TOPICAL BALMS AND LINIMENTS
Fu Medicinals topical balms and liniments are available for any patient that experiences pain, topical liniments and salves can provide excellent relief!
John hand crafts balms and liniments built from ancient recipes of the Chinese Martial Arts lineages. Each medicine is hand-crafted in small batches in Oregon, using mostly organic and locally-produced ingredients whenever the option is there.
Dit Da Jiao (dit-dah-jow) is translated as "Hit-Fall Wine". Both the balm and liniment are made from medicinal herbs that reduce inflammation and eliminate pain very quickly. This formula is perfect for acute injuries, as well as flare-ups from older injuries. It removes hot swelling, moves stagnant blood, and relaxes tense tissues. The older the jiao, the more potent and effective it is. This current batch of liniment is very well aged, from June 2014, and contains vodka and Chinese Medical Herbs.
The Tendon-Ligament formula is made to treat chronic tendon and ligament injury, such as tendonitis and ligament joint sprains. This formula has the reputation of warming and relieving stubborn cases and should be applied to the problem area before and after activity. However, because this is a warming formula, avoid use during the first 24-48 hours of a new injury. As with Dit Da Jiao, the older this medicine is, the stronger it is. The current batch of liniment has been curing since June 2014 and contains vodka and Chinese Medical Herbs.
Also available is U-I (ooo-eee) Oil. This is the original Wong Cheung Wah recipe, made with organic oils and Chinese Medicinal Herbs. It excels at calming the pain and stiffness of aching muscles, especially when the discomfort feels worse in cold and damp environments. This oil is fantastic for massage and cupping therapies, as its warmth penetrates deep into muscle tissue.
Also available are four different topical balms:
One is a Dit Da Jiao Balm, utilized in the same sense as the liniment described above but in a stiffer format using organic coconut oil and beeswax as the medium.
Another item is a Tendon-Warming Balm, also used for chronic tendon and ligament ailments in the same fashion as the Tendon-Warming Liniment described above.
The third balm offered is an U-I Balm. U-I Oil is also called Wong Cheung Wah , after its inventor. Here you have a balm form of the medicine that is easy to apply on the go.
The fourth balm in the series is a topical medicine specifically designed to tend to the complaints of Lyme Disease. Herbal medicines that attack Lyme bacteria's protective "shell," warm the blood (Lyme hates warmth), and oxygenates the blood (Lyme hates oxygen) are all infused with herbs that address the pains that Lyme brings to joints and muscles!
With all of these medicines, a little goes a very long way! The balms spread very nicely, and don't feel too greasy on the skin. The liniments are not greasy at all but are best when applied using a cotton ball. All of the Fu Medicinals products carry either a mild and pleasant scent
The liniments and U-I Oil are available in 2oz bottles, and the balms are available in 1oz and 2oz jars.
Please send me a message if you are interested in the Fu Medicinals topical medicines and we can work out details.
If you would like to supply your own clinic or practice with my products, that would be an honor and you will receive a bulk-purchase savings price.