    for    injuries,    bruises,    sprains    and    strains    in    the    world.  Can also be used to heal dark circles and bruising under eyes and shrink tissue.       

How To Use It:
For external use only. Apply 3-5x day rub vigorously into skin with 2-3 applications per use.
Use on bruises, injuries and sore muscles often.  For best results, use with weekly Acupuncture

This Liniment has been aged at least 2-3 Years for maximum potency.

Tao Ren, Mu Gua, Wang Bu Liu Xing, Sheng Di Huang, Ze Lan, Su Mu, Cao Wu, Chuan Wu, Chen Pi, Zi Ran Tong, Tu Bie Chong, Mu Zei, Da Huang, Huang Bo, Huang Qin, Mo Yao, Ru Xiang, Dang Gui Wei, Fu Long Ye, Xiang Fu, Hong Hua, Bai Zhi, extracted in alcohol (vodka) base.