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Dee Dat Jow is the Cantonese for die da jiu, fall and strike wine; Shaolin is the name of the famous Chinese monastery where martial arts were practiced and developed. This formula was orally transmitted by the 37th Patriarch of the Shaolin monastery as contained in Secret Shaolin Formulas for the Treatment of External Injury.
Moves the qi and quickens the blood, frees and eases the flow of the channels and vessels
Dang Gui ( Radix Angelicae Sinensis )
Chuan Xiong ( Rhizoma Chuanxiong )
Chuan Niu Xi ( Radix Cyathulae )
Su Mu ( Lignum Sappan )
Hong Hua ( Flos Carthami )
Ding Xiang ( Flos Caryophylli )
Mu Xiang ( Radix Auklandiae )
Ru Xiang ( Olibanum )
Tan Xiang ( Lignum Santali Albi )
Xiao Hui Xiang ( Fructus Foeniculi )
Method of Use
Apply liberally to the affected area 3-5 times per day. For external use only. Do not take internally.
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