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    Thai Liniment vs. Dit Da Jow

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    Anyone know the difference between Dit Da Jow and Thai Liniment? I know they're both traditional remedies for bruises and such, but other than that (besides the obvious differences in origin) I got nothing.

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    Families have their own recipies, all medicine is not created equal. You either have a source or you don't.
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    the thai liniment is spicy and has coconut milk in it.

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    dit da jow comes with a side order of fried rice.

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    one of my friends family makes their own liniments...feels like a hotter tiger balm because they use more camphor in their recipe....

    anyone ever try wood lock oil? way better than TB..
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    Yep my old MT coach swore by Woodlock oil. It's reallly strong though and bad if you have sensitive skin.

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    HP steak sauce works better.
    So does Black Bean sauce.
    Also better:
    Soy
    Ketchup
    Tabasco
    Chilli

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    Tiger Balm is great.

    Although not as great as when they put morphine in it.
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    Is it just me or does Dit Da Jow make your skin thicker?

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    Originally posted by Chupacabra
    Is it just me or does Dit Da Jow make your skin thicker?
    Bruise medicine should not make your skin thicker.
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