Ancient fragrant blend of chinese herbs soaked for many months to have optimal effects on topically moving blood to rapidly decrease the appearance of bruises. Great for bruises, sprains & strains. External topical use only, keep away from eyes and open skin.
Die Da Jiu – is translated to ‘hit fall wine’ and is great for bruises, sprains, strains, contusions and fractures. In ancient China, Kung Fu studios would make their own secret blend of this trauma liniment for the bruises sustained during training. I studied Wing Tsun in NYC, it is a Chinese martial art invented by a female nun, studied by Bruce Lee and Robert Downey, made popular by the Ip Man movie series and it is what my military friend calls the best hand to hand combat/ self-defense next to Systema, a Russian martial art. I created this vanishing bruise liniment for the Wing Tsun studio I practiced at. I formulated my own secret blend with inspiration from multiple herb books, liniment recipes on the market, and with the help of an herbs professor. Throughout my years practicing acupuncture my patients have used it for various traumas. I even have multiple acupuncturists who buy it from me on a regular basis. I had always heard about how well it works but it wasn’t until I broke my toe in a rock climbing accident that I saw for myself how magical it is. I thought it would be good to market it also to people who get facial injections, as no matter how good your doctor is, like in acupuncture, you are bound to get a bruise if you get needled regularly. As a doctor, we cannot see where the majority of vasculature is under the skin and each person’s varies to some degree. I hope this can help with all sorts of bruises. Please keep it away from open skin, eyes, and mucus membranes. It is for external topical use only. Consult with your doctor if you are on blood thinners, pregnant or nursing. Do not use with heat or heating herbal patches. For best use slather on before bedtime and sleep with it. For larger areas soak a gauze pad and wrap with more gauze. Feel free to email me with further questions GoldenNeedleLA@gmail.com