Monks Fist Dit Da Jow
Also known as Ancient Way and Rapid River, this dit da Jow is very warming with a medicinal aroma due to the use of Menthol and Zhang Nao. While some use it for conditioning, it works very well for muscle soreness. This formula is listed on the public recipe page.
Lycium Bark, Stemona, Dragon Bone, Arisaema Tuber, Safflower, Cnidium Seed, Ligusticum, Frankincense, Myrrh, Cloves, Angelica, Aconite, Pinellia, Catechu, Curcumae, Rhubarb, Camphor, Mint Leaf.
For EXTERNAL use only. Do NOT apply to open wounds or cuts, scrapes, broken skin, eyes or mouth at any time.
For educational purposes only
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