Posted On:11/20/2003 1:51am
Style: Some muy thai, not a whole hell of a lot though.
So..I have been doing some surfing for info on this. There is a ton of this stuff online, each claiming their is better and the others are crap. IS there a specific place any of you go for things like this? I would like to get some for my shin splints. It worked well last time I used the dit da jow..any reccommendations would be great.
Posted On:11/20/2003 1:53am
Style: Liu Seong Gung Fu
i only use homebrews, but that can be tough to come by. maybe someone here has used some commercial brand that is decent.
Posted On:11/20/2003 1:55am
Yeah...there are a lot of recipes out there..I am sure I could find an herbalist around here..but it would be a pain..sounds like it's a pain. You have to mix the ingredients..then let it sit for as long as you can..just time consuming.
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Posted On:11/27/2003 3:44pm
Style: A+B, D-Pad
I doubt the validity of recipes available commercially. Well maybe not Validity, but Potency. I have some serious wine "General Li's Wine of Life" **** kicks ass. And I 've used palm medicine to heal bumps and bruises with pretty outstanding results...but the teacher I get it from scoffs at the quality of commercial "linaments" saying that authentic and powerful medicines are treasures not come by lightly. BUT you never know...I still think Tiger Balm cures everything.
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Posted On:11/27/2003 4:00pm
Style: Kung Fu
Originally posted by JBliss
. I have some serious wine "General Li's Wine of Life" **** kicks ass.
Is that the stuff you drink everyday and you don't get sick? Like an immune system boost?
Posted On:11/27/2003 4:27pm
Nah (although that sounds really sweet) it's herbs fermented in cognac for a year.
One shot turns the heat on you, three makes you feel like you can walk through walls
any more than that will give you a god awful headache the nextday...trust me.
It's used to intensify training or for occasional sipping (itty bitty sips) for good health.
Also right before a fight you take a shot and the alchohol calms the nerves and the herbs sharpen up the mind ( though I'm not into drinking alcohol before competing). It deffinitly puts a smile on your face!
Posted On:11/27/2003 4:29pm
wait didn't I just say no to question then say yes later in the post? Sorry I 've been drinking too much wine. I guess it could be a boost for the immune system I'll have to ask.
Posted On:11/27/2003 4:30pm
The alcohol helps with absorbtion of the herbs. Is good for you.
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Posted On:11/27/2003 4:39pm
a little toooo good...
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Posted On:11/27/2003 8:40pm
the best wayt to get it is to find a good CMA teacher and get injured in class!
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