Authentic Dit Da Jow
By Dr. Nick, Dit Da Jow is something most people have never heard of, or can even pronounce. But it has been around for over a thousand years in China, starting in the Shaolin Temple then over the years the formula(Shaolin Tie Die Yao Xiang Jing) has been passed down helping people heal from, bruises, sprains and other conditions(see below). If you are involved in Martial Arts like Wing Chun you probably have heard of it or are using it currently.This article will explain the basics of Dit Da Jow and how it can benefit you.
Dit Da Jow has been used for the following:
- Poor Circulation
- Raynauds Symptoms
- Muscle Pain
- Shin Splints
Authentic Dit Da Jow is, a blend of herbs, generally 14 or so, these herbs are combined together and soaked in a GLASS jar(read glass jar ideas toward end of post) with alcohol preferably Vodka believe it or not, for months or even years. Glass must be used,for ideas on finding the right glass jar see the bottom of this post.
This external only liniment is applied to any injured or bruised area and it somehow heals the area and makes the bruise disappear quickly. This was discovered by the Shaolin Monk herbalists to help heal injuries sustained in training or combat. You can order The Best Dit Da Jow Recipe online already made, but it is best to order in kit form and make it yourself. If you do buy Dit Da Jow already made, make sure it is packaged in a glass container. Authentic Dit Da Jow packaged in a plastic bottle is no good since it will leach out the plastic chemicals from the bottle and make the Dit Da Jow worthless, and possibly hazardous, always use GLASS.
The theory behind Dit Da Jow and it’s amazing healing powers is based on TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine). When someone sustains a injury, the Qi is blocked and blood can not travel properly through the injured area, hence pain and what they call blood stagnation. Dit Da Jow opens up the flow of blood and Qi to promote healing, plus some of the herbs in the formula take away pain and discomfort. I have seen it take bruises away in less than a day, just amazing stuff. This also great for people who bruise easy, besides healing the bruise it strengthens the underlying blood vessels so you don’t bruise as easily next time. If you train in any contact sport or just bruise all the time this for you.
The best way to use Dit Da Jow if you are training in the martial arts is to apply some to the areas of the body that are going to make contact, lets say if your punching a bag or makawari apply some to your hands prior to training like 20 to 30 minutes, then apply some more right after training, just enough to fill your palm should be sufficient. If you are kicking a bag then apply some to your shins and apply enough to cover, the contact area.
Always apply in a downward motion in the direction toward the tips of your extremities
For the everyday person who bruises easily apply twice a day morning and night on the areas you need. I have found it is best to apply and let air dry instead wiping it with a cloth, this will allow for more of the Dit Da Jow to penetrate the skin and help the healing process.
Another trick to making a very powerful Dit Da Jow is to store your glass jar in a dark cool place out of sunlight, the suns rays will weaken the liniment significantly, so in a cabinet or pantry or closet is the perfect place.Shaking the jar several times a day for the first month or so then shaking several times week speeds up the extraction process. Hundreds of years back a clay pot was used and it was buried in the ground for several months and in some cases for over five years before it was unearthed and used. The longer the herbs sit the stronger it became, back at that time they used rice wine, since vodka was not available so sitting for a longer period was beneficial for a stronger Jow. Since vodka is available today it provides a faster extraction process if the liniment is shaken often.
After 3-4 weeks take some of your Dit Da Jow and place in a small glass jar(6-8 oz) for daily use, straining is not necessary use a ladle and funnel or turkey baster to add into your jar.
Generally, Dit Da Jow is not used on broken skin or cuts, check with your supplier before applying to any skin that has been cut or broken. When using the Jow as mentioned above apply liberally and let air dry for best results.
For serious injuries make a poultice with cheesecloth and wrap with plastic around the wounded area. Soak the cheesecloth enough so it is saturated but not dripping, leave on as long as possible. The plastic will slow down the evaporation and allow the Jow to soak in the skin more efficiently.
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Years ago one of my Wing Chun instructors had us practice a unique type of Pak Sao, we would literally be slapping our partners forearms to the point the skin started to get raw. Thank God we had Dit Da Jow, otherwise I know I would not be able to train the next day, due to the swelling and bruising associated with the training. It does work and helps recovery very fast. If you are looking for a formula that heals bones, ligaments, and sinew, then check out our Iron Palm formula. In Martial Arts, when you are training either MMA, Muay Thai,Wing Chun Kung Fu and other styles where there is plenty of contact this liniment is a absolute must.
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Dit Da Jow and Pain
Pain and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)
The basic statement about pain, formed almost two thousand years ago in TCM it was stated “if there is free flow, there is no pain; however, if there is a disruption of this free flow then pain occurs”. Here ‘free flow’ refers to the free flow of Qi and Blood. The circulation of Qi and Blood in the body should be constant, just like the continual courses of the sun and moon.
Dit Da Jow was created for the free flow of Qi in the body to heal and at the same time reduce pain. According to TCM, this circulation depends upon the correct, interdependent functioning of the Zang-Fu organs, including the Lung, Heart, Liver and Kidney. The Lung disperses Qi to every part of the body, and also connects to the blood vessels, thus keeping the Qi and Blood circulating freely in the body. The Heart is in charge of promoting the circulation of Blood in their Vessels.
The Liver is in charge of keeping the Qi circulating freely, which in turn keeps the Blood circulating freely. The circulation of Liver-Qi also promotes the digestive functions of the Spleen and Stomach, and this keeps the water passages clear, so preventing the accumulation of Damp in the body.
The Kidney is the root of Yang Qi, which warms the Qi and Blood to maintain their free circulation. Moreover, the Kidney also produces Yuan Qi or Original Qi, which is the root energy for all the Zang-Fu organs. Where there is dysfunction of any of these organs, due to the various kinds of pathogenic factors discussed earlier, there will be retardation of the Qi and Blood circulation, eventually causing pain.
It should now be clear that pain is mainly a result of disturbances in the Qi and Blood circulation, and may be caused by stagnation of Qi and Blood, or deficiency of Qi and Blood-but why does this disturbance of Qi and Blood flow cause pain?
Which organ is in charge of pain? The reason was stated clearly,two thousand years ago, in the Simple question: ‘all kinds of pain, itching and sores are due to Heart disorder’ (Yellow Emperor’s Classic of Internal Medicine. Why did the ancient texts attribute pain to the Heart? This can be explained as follows. The Heart promotes normal Blood circulation in the Zang-Fu organs, Blood Vessels, channels and the tissues. Where the Qi and Blood circulation are disordered, a disturbed feedback will be sent to the Heart. In other words, one can say that the Heart is constantly sensitive to the condition of the Qi and Blood circulation.
Dit Da Jow’s herbal components travel the Heart and Pericardium meridians keeping those meridians and channels flowing smoothly. Modern medicine considers that pain is the body’s way of responding to damaged tissue. For instance, when a bone breaks, nerves send pain messages through the spinal cord to the brain, where they are interpreted. The TCM viewpoint is that pain is the reflection of the Mind (Shen) to the stimulation from the environment, and the activity of the Mind is considered to be the result of physiological function of the Heart.
When the Qi and Blood circulation are disturbed, this situation will be conveyed to the Heart, and the pain that follows is a response from the Mind to this situation. According to this viewpoint, pain is closely related to the Heart. How a person responds to pain is determined by many factors, of which emotional states are very important. For example, depression seems to increase a person’s perception of pain and to decrease the ability to cope with both the pain and the treatment. Thus treating the depression treats the pain as well. If pain is not adequately treated, then pain impulses are more readily transmitted to the brain.
Therefore, in TCM it is considered that it is more effective to prevent pain than to treat it after it occurs. In terms of the relationship between the emotions, the interior organs and the Heart, TCM holds that the Heart dominates the emotions and is the root controller of other Zang-Fu organs. For instance, the famous doctor Ling Shu states: ‘the Heart is the root controller for five Zang organs and six Fu organs, therefore the Heart will be disturbed by grief and meditation’.
All these statements clearly mention that the Heart can be influenced by the dysfunction of other Zang-Fu organs as well the difference emotions, and this may lead to the development of pain. Authentic Dit Da Jow travels thru all 12 Meridians with emphasis on the Heart,Pericardium Liver, Spleen, and Kidney Meridians, by doing so Qi is able to flow freely thus allowing healing to occur and pain to disappear.
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