Eighteen Herbs Liniment – Chinese Medicine for recovery from training and trauma


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Shi Ba Wei Die Da Jiu – Eighteen Flavours Hit Fall Wine.  Clears heat and inflammation, disperses stasis, moves Qi, quickens blood, reduces swelling, and stops pain. Treats the initial stage of trauma to the muscles, sinews, and bones.

Dit Da Jow – the famous ‘hit fall wine’ used by martial artists world wide.

These formulas are used for the recovery of training injuries, but can also be used as a preventative measure during heavy training sessions or tournament fights. They assist in conditions like redness and swelling, lumbar sprain, fracture and dislocation, bruising, ligament, tendon, and muscle damage, and alleviating pain. We have several formulas available.

Testimonial – “After no progress in two weeks of traditional (Western) treatment on a severely strained hamstring, and muscle damage to shoulder and arm, I was given a bottle of Shi Ba Wei Die Da Jiu to try. The feeling on application was like a soft, warmish breath at the site, radiating out slowly but strongly, giving almost immediate and lasting releif. The pain lessened from the first treatment. The leg pain was gone in one day and the arm in three. i could not recommend this product highly enough!” Carolyn Keech – Sydney

Contains herbs that should not be taken internally.

All of our Chinese medicine products are made by a practising martial artist since 1993, who also holds a Masters degree in Acupuncture, is a registered Chinese Herbalist (AHPRA Registration #CMR0001712130), and belongs to the Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association ( AACMA Membership #1309).

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Weight0.5 kg