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Lung Choy Shung Pain Relief Liquid (Dit Da Jow)

Lung Choy Shung Pain Relief Liquid (Dit Da Jow) is a first-aid antiseptic for use with minor cuts scrapes, and burns; additionally, it penetrates the skin and serves as an effective (topical) analgesic for the temporary relief from muscle pain, back ache, sports injury, and/or bruising. Amount: 6.7 fl. oz.

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Stella Waldvogel

It really works

I sometimes get pain in my leg/hip. I strongly suspect a repetitive motion injury from an old job. For some reason, this relieves the pain even better than Tiger Balm.

One application and I can feel a difference. More, and it gets better in increments. Highly recommended!

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Dennis Horton

Did da jow

Good for minor pain, need something for deeper and longer lasting product.

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Richard Gromlich

One of the best.

As a kung fu stylist I have used several different formulas of Dit Da Jow and my Sifu makes his own based on a secret formula. I bought this to test in the event my Sifu runs out. I think Lung Choy Shung is equal to my teachers formula and will be a good substitute if needed. I used it for knee pain and it works. I need to further test it for bruising, insect bites, burns etc.

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What is Lung Choy Shung Pain Relief Liquid (Dit Da Jow):

Lung Choy Shung Pain Relief Liquid (Dit Da Jow) is a first-aid antiseptic for use with minor cuts scrapes, and burns; additionally, it penetrates the skin and serves as an effective (topical) analgesic for the temporary relief from muscle pain, back ache, sports injury, and/or bruising.

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