Thread: Thai Liniment vs. Dit Da Jow
5/15/2004 11:53pm, #1
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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.
5/16/2004 10:45am, #2
Families have their own recipies, all medicine is not created equal. You either have a source or you don't.
5/16/2004 1:40pm, #3
the thai liniment is spicy and has coconut milk in it.
5/16/2004 1:57pm, #4
dit da jow comes with a side order of fried rice.
5/18/2004 12:32pm, #5
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..http://woodwardswhiskey.wordpress.com/
He was punching him like the collective karmic debt he'd accrued was coming to collections, mostly on his face.
5/18/2004 12:35pm, #6
Yep my old MT coach swore by Woodlock oil. It's reallly strong though and bad if you have sensitive skin.
5/18/2004 12:59pm, #7
5/20/2004 4:32pm, #8
Tiger Balm is great.
Although not as great as when they put morphine in it.I would liken it to the boxing or the muay thai of internal kung fu, even though that's like calling apples the oranges of the apple world. --WalkOn
5/21/2004 9:43am, #9
5/21/2004 10:14am, #10Originally posted by Chupacabra
Is it just me or does Dit Da Jow make your skin thicker?