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From ancient times in China, the horse has been a symbol of courage, honesty, reliability and loyalty. Gold signifies the highestl, the most valuable, the most coveted, and the best of all, and is used to describe the peak of excellence and achievement. The horse also has important meaning in the  imagery of ancient Chinese warfare and respected and honored on par with combat heroes and great generals.


Gold Horse dit da jow is a very old dit da jow recipe, mostly seen in small, far off, isolated villages and un-developed locations of China.  It was given this name or rather title for its usefulness. effectiveness and reliability as a herbal remedy for pain, trauma and injury and its lore is associated with ancient battlefield medcine.


It is a small yet powerful recipe consisting  highly valuable herbs, all in high concentration. Its approach is direct, quick and to the point: Reduce/relieve pain, reduce inflammation/swelling and restore adequate blood circulation. This is an excellent general purpose dit da jow to have in your first aid kit. 


Traditionally used for small to severe trauma, chronic and acute pain, eliminate brusing andcan be used to slow bleeding. Works very well on neck, jaw, and head injuries and some report relief of headaches by applying to both temples. Please not this is alcohol based so expect brief burning and stinging if used to slow bleeding of wounds and cuts. 


Partial list of ingredients: Hong Hua, Mo Yao. Ru Xiang, Xue Jie and additional proprietary herbs. 


Topical: Rub tincture directly into the skin of the affected area. Do not apply heavy force. Use a round, circular motion to apply. Be careful not to press affected veins. 


Disclaimer: This is a traditional herbal supplement. The above statements have not been verified by the FDA. None of the above is to be considered medical advice, claims or guarantees User assumes all risk. 

Gold Horse - Vintage Dit Da Jow Liniment

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