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DIT-DA-JOW: Shaolin - (Conditioning/Iron) - Bak Mei - 4 oz
Dit Da Jow - Bak Mei 4 oz

 
This formula is said to be one of the original liniments saved after the Shaolin temple was burned. This is a Chi building liniment. Bak Mei is known for its reverse breathing techniques, and meditative exercises. It helps to increase circulation and open the chi channels while warming and strengthen the hands. This formula is said to be excellent for helping practitioners that are doing meditative chi exercises. Learn More >>
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Dit Da Jow - Bak Mei - 4 oz

Type: Iron Training Jow

Use/Description: This formula is said to be one of the original liniments saved after the Shaolin temple was burned. This is a Chi building liniment. Bak Mei is known for its reverse breathing techniques, and meditative exercises. It helps to increase circulation and open the chi channels while warming and strengthen the hands. This formula is said to be excellent for helping practitioners that are doing meditative chi exercises.


Brewing Method: This jow is brewed in glass using the latest scientific methods with the highest quality herbs possible. This is a high-quality jow. Most other jows on the market today are made by dumping a bunch of herbs in vodka (or similar alcohol). This jow, on the other hand, has had the chemicals from each herb extracted in the best possible manner. It is one of the cleanest most pure form of jow we offer. In addition, the jow is shipped in a medical-grade plastic bottle that does not interact with the jow (the jow cannot leech harmful chemicals from this grade of plastic).

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.