Jow is a concoction from the far east. It’s a magic potion filled with special herbs that are designed by nature to stimulate chi flow. Chi means life.
When life flows to an area in need the healing process is expedited.
There are several different recipes for Jow, most of which are considered to be a “secret formula” passed down through oral and written history of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Martial Arts.
It’s what you have to use if you are trying to achieve Iron Palm.
I first used Jow when I had a grade a sprain of the left ankle. It worked so well I decided it was something to write about.
I was playing pick up basketball with my sneakers tied to loose. We were on a fast break and my teammate threw the pass a little up and behind me. I was forced to stop mid sprint and adjust back to the pass while jumping in the opposite direction. On the come down I landed awkwardly and heard a pop.
The pain was so bad I felt it in my stomach and started to feel light headed.
My friend Matt Fu drove me to the hospital. It was so bad the swelling popped out of my shoe, you could see the knot way above where it was supposed to be. Not a good sign.
I was prepared for the worst, a broken ankle.
Got the x ray and the doctors exact words were, “you tore every ligament and tendon, you’d have been better off breaking the thing.”
Ha. Got my crutches and some Tylenol. I refused to take Vicodin or Oxycontin, those were the pain killers they suggested. That’s how they get you. You go in for a sprained ankle, you leave with a life long addiction.
I’d rather be in pain for a few weeks then a lifetime. Love yourself.
Next thing I did was order some Jow.
Check out the wikipedia page on it: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dit_da_jow
I applied the Jow everyday rubbing it in the clock wise direction. Clock wise represents growth and healing.
I visualized white light energy in my hand healing the sprain.
Two weeks later walked into the doctor for the follow up and he was amazed how quick I had healed.
Told him it was the Jow mixed with a healing hand on the clockwise application.
He laughed and kind of rolled his eyes. When East meets West.
Now I use Jow after marital arts. It is particularly good for rubbing on your joints after getting caught in an arm bar or a leg log.
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