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Extra Strength Tendon Relaxing Soak (Shu Jin Huo Xue Jin Ji) - Tooth from the Tiger's Mouth

Extra Strength Tendon Relaxing Soak - Shu Jin Huo Xue Jin Ji


 
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Extra Strength Tendon Relaxing Soak (
Shu Jin Huo Xue Jin Ji)

舒筋活血浸劑

Extra Strength Tendon Relaxing Soak (Shu Jin Huo Xue Jin Ji) is the go-to soak for second stage injuries characterized by spasm, tight sinews and restricted mobility of the injured area. Extra Strength Tendon Relaxing Soak is also appropriate for 3rd stage sinew injuries in which tight sinews and restricted mobility are the primary symptoms. This soak relieves spasm, relaxes sinews, kills pain and moves stasis.

Extra Strength Tendon Relaxing Soak is very effective in the treatment of strains and sprains and muscle pulls. It can be used in conjunction with Tui Na massage methods. Before mobilizing joints with restricted movement, have the patient steam and soak the area for 20 minutes. Alternatively, the patient can soak the area every day or even twice a day in between treatments.

Packaged in a flow-through bag for convenient use.

Directions: Place the bag in 2-3 gallons of liquid. Bring the water to boil and then turn down the heat and simmer for 30 minutes. Steam the affected part in the vapor as the mixture cools. Then immerse the affected part in the liquid and soak for 15-20 minutes. Alternatively for areas like the back, hip, knee, hamstrings and shoulder, one can soak a piece of flannel or a towel in the mixture, wring the cloth out and place it on the affected part as a compress (change compresses as they cool). The mixture can be reused for up to 6 days. Simply save the liquid in the pot and reheat to the desired temperature.

For best results add 1 quart of alcohol (vodka or rice wine) and a quart of rice wine vinegar or white vinegar, after you have simmered the herbs.

Ingredients: dang gui wei; su mu; bai zhi; jiang huang; wei ling xian; qiang huo; wu jia pi; hai tong pi; niu xi; chuan lian zi; tu fu ling; ru xiang; chuan jiao; tou gu cao; song jie

External Use Only! Do not use over open skin lesions or rashes.



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