I founded and started Mr. Dit Da Jow after an injury. Usually were all things start out of necessity right. I was recovering slowly from major broken legs and surgery that left me immobilized for over seven months. When I finally started therapy it was slow and recovering from the daily therapy schedule slowed down the progress. Well someone brought me something to try and this person tries all type of homeopathic remedies.
I was reluctant to try it but this person is extremely daunting to say the least. She ended up rubbing it on my knee and I said finally ok. She stayed around and kept coming back and applying more. In a few days the swelling went down even during the therapy period. Needles to say I had to bite my tongue and look at my sister and not knowing what to say, never wanting to say you were right.
I started researching and looking into Dit Da Jow and finding out what it really does and how it does it. In researching you will find a plethora of different types and learn it was more of a Chinese secret. That was actually fairly well guard for something so old. I decided that this can help more if the confusion and secrets are figured out for the masses.
So studied the different formulas and there uses and released what the best effective formula was. Here we are Mr Dit Da Jow a family business, best way to say sis you were right. I am confident the product will work for you; we make it the old way of centuries past. We here at Mr. Dit Da Jow have no illusion of doing it better then the masters who formulated it. But we give a better and more original product than most.
“We want it to better your life”
Dit Da Jow is a popular Chinese liniment sold to heal external damage such as bruises or sore muscles. There are several different recipes for Dit Da Jow, most of which are considered to be a "secret formula" passed down through oral and written history of Traditional Chinese medicine, martial arts, and modern Western science. Although Chinese tradition traces the origins of Chinese medicine to the divine figures Shennong and the Yellow Emperor, who are said to have lived in the early 3rd millennium BCE, the earliest available historical records of Chinese medicine are medical texts dating from the Han Dynasty via several Chinese materia medica.