Hung Ga Kuen Dit Da Jow Liniment Kit

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Hung Ga Kuen Dit Da Jow Liniment originated in Southern China in the 17th century and by the 20th century worked its way down to Hong Kong. Hung Ga Kuen, traces its roots back to the Shaolin Temple in China and is based on the movements of the 5 classical Kung Fu animals, dragon, tiger, snake, leopard and the crane. Techniques are also drawn from the 5 classical elements, gold, wood, water, fire and earth.

Tit Daa Zau

In Hong Kong this liniment is referred to in Cantonese as Tit Daa Zau and has the nickname Tin Paang Zau or rooftop Jow since it was used a lot on the secret rooftop full contact fights between the various styles. We of course refer to it as Dit Da Jow. Some of the popular styles in Hong Kong that used Hung Ga Kuen were Wing Chun, Choy Li Fut and Hung Gar , Hung Ga Kuen Dit Da Jow has some great healing qualities and they are discussed below.

Hung Ga Kuen Dit Da Jow heals bruises, contusions and unblocks blood stagnation in the channels, collaterals and meridians. This formula is also a great pain reliever.

Hung Ga Kuen Dit Da Jow

Below we will discuss the formula and its ingredients.

Herbs in this formula unblock obstructions in the vessels, promote the circulation of blood, resolve and dispel stasis. In general, they are known as herbs that invigorate the blood and transform stasis. These
herbs are very powerful in breaking up blood stasis.

The herbs acrid and dispersing qualities help unblock obstructions in the blood vessels. These herbs facilitate the circulation of blood, dispel stasis to alleviate pain, reduce swelling, generate the tissue, and break up stasis . They are used to treat patterns of internal and external pain caused by poor circulation and/or blood, hematoma and swelling due to traumatic injuries, and those of Wind-dampness Painful Obstruction from contact training.

Below we list the actual herbs in this formula and their actions.

The herbs in this formula are contraindicated for use during pregnancy.

Dong Gwai

Analgesic, anti-inflammatory: unrest, anxiety, menstrual and postpartum pain, epigastric
and abdominal pain, headache, backache, myalgia, neuralgia, pain of trauma; neuro-cardiac syndrome.

Daan Sam

Anticontusion, vulnerary, antiseptic: sprains, strains, fractures, wounds.

Pu Wong

Hemostatic, coagulant, styptic: passive uterine bleeding (metrorrhagia), bleeding wounds or injuries, blood in stool, urine or sputum, subcutaneous bleeding.

Tou Yan


Analgesic, spasmolytic: pain of uterus, abdomen, intercostals; pain of injury or strains, myalgia, intestinal colic,
abdominal lumps/spasms.

Yu Heung

Analgesic, anti-inflammatory: pain of trauma, arthritis, rheumatism, menstruation; mouth, throat, chest, epigastric and abdominal pain, hemostatic, styptic: uterine, lung or traumatic bleeding.

Mut Yuek

ACTIONS AND INDICATIONS: Analgesic, anticontusion: pain of trauma; chest, abdominal.

Ng Ling Ji

ACTIONS: Analgesic, hemostatic, coronary restorative, ant-ivenomous.

Saam Chat Tin Chat

Anti-inflammatory, detumescent: wounds, injuries, fractures, sprains, strains (esp. with pain, discoloration, swelling) analgesic, anti-contusion: pain of trauma; postpartum, abdominal, chest pain hemostatic, coagulant, styptic: internal and external bleeding (incl. hematemesis, epistaxis, melena, hematuria, hemorrhage due to trauma or passive), hematoma.

Jaak Laan

ACTIONS: Spasmolytic, analgesic, cardiotonic, pain and swelling due to traumatic injury and postpartum; boils, abscesses; gynecological tumors.

Ji Yun Tung

ACTIONS:Vulnerary, analgesic, detumescent.
INDICATIONS: Fractures, traumatic injuries with swelling and pain; endemic goiter.

Hung Fa

Anticontusion, vulnerary, detumescent: tissue injuries, fractures, strains, sprains, nonsuppurative boils and sores.

Duk Wut

Circulatory and muscular stimulant/relaxant: deficient and spasmodic musculoskeletal conditions, lumbar pain, headache, toothache; rheumatoid arthritis.

Hyut Kit

Analgesic: traumatic injuries (incl. wounds, contusions, sprains, fractures); chronic ulcers, cancerous sores
hemostatic, coagulant.

Chek Cheuk

Anticontusion, detumescent: strains, sprains, swelling and pain of traumatic injury anti-inflammatory.

Maau Daan Pei

anticontusion, vulnerary: bruises, strains, sprains, fractures, blood clots hemostatic: hemorrhage (inc!. coughing up blood, nosebleeds, bloody stool, subcutaneous bleeding), analgesic.

As you can see the 14 herbs used are quite powerful and the actions of each herb when combined together create a dynamic healing and pain relief liniment for all types training.

Make Your Own Liniment At Home

We have available all the above herbs to make the Hung Ga Kuen Liniment at home, all the herbs are prepared in a kit form and are ready for easy preparation. Follow the included instructions and you can start using your liniment in 3 weeks.

Hung Ga Kuen Dit Da Jow

Hung Ga Kuen Dit Da Jow Liniment Kit

Each kit produces up to 128 ounces( One Gallon) of liniment, all that is needed is a GLASS jar with a airtight lid and at least one gallon of Vodka. You can start with 2-1.75 liter bottles and add more if you wish depending on the size jar you use.

Find the cheapest Vodka that is 40% alc 80 proof add the herbs then the Vodka in your glass jar, seal up the jar, shake daily and that’s it, you made your own powerful liniment. If you frequently purchase small bottles of Dit Da Jow you will find this is a great savings.

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Additional information

Weight 18 oz

1 review for Hung Ga Kuen Dit Da Jow Liniment Kit

  1. Rated 5 out of 5


    This is just like the Jow I used in Hong Kong and I love it, this really heals bruises fast and I also found it to be a great pain reliever. I highly recommend this to anyone who wants to heal up fast from training injuries, plus making your own liniment is very reasonable in price and of higher quality than the junk sold online.

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