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DIT-DA-JOW: Plum Dragon - (Healing Chronic Injury and Pain) - Ho Family + Camphor - (Pre-Aged) 4 oz
Dit Da Jow - Plum Dragon - Ho Family  + Camphor- (Pre-Aged) 4 oz

 
Chronic Injury and Pain Formula (Ho Family Dit Da Jow) is very strong in its action to manage pain and arthritic stiffness, tissue strains and soreness from over-training; it is quite effective for sinew injuries. The addition of camphor will supply a mild cooling and numbing quality to the feel of the liniment when it is applied. Learn More >>
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Product Code: JOW-PD-4OZ-HOFAMILY-CAMPHOR

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Dit Da Jow - Plum Dragon - Chronic Injury and Pain Formula - Ho Family + Camphor - (Pre-Aged) 4 oz

Type: Healing Jow

NOTE: This formula is the same as our original Ho Family formula, but we have added camphor to it. The addition of camphor will supply a mild cooling and numbing quality to the feel of the liniment when it is applied.

Camphor is an analgesic ingredient that has been approved by the FDA for relieving pain of minor injuries, strains, sprains and arthritis. It stimulates nerve endings that relieve symptoms such as pain and itching when applied to the skin.

Use/Description:
Chronic Injury and Pain Formula (Ho Family Dit Da Jow) is very strong in its action to manage pain and arthritic stiffness, tissue strains and soreness from over-training; it is quite effective for sinew injuries. This particular formula is very warming and for use in later or chronic stages of severe injury, once initial inflammation has subsided. Because of its nice balance of both healing and conditioning properties, and the strength of its action, it is the best-selling PlumDragon dit da jow.

A Top 5 Jow:
The coveted Ho Family jow is the bestseller at PlumDragonHerbs and has garnered a reputation for its insane effectiveness across a wide variety of uses. Ho Family jow is a thick, aromatic substance and could be considered the devilish cousin of Bruise Juice. Where Bruise Juice is cooling in action, Ho Family is extremely hot. Where Bruise Juice has a mild and sour aroma, Ho Family is intense and pops with spice. And where Bruise Juice is strongly specialized in its use, Ho Family accomplishes a large array of functions for its users.
Ho Family is a very large formula, especially for an injury liniment. Its ingredients include an arsenal of herbs found commonly in both injury and conditioning formulas. It is fantastic for injuries of all kinds; it is commonly used for sprains and strains; for tendonitis in the upper body, and when training range of motion; and many people report having successfully used Ho Family for Iron Palm training. It seems to be a very good choice in all of these areas. It is not specialized enough to hit brand new injuries with pronounced bruising and inflammation in such a way as Bruise Juice, but is ideal once any severe inflammation has subsided. It is also not the best option for serious Iron Palm training, but works very well for basic Iron Palm work and is excellent for any of the limb knock and other conditioning exercises often seen in various Kung Fu schools.
Bottom line: Ho Family is a perfect choice for a strong and impactful healing any time a very specialized liniment is not necessary.

Vegetarian: This jow is Vegetarian-friendly.

Properties: Very Warming

Therapeutic Actions:
- Disperses blood stasis
- Reduces swelling
- Relieves pain
- Connects bones
- Facilitates healing/strengthening of connective tissue and bone
- Safe and natural stimulant action
- Invigorates and improves circulation through vasodilation and decreasing the whole blood specific viscosity
- Improves hemorrheological changes
- All around tonic effect on the circulatory system
- Anticoagulant
- Desensitization of nerves that transmit pain signals to brain
- Promotes nourishment in the channels and tendons
- Expels pus
- Generates flesh

Common Uses:
- Bruises/Contusions
- Swelling, redness and pain, inflammation
- Tendon injuries
- Sprains
- Strains
- Varicose Veins
- Rheumatoid and osteoarthritis and joint/muscle pain
- Blood clots
- Numbness
- Fractured or broken bones and traumatic injuries
- Veterinary medicine on racing horses and dogs
- Massage therapy
- Iron Palm/athletic training which requires rapid recovery from injury

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