Zheng Gu Shui, lit: "Rectify Bones Liquid", penetrates to the bone level to promote healing and stop pain (dispel blood stasis and fluid stagnation). It is well known for its effectiveness at healing deep bone bruises and fractures; and is effective on all manner of bumps, bruises, sprains and strains. Zheng Gu Shui (pronounced Jung Goo Shway) is the liniment of choice for deep bone bruises and broken bones. It is a "neutral" solution that may be applied in all situations for pain relief.|
Invigorates blood, breaks blood stasis, moves qi, stops bleeding, disperses swelling, strengthens tendon and bone, dredges and opens the channels and collaterals, relieves pain. Use to heal bone fracture, and for inflammation and swelling during manual bone setting. Also useful for acute bruising or swelling accompanying traumatic sprain. May be helpful in torn or inflamed ligaments, with or without swelling. Analgesic for pains of muscles, joints, bruises, and strains.
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Directions, Ingredients, Contents:
Zheng Gu Shui is useful before or after exercise for soreness and to strengthen tendons. As a trauma liniment, it is applicable for other acute injuries marked by swelling or pain. It is useful as a massage liniment before or after exercise. It may be added to bath water.
Fractures: Gauze, cotton balls or cloth is soaked in the liquid, and applied directly to the fracture for thirty minutes up to two hours. In China, TCM doctors reset the bones every three days, following with wraps soaked in Zheng Gu Shui (or a formula like it) before applying splints.
General instructions: Soak cotton balls with Zheng Gu Shui and apply, wrapping the cotton loosely with gauze. Leave on one hour for upper body, 1 1/2 hours for lower limbs. Shorten the time for children. Do this two times a day until the bone is healed. Do not apply to broken skin or open wounds.
For backache, arthritis, strains, bruises, and sprains, apply 3-4 times per day.
It can be used on all bumps, knocks, bruising, strains, and pulls that most greyhounds, lerchers, and working dogs and horses get.
Zheng Gu Shui is manufactured by Guangxi Yulin Pharmaceutical Co in Guangxi, China. The packaging may be different depending upon the country of import (different countries have different rules about packaging). You can avoid counterfeits by making sure that the manufacturer's name is on the box along with an NDC number somewhere on the box. The ingredient list may also be different on different packages because the manufacturer will not list all ingredients in order to keep the formula secret.
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|Tiglium Wu Ma Xun Cheng ||18%|
|Croton Ji Gu Xiang ||15%|
|Angelica Bai Zhi ||13%|
|Fleminingia Qian Jin Ba ||12%|
|Inula Da Li Wang ||12%|
|Mentha Bo He Nao ||3%|
|Camphora Zhang Nao ||2%|
Screw Cap Top - 100cc bottle (3.4 oz)
Brush Top Applicator - 88cc (3.0 oz)
Spray Top - 60cc bottle (2.0 oz)
For external use only.
Will stain clothing, but stain can be removed with rubbing alcohol.
Certain skin sensitive patients may react to this product: remove in the event of heat or itching so as to avoid a skin reaction. Do not cover with plastic; do not apply to open wounds. Avoid contact with eyes. Do not use with vigorous massage. Wash hands thoroughly after use to avoid rubbing into eyes.
Do not apply to lower abdomen or lumbar spine during pregnancy.
Do not apply to open wounds.
If condition worsens, rash develops, or if symptoms persist for more
than 7 days, or clear up and occur again within a few days, discontinue
use of this product and consult a physician or Traditional Chinese
Keep away from animals and children.
This product has not been evaluated by the FDA. It is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
We highly recommend that you consult with a Traditional Chinese Medical
practitioner or physician before taking any products or if you have any
questions regarding your health.
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