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Throughout Chinese history, Kung Fu studios used liniments to help with training injuries such as bruises, sprains and strains. These liniments are called die da jiu’s, which translates to ‘hit fall wine.’ Each studio had their own secret recipe for this liniment.
In 2011, Dr. Wlasiuk was introduced to Wing Tsun Kung Fu because it was the most practical for hand to hand combat and invented by a female. During this time, she was also completing her masters in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine. After she started training, she had bruises all over her hands and arms, so she decided she would make her own secret die da jiu which she initially called ‘Vanishing Bruise Jiu’. She gave bottles to her close classmates, kung fu friends, & Sifu. Her friends told her that it worked amazingly well to get rid of bruises naturally. When she started her acupuncture clinic, in Westchester Los Angeles, she brewed a batch to use in the clinic. She received many praises throughout the years.
In 2016, she broke her toe in a rock climbing accident… she wrapped her toe in gauze soaked with the Vanishing Bruise Jiu overnight and the purple color and pain were almost gone the next morning.
In 2018, a patient suggested she sell it in a wider market and perhaps to people who get bruises from aesthetic facial injections (i.e. botox bruises, juvaderm bruises, filler bruises), IVF hormone prep injections, & MMA or boxing gyms. Teresa ran on the idea and now Vanish Bruise Relief* is available to everyone.
*This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
How to Use
The best way to use is as a compress overnight. To make a compress soak regular (do not use non-stick) gauze with the liniment and cover area affected. You can either wrap it or tape it. For small areas soak part of a cotton ball and use tape or a bandage overnight. You may also apply it a few times during the day. Prior to leaving the liniment on overnight, make sure you do not have an adverse reaction by trying during the day.
Do not take internally. Avoid eyes, mucus membranes, open wounds or sores. Keep away from children and pets. This liniment can stain clothes or sheets. If you have any adverse reaction discontinue right away. Pregnant and/ or breastfeeding mothers please consult with your doctor.
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