Great Mender Teapills


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Great Mender is a dit da wan teapill used to systemically aid the body in healing of traumatic injury and the strengthening of the tendons and bones.

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Jin Gu Die Shang Wan — Great Mender Dit Da Wan Teapills, Plum Flower Brand, 200 ct. bottle

Jin Gu Die Shang Wan translates as Tendon Bone Fall Strike Pill, representing its primary use in martial arts circles. Great Mender is a dit da wan teapill used to systemically aid the body in healing of traumatic injury and the strengthening of the tendons and bones. Utilizing 24 herbs, this formula includes some powerful ingredients that connect, heal and strengthen bones and tendons, while invigorating blood to strongly remedy blood stasis from injury. Some of the herbs are mild Yang tonics.

Great Mender Dit Da Wan is ideal for serious martial artists and athletes, as well as an internal dit da wan for iron palm training. It is incredibly effective for serious injuries and compliments the use of Gecko Tonic in the later stages of injury.

Directions for use with injury are on the bottle. For a supplement to iron palm training, usage can be reduced to 1-2 pills daily.

SAVE! Purchase a 2nd bottle in the below menu for only $12! Or buy in quantity: Purchase 10 packs of Jin Gu Die Shang Wan (or any 10 items) and recieve a 5% discount, purchase 20 items and receive a 10% discount!

Chinese Name筋骨鐵打丸
Standard Dosage8 pills, 3 x per day
Ingredients (Pin Yin)Xu duan, Tian san qi, Chi shao, Ru xiang, Mo yao, Hong hua, Xue jie, San leng, Bai shao, Su mu, Gan cao, Dang gui, Tu bie chong, Mu dan pi, Tian gua zi, Tao ren, Fang feng, Mu tong (san ye), Gu sui bu, Zhi shi, Liu ji nu, Jie geng, Yan hu suo, Jiang huang
IngredientsDipsacus asper root, Panax notoginseng root, Paeonia lactiflora root, Boswellia carterii resin, Commiphora myrrha resin, Carthamus tinctorius flower, Daemonorops draco resin, Sparganium stoloniferum rhizome, Paeonia lactiflora root, Caesalpinia sappan wood, Glycyrrhiza uralensis root, Angelica sinensis root, Eupolyphaga sinensis, Paeonia suffruticosa root-bark, Cucumis melo seed, Prunus persica seed, Saposhnikovia divaricata root, Akebia trifoliata stem, Drynaria fortunei rhizome, Citrus aurantium fruit-immature, Artemisia anomala herb, Platycodon grandiflorum root, Corydalis yanhusuo rhizome, Curcuma longa rhizome
Other IngredientsTalcum, Activated carbon, China wax
Allergen InformationContains tree nuts.
Contraindications (on label)Contraindicated during pregnancy


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Weight4 oz
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3 reviews for Great Mender Teapills

  1. Dr. Branson

    I’ve been combining this product with Gecko Tonic and together it’s doing amazing things! I’m currently battling tendinitis in both elbows and low back strain. These injuries are related to strenous martial arts training and have been nearly constant for a long time. After just about a week on these two herbal combinations I have approximately 30% reduction in pain. That may not sound significant, but it is simply amazing! I’ve tried MANY different products for joint pain and I’ve been disappointed with all so far. This works and I’m VERY impressed! I can’t wait to see the improvements in a couple of months!

  2. John Davis

    Three success stories, first my own. About 20 years ago I was first turned on to Jin Gu Die Shang Wan when I broke my collar bone in a mountain biking accident. The split was like bending a wet twig, where only the most stressed out part broke and the other side remained connected. My doctor gave me a splint and told me to “take it easy”. After discussing the injury with my sensei, who was practicing TCM at the time, suggested I take these tiny little tea pills for upwards of 3 months. I did, and after the 3 month mark I went back to my doctor for a checkup and he was amazed at my recovery, stating that he could almost not tell where the break had occurred.

    A good and dear friend of mine had been in a car accident when we were teenagers that literally broke half the bones in his body. Years later as adults, he had the last rod of steel removed from his leg that was bolted on in about 5 different places along his tibia (the shin bone). His doctor told him he’d be in a wheelchair for 3 months and then on crutches likely the rest of the year while the bone healed and could support his weight. I got my friend on these pills and within a month he was walking with a cane.

    Another good friend of mine snapped the bicep tendon at his elbow in a rugby game. His doctor had to surgically pull the tendon down from his shoulder and bolt it to his ulna or radius, I don’t recall which (one of the forearm bones). His doctor told him he would be about 3 months in recovery. After about a month of taking these pills his doctor was flabbergasted by the speed of his healing, stating she’d never seen anything like it before.

  3. B.Walters

    Yes, these are great pills. I have shoulder issues and when taken at 8 pills 3 times a day there is no pain or discomfort. However the cost to keep taking them is high. the 200 count will only last 8 days. I have gone through 2 bottles with the end result being the pain returns meaning these pills only mask the problem i.e. like taking aspirin for a headache. Nonetheless if they can strengthen the dosage making a single pill as strong as taking 8 and make a 200 count bottle this product might become more cost effective.

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