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Five Elder Monk Mew Hing's 18 Daoist Palms
Basic Iron Palm All-Purpose Dit Da Jow
It is also an excellent padding formula.
This formula is an "external only liniment" - Also please see cautionery notes below!!
(You must be 21 to order)
Basic Iron Palm All-Purpose Dit Da Jow - Five (5) packages of herbs. Each package makes 1/2 gallon (all five packages make 2 1/2 gallons of liniment). Includes Chinese Herbal Database of 440 herbs, and Herb Book with 6 formulas - $250.00
Note: NO REFUNDS - Purchase requires a phone call to Jung Shee Lacy!
No Medical Claims are made!
Use at your own Risk!
We Do Not recommend that you need to try these!
Always consult your doctor!
We present this formula for historical study purposes!
Mew Hing Productions and its Associates assume no responsibility!
You are responsible for your own actions!
You should be 21. Have your Western and Eastern Doctors cooperative opinion as well as a licensed herbalist.
FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY!!!
Discontinue if rash develops.
Keep away from fire, children, excessive heat, mucous membranes and pets.
For Historical Purposes Only
"This is Five Elder Monk Mew Hing's 18 Daoist Palms Basic Iron Palm All-Purpose Dit Da Jow. It is also an excellent padding formula. *All this according to legend only. Use at your own risk. Must be 21. Consult your Western Medicine Doctor and a licensed Chinese Herbalist as well as licensed Chinese Medical Doctor. In a multitude of council there is victory. Use these lists for study purposes only. We do not recommend you need to try this. Work with a competent martial arts instructor or contact us. Discontinue if rash develops. Keep away from children, pets, fire or mucous membranes...also excessive heat. Wash your hands with cold water and soap with a special towel because jow can stain. Be careful not to spill on the carpet or your cloths. Use sparingly. Apply lengthwise and rub horizontally with friction a minute or so before doing the roller bar, grab bag, wood dummy, iron palm striking, breaks, kicking the makiwara...etcetera, three star, sensitivity drills, and meditations as well as bruises, sprains and strains..
I like to age the jow in one gallon glass jar wide mouth containers. Put the whole pack of herbs un-ground into the gallon container. Add a 1.75 liter bottle of vodka over the ingredients and cap securely. I like to mark the date, name of the formula, the words 'poison' or external use only,' on the jars boldly and put them in a closet or dark space. I like to use a plastic cat box with paper, cloth or foam padding to protect against an earthquake or other such disturbance that could break the glass and cause a mess. Be vigilant. Let the ingredients age in the vodka for six weeks. After six weeks, about a week before...let the herbs settle without agitation. Decant about a half cup into a Pyrex pourer. Use a hand sieve to catch any particles so the jow is clear. Have in hand a plastic drip spout container to hold the liquid. Use a funnel and pour carefully in to the drip spout container. Let the rest go back to age longer. Longer the better. Repeat this process as you need more. When all the jow has been used, do not try and add alcohol to get more. This will be too weak. Dispose of the ingredients when ready in a responsible way. Keep away from pets or garden plants.
This formula is meant to be strong. It does not need to be ground up to make jow (external only liniment.) The only time you grind this formula up is in the use of it as a padding formula. Padding formulas are referred to as 'poultices' in the West. In making paddings, the monks would powder one pack and make a jow out of the other. Heating jow is dangerous. Alcohol is flammable. The monks would heat a bit of jow through the bottle in hot water and mix it with the powder from the same formula to form a 'warm' paste. This paste would be applied about a quarter inch thick on to gauze, and applied to the joint, broken bones that had been aligned and or other areas. Always see a doctor if you break a bone. I am just giving you history. Paper tape can keep the poultice in place. An Ace bandage elastic wrap...not too tight will keep stains away. Depending on the severity, paddings were only resorted to when massage with jow failed to bring desired results. The paddings were used for three days at a time, then the area cleaned and a new poultice applied for another three days. Sometimes a third application of three days was required. This formula is no where near the strength of some of our more powerful padding formulas, plus we have specialized paddings for different injuries and locations on the body. This is a good one though because it will work well in its all-purpose capacity as a good entry level jow with an inexpensive price considering the lineage and quality."
....James Patrick Lacy
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