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Dit Da Jow (Northern Shaolin) 4 litre Herb Kit (420g)

£ 96.00

Description

Dit Da Jow

Dit Da Jow Liniment can be used for all sorts of pain conditions, arthritis and injuries including bruising, muscle tears, ligament injuries and broken bones. When applied, it can help stop pain and start the healing process. For broken bones and fractures, it is thought to speed the regeneration of bone and surrounding tissues. For those Martial Arts enthusiasts that are undergoing Iron Palm Training the formulation has many similarities with Shattering Palm Iron Palm Jow and thus can be used as an Iron Palm Liniment. This Dit Da Jow can be purchased as the finished item in 100ml     bottles, or for those wanting to make up your own larger volumes 105g and 420g herbal kits are available in raw herb or powdered raw herb form. This will allow you to make 1L and 4L quantities of the Dit Da Jow. The kits come complete with muslin filter cloth, 3 coffee filters and 3 x empty 100ml bottles.

Making your own 420g Dit Da Jow Liniment (4-5 litre) 

Surgical Spirit 40% V/V
Add 2223 ml of Surgical Spirit make to a one litre bottle dilute with distilled water mix thoroughly then add to herbs in separate 5 litre glass jar.

Surgical Spirit 24% V/V
Add 1388 ml of Surgical Spirit make to a one litre bottle dilute with distilled water mix thoroughly then add to herbs in separate 5 litre glass jar.

It is advised that you dilute with distilled water rather than tap water. The surgical Spirit  and distilled water (apc pure) can be purchased online at apc pure. when using the surgical spirit make sure you multiply the amount of surgical spirit you decide to use by 100/90 as the product already contains up to 10% water. The large wide necked jars can be obtained online from cheerful bargains.

Herbs used in the maceration process

Ru Xiang (Frankincense), Mo Yao (Myrrh), Hong Hua (Safflower), Dang Gui Wei (Angelica Tail), Zhi Shi (Immature Bitter Orange), Chuan Xiong (Ligusticum), Chuan Niu Xi (Cyathula Root), Chen Xiang (Aquilaria Wood), Tao Ren (Peach Kernel), Mu Xiang (Auklandia), Jing Jie (Schizonepeta), Chi Shao (Red Peony), Jie Geng (Platycodon), Zhi Zi (Gardenia Fruit), Bai Shao (White Peony), Long Gu (Fossilised Mammal Bone), Mu Dan Pi (Mountain Peony), Gui Zhi (Cinnamon Cassia Twig), Yan Hu Suo (Corydalis Rhizome)

The Dit Da Jow dry herbal kits can be supplied in the following forms

1) premixed whole dry herbs

2) premixed whole dry herbs powdered on request.

The powdered product has a quicker extraction into alcohol as it has a larger surface area   The advantage of this is that the Dit Da Jow can be used after 3 months of maceration as compared to 6 months to a year for the whole premixed dry herbs

The Effect of Ru Xiang (Frankincense)

Property

Pungent, bitter, warm; liver, heart and spleen meridians entered.

Actions

Activate blood, move qi and alleviate pain, resolve swelling and promote tissue regeneration.

Indications

This herb not only activates blood and alleviates pain but also resolves and dispels swelling, promotes tissue regeneration and heals wound. It is used both internally and externally as a key herb in department of traumatology. It is commonly indicated for traumatic injuries, swollen and pain due to stasis.,

The Effect of Mo Yao (Myrrh)

Property

Pungent, bitter, neutral, heart, liver and spleen meridians entered.

Actions

Activate blood and alleviate pain, resolve swelling and promote tissue regeneration.

Indications

The actions and indications are similar to those of Ru Xiang. It is reinforced by the combination with Ru Xiang for traumatic injuries, pain due to stagnation and stasis, abscess, deep rooted carbuncle, swelling and pain, ulcerated sore and abscess not healed for a long time and all the pain due to stagnation and stasis.

The Effect of Hong Hua (Safflower),

Property

Pungent, warm; heart and liver meridians entered.

Actions

Activate blood and dredge meridians, dispel stasis and alleviate pain.

Indications

This herb is an excellent herb for activating blood and dredging meridians, and dispelling stasis and relieving pain

The Effect of Dang Gui Wei (Angelica Tail)

Property

Sweet, pungent, warm, heart and liver meridians entered.

Actions

Tonify blood, activate blood, alleviate pain

Indications

It is indicated for all kinds of pain syndromes caused by blood deficiency, blood stasis and congealing cold with blood stasis because it can tonify blood, activate blood, dispel cold and alleviate pain

The Effect of Zhi Shi (Immature Bitter Orange)

Property

Pungent, bitter, slightly cold; spleen, stomach and large intestine meridians entered.

Actions

Break qi and relieve stuffiness, resolve phlegm and relieve stagnation.

Indications

It is good at resolving phlegm and removing stagnation, breaking stagnant qi

The Effect of The Effect of Chen Xiang (AgarWood)

Property

Pungent, bitter, warm; spleen, stomach and kidney meridians entered.

Actions

Move qi and alleviate pain, warm middle energiser and arrest vomiting, improve qi reception and relieve dyspnea.

Indications

An Excellent herb for moving cold and qi stagnation. It has the actions of moving qi and dispersing cold to alleviate pain and is indicated for any kind of syndrome of congealing cold and qi stagnation

The Effect of The Effect of Chuan Xiong (Ligusticum)

Property

Pungent, warm; liver and pericardium meridians entered.

Actions

Activate blood circulation and move qi, expel wind and alleviate pain.

Indications

Being pungent and warm with the actions of dispersing and smoothing, it can move qi and be widely indicated for various pain syndrome caused by blood stasis and qi stagnation

The Effect of The Effect of Chuan Niu Xi (Cyathula Root)

Property

Sweet, slightly bitter, neutral; liver and kidney meridians entered.

Actions

Dispel wind activate blood

Indications

traumatic injury.

The Effect of Tao Ren (Peach Kernel)

Property

Bitter, sweet, neutral, lightly toxic; heart, liver, lung and large intestine meridians entered.

Actions

Activate blood and resolve stasis,

Indications

It is also indicated for traumatic injuries, congestion, swelling and pain with blood-activating and collateral-dredging analgesics. For instance it is combined with Dang Gui Wei and Hong Hua as in this Dit Da Jow formulation

The Effect of Mu Xiang (Auklandia)

Property

Pungent, bitter, warm; spleen, stomach, large intestine and gall bladder meridians entered.

Actions

Move qi and alleviate pain.

Indications

It is good at promoting flow of spleen-stomach qi and smoothing Liver and gall bladder qi so alleviating pain in these channels

The Effect of Jing Jie (Schizonepeta)

Property

Pungent, slightly warm; lung and liver meridians entered.

Actions

Dispel wind, release exterior and stops bleeding.

Indications

This herb has the action to stop bleeding. It can be used for all kinds of bleeding syndromes and thus is good for reducing the bruising and bleeding that may occur after martial arts training

The Effect of Chi Shao (Red Peony)

Property

Bitter, pungent, light cold; liver meridian entered.

Actions

Clear heat and cool blood, activate blood and resolve stasis, clear liver fire

It has better action of activating blood and resolving stasis, and excels in stopping pain caused by blood stasis

Indications

Syndrome of blood stasis

It has better action of activating blood and resolving stasis, and excels in stopping pain caused by blood stasis. It is much similar to Mu Dan Pi and often combined with this for this purpose as it is in this Dit Da Jow formulation. it is also indicated for treating stagnation due to congealing cold when being combined with meridian-warming and cold-dispelling herbs or blood-activating herbs which are warm in nature such as Gui Zhi, so it can be used to treat both syndrome of blood stasis, traumatic injury with swelling pain and heat

The Effect of Jie Geng (Platycodon)

Property

Bitter, pungent, neutral; lung meridian entered.

Actions

Ventilate lung, dispel phlegm, relieve sore throat, expel pus.

Indications

Raises Lung Qi and Large Intestine Qi. Edema and other cases of sunken qi. Directs the actions of other herbs to the upper body and so will help with fluid build-up and swelling especially in the large intestine and lung channels which receive a lot of damage during conditioning training. Also helps the lung disperse fluids and phlegm after injuries.

The Effect of Zhi Zi (Gardenia Fruit)

Property

Bitter and cold; heart, liver, stomach and lung meridians entered.

Actions

Purge fire and eliminate irritability, cool blood and stop bleeding, clear heat and relieve toxicity, clear and excrete damp-heat.

Indications

This herb is very good at clearing heart and removing toxicity in painful swollen tissues and joints. It can stop bleeding, reduce bruising and cool injuries. it is good for stopping traumatic pain and relieving swelling.

The Effect of Bai Shao (White Peony Root)

Property

Bitter, sour, sweet, slightly cold; spleen and liver meridians entered.

Actions

Tonify blood, astringe yin to check sweating, emolliate liver to alleviate pain, calm and suppress liver yang.

Indications

it is cool in property and clears type heat in blood system. It can tonify the blood and help with muscular contracture pain in the limbs

The Effect of Long Gu (Fossilised Mammal Bones)

Property

Sweet, astringent, neutral; liver, heart and kidney meridians entered.

Actions

Induce sedation and tranquilization, pacify liver and subdue yang, arrest and astringe discharge

Indications

Long is very good for absorbing moisture helping to heal wounds and promoting tissue regeneration which is why it is in this formulation

The Effect of Mu Dan Pi (Mountain Peony)

Property

Bitter, pungent, light cold; heart, liver and kidney meridians entered.

Actions

Clear heat and cool blood, activate blood and resolve stasis, reduce deficiency heat.

Indications

It excels in activating blood and resolving stasis used in traumatic injury caused by blood stasis.

The Effect of Gui Zhi (Cinnamon, Cassia Twig)

Property

Pungent, sweet, warm; lung, heart, kidney, liver meridians entered.

Actions

Induce sweating and release exterior, warm and unblock the meridians and reinforce the yang qi.

Indications

The action of this herb is to warm the meridians and dispel cold. It can smooth and promote the movement of blood to invigorate blood. For this reason, it is indicated for syndrome of congealing cold with blood stasis and wind-cold arthralgia

The Effect of Yan Hu Suo (Corydalis Rhizome)

Property

Pungent, bitter, warm; liver, spleen, heart meridians entered.

Actions

Activate blood, promote flow of qi, alleviate pain.

Pain due to blood stasis and qi stagnation

 

 

Additional information
Weight 0.615 kg
Dimensions 50 × 32 × 10 cm
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