Welcome to the PlumDragon Herbs Dit Da Jow Recipe Compendium! Below are many dit da jow, dit da wan, and iron palm jow recipes for martial artists and athletes. For those not wanting Premade jow or Herb Packs, we offer this resource of dit da jow recipes; while we don’t endorse all these dit da recipes, we’re happy...
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Excursions in Iron Palm by Josh Walker (Founder of PlumDragonHerbs), reviewed by Iron Palm practitioner and teacher, Brett Barrell. “One of the better books you are ever gonna get on the subject.” “One of the most valuable books that I now have in my collection of martial arts books.” Find the book, here.
In Traditional Chinese Medicine, one of the primary uses of Qing Pi and Chen Pi is the relief of various forms of digestive distress. In recent years, Western Science has helped uncover some of the things citrus peel might be doing to trigger these positive effects. Even if you don’t have something obvious like acid...
Nerve cells don't renew like other cells, so they need extra protection. Agents in citrus peel may help protect nerves and trigger new nerve growth.
Chronic stress produces chronic inflammation, which triggers poor performance and eventually disease. Use citrus peel to combat inflammation and help create optimal health.