Evil Bone Water - Zheng Xie Gu Shui



Evil Bone Water, or Zheng Xie Gu Shui, is a herbal topical remedy, crafted with a 500-year-old recipe to support bones and ease various physical ailments.

San Qi (Notoginseng, Pseudo ginseng): Promotes blood circulation, making it valuable for healing injuries and bruises.

Gui Pi (Cinnamon Bark): Relaxing and warming to promote circulation, and support the alleviation of pain and stiffness.

E Zhu (Zedoary Rhizome): This ingredient is valued for its role in promoting the circulation of qi (vital energy) and blood.

Bai Zhu (Atractylodis Macrocephalae Rhizoma): Bai Zhu is known for its anti-inflammatory effects, making it helpful in reducing swelling.

Hu Zhang (Knotweed Rhizome): Used for centuries topically for bruises and injuries.

Bai Nui Dan (Inula Cappa DC): Supports joint health.

Qian Jin Ba (Philippine Flemingia Root) and Huang Qin (Scutellaria Root, Radix Scutellariae Baicalensis): Touted for their anti-inflammatory properties.

Zhang Nao (Camphor): Contributes to circulation and is thought to have analgesic properties.

Bo He Nao (Menthol): Bo He Nao is also thought to have analgesic properties.

Moisten a gauze pad or cotton pad with Evil Bone Water. Apply to the affected area and allow it to absorb for 30-90 minutes. It’s best to limit movement during this time
Zhang Nao (Camphor) Bo He Nao (Menthol) San/Tian Qi (Notoginseng,Pseudoginseng) Ji Gu Xiang (Japanese Knot Weed) Gui Pi (Cinnamon Bark) E Zhu (Zedoary Rhizome, Rhizoma Curcumae) Bai ZhI (Angelica dahurica) Hu Zhang (Knotweed Rhizome) Bai Niu Dan (Inula Cappa DC) Qian Jin Ba (Philippine Flemingia Root) Huang Qin (Scutellaria Root, Radix Scutellariae Baicalensis)
External use only. Always consult a herbal practitioner before incorporating any new herb into your routine. Not suitable for children or pregnancy.

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