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DIT-DA-JOW: Ip Ching - (Conditioning/Iron) - Ving Tsun Seven Field Iron Hit - 4oz (Limited Edition)
Limited Edition - Ip Ching's Ving Tsun Seven Field Iron Hit Liniment Jow - 4oz Bottle

 
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Grandmaster Ip Man's rare and secret recipe. Patented by his son, Ip Ching. Only 30 bottles of this type of jow were made. No more will be available after this batch is sold. Learn More >>
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Product Code: JOW-IC01-1YR

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Limited Edition - Ip Ching's Ving Tsun Seven Field Iron Hit Liniment Jow - 4oz Bottle

Note: Only 30 bottles of this type of jow were made. No more will be available after this batch is sold.

Type: Traditional Healing Jow and Iron Palm Jow

Use: This jow made as an everyday training jow. You should shake it up well to agitate it before use. It is weaker and younger (only 1 year) than injury/healing jows. The jow is less expensive for this reason. It is good to use after your daily training session. If you are looking for injury healing jows or strong aged jows then this is not ideal... but if you are looking for something to help you keep injury down, and get tougher faster this is a decent one.

Description: Grandmaster Ip Man's rare and secret recipe. Patented by his son, Ip Ching. For use as a topical rub for the treatment of bruises, sprains, soreness, assorted bumps associated with physical activity, and for relieving muscular pain. Also for use to help condition the body for martial arts training.


Brewing Method: This is a high-quality jow brewed in the traditional manner for a minimum for 1 year. The jow is bottled with the sediment so it will continue to age on your shelf. The jow is shipped in a glass jar.

How to Use: You simply pour some of the concentrate in your hand or on a cotton ball and rub it deep into the afflicted area.

Warning: This Dit Da Jow is for external use only and not to be taken internally! Do not apply Dit Da Jow to open wounds.