Updated: Jun 19, 2019
Zheng Xie Gu Shui, also translated as "Evil Bone Water" is a very strong topical Chinese herbal liniment which has been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine for over 500 years for its analgesic properties. Now I know what your thinking, “this sounds pretty interesting, but 'Evil Bone Water'?!” The "evil bone" part translates to any bone pathology - arthritis, sprains, strains, broken bones, etc. Rest assured, the results of this helpful liquid are anything but evil. Here is why.
What Does Zheng Xie Gu Shui Do?
It is an external use only analgesic that promotes good circulation, helps eases pain, decreases inflammation, and strengthens connective tissues. As the name suggests, it helps assist in the healing of bones and can shorten the recovery time of fractures. In fact, if you have this on hand when a bone breaks, you can apply it to the area of unbroken skin to relieve pain immediately until the bone can be set back into place at the hospital.
Evil Bone Water is useful to have on hand, especially for the sports enthusiast or if you are living with one. In fact, it is well known amongst athletes, martial artists, and often prescribed in sports medicine for fractures, bruises, and sprains. But its not just useful for the sports medicine community, it is good for anyone needing pain relief because its rapid, deep-penetrating healing properties also provide relief for chronic muscle and bone issues, such as carpal tunnel syndrome and arthritis. Zheng Xie Gu Shui works fast for elderly patients that bruise easily. It not only heals the bruise quickly, it improves blood circulation to prevent bruises.
What Is In Zheng Xie Gu Shui?
Evil Bone water contains 10 powerful Chinese medicinal herbs including:
· Zhang Nao (Camphor)
· Bo He Nao (Menthol)
· Tien Qi (Pseudoginseng)
· Ji Gu Xiang (Japanese Knot Weed)
· Gui Pi (Cinnamon Bark)
Mostly Used For:
· Insect bites
· Muscle cramps
· Numbing pain
· And more (ask your prescribing physician)
How Do I Use Zheng Xie Gu Shui?
To use, apply the ointment directly onto the skin by using a cotton ball or cotton round twice a day or as prescribed by your prescribing physician. It should NOT be applied on any area of broken skin (such as an open wound), but it can be applied to the surrounding area of the wound. Also, wash hands directly after use.
Cautionary Note: As always, with any product, if any irritation occurs; immediately stop use and consult with your prescribing physician.
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