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Zheng Gu Shui is a brand of traditional Chinese medicinal liniment produced by Guangxi Yulin Pharmaceutical Group Co., Ltd. Literally translated, the name means “Fix Bone Water”, or “Rectify Bone Water.”
Zheng Gu Shui is a variety of pain relief liniment called Dit da jow or die da jiu. The formula, created by a Chinese master herbalist over 500 years ago, was used to treat fractures, broken bones and injuries suffered in combat. It is used today by Chinese medical practitioners to treat all kind of injuries, including sports, automobile and accidental injuries. When applied, Zheng Gu Shui stops the pain and quickly starts the healing process. For broken bones and fractures, it can actually speed the regeneration of broken bone tissue.[dubious – discuss]
Zheng Gu Shui
The ingredients in Zheng Gu Shui are as follows (percentages are not rounded up or down):
Croton seed 18%
Cinnamon bark 13%
Angelica root 13%
Inula flower 12%
Menthol crystal 3%
Camphor crystal 2%
Alcohol is the base liquid to pull out the alkaloidal constituents.
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Clinical Handbook of Chinese Prepared Medicines by Chun-Han Zhu
Chinese Herbal Patent Formulas by Jake Fratkin
Traditional Chinese Medicine and the Athlete by Nicolas Miller
OrientalMateria Medica A Concise Guide by Hong-Yen Hsu