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Dit Da Jow - Plum Dragon - (Conditioning/Injury) - Wing Chun Anti-Contusion - (1 Gallon Herb Bag)
Dit Da Jow - Plum Dragon - Wing Chun Anti-Contusion - (1 Gallon Herb Bag)

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Dit Da Jow - Plum Dragon - Wing Chun Anti-Contusion - (1 Gallon Herb Bag)

This herb pack makes 1 gallon of jow (3.875 liters).

Type: Healing Jow

Properties: Warming

This jow uses a high concentration of warming herbs and those which dispel Wind. This formula is one we fill quite a bit as people enjoy the smell and pain-killing properties. Vegetarian.

Herb Quality:
Sourced indigenously, our geo-authentic herbs are sulfur-free and lab-tested for potency. We stock the freshest, highest quality herbs for dit da jow. For all premade dit da jow, we employ traditional Pao Zhi to soak, fry, cook/calcine various herbs for maximum function and extraction.

Warning: For EXTERNAL use only. Do NOT apply to open wounds or cuts, eyes or mouth at any time.

Below are directions for BREWING YOUR DIT-DA-JOW HERB PACK, as well as some pointers to ensure that it comes out as best as possible:
  • Open bag and empty the herbs into a 1 gallon (or larger) GLASS container. PlumDragon herb packs come pre-prepared—necessary grinding, crushing, processing, frying, etc is already done. Feel free to break the herbs up further, but NEVER powderize herbs beyond the state they are in.
  • Fill your container with vodka, rum, brandy, rice wine, or a 50/50 mix of everclear and spring water. You may heat the alcohol before adding it to the herbs; we make some of our formulas this way.
  • Store the container in a dark place at room temperature as some ingredients can break down with excessive exposure to light or extreme temperatures. Shake your jar on occasion.
  • The herbs will have soaked up some of the liquid after a day and the level will be lower. Feel free to top off your 1 gallon jar with either alcohol or spring water and reseal.
  • You should allow a minimum of 3 months for the aging process and we recommend at least 6 months. We also recommend that you do not strain off the herbs at that time, but leave them in the jar to continue aging.