White Dragon Iron Palm Dit Da Jow
Mildly warming in action, this Dit Da Jow recipe opens and warms circulating channels, and is perfect for beginner/intermediate Iron Palm training. Vegetarian. White Dragon Iron Palm Dit Da Jow, 4 oz....
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Mildly warming in action, this Dit Da Jow recipe opens and warms circulating channels, and is perfect for beginner/intermediate Iron Palm training.
White Dragon Iron Palm Dit Da Jow, 4 oz. bottle, pre-aged
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This potent recipe of 26 herbs helps beginner and intermediate Iron Palm practitioners to build a strong Iron Palm foundation. Mildly warming in action, this Dit Da Jow recipe opens and warms circulating channels. Many of the herbs are also cooked in various ways to enhance action and allow full extraction of herbal components.
Quince, Acanthopanax, Angelica Tails, Kadsura Stem, Eucommia, Milletta, Homalomena, Gentian, Clematis, Dispacus, Cattail Pollen, Aconite, Auklandia, Frankincense, Safflower, Rhubarb, Bur-Reed, Notopterygium, White Peony, Gardenia, Peach Kernel, Cattail Pollen, Myrrh, Catechu, Cinnamon Bark, Camphor.
This Iron Palm Dit Da Jow recipe uses traditionally well-known herb combinations and cooking methods to counteract arthritis/rheumatism, Bi Syndrome, and relieve the pain of bruising, sprains and strains. With several ounces of herbs such as Xu Duan, Qin Jiao, and Ji Xue Teng, this formula is designed for Iron Palm/Iron Body training and very popular with customers for counteracting arthritic problems.
Appropriate for beginner and intermediate levels of Iron Palm training, and sufficient for use with any striking medium prior to steel/lead shot.
For EXTERNAL use only. Do NOT use on open cuts/scrapes or mucous membranes such as the mouth.
For educational purposes only
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