Plum Dragon Bruise Juice

In stock
4 fl oz
Help your body recover from aches and pains with Plum Dragon Bruise Juice. This powerful topical cools while it relieves bruising, reduces inflammation, alleviates pain and stiffness, and is commonly used to treat contusions, sports injuries, sprains, strains, and joint pain. A modern variation of the traditional dit da jow liniment, this potent herbal formula is all-natural, non-GMO, and free from parabens, chemicals, camphor, menthol, additives, perfumes, or dyes. Available in 4oz bottles.

Suggested Use: Adults and children 12 years of age & older massage directly into affected joints and muscles 3 times daily for optimal results.

Caution: For external use only. Do not apply to open wounds or cuts, scrapes, broken skin, eyes or mouth at any time. This formula is intended for use in those with a fundamentally strong constitution, as its blood moving action may be too powerful for those with deficient conditions, or who are ill or weak. This formula should not be used by pregnant or nursing women or those with hypermenorrhea (excessive menstrual flow).

Use with caution if you are on anticoagulation or antiplatelet medications as the combination may lead to additive or synergistic effects. Use of this product could potentiate the effect of anticoagulant drugs such as warfarin (Coumadin), heparin, and enoxaparin (Lovenox) and antiplatelet drugs such as aspirin, dipyridamole (Persantine) and clopidogrel (Plavix). These potential interactions have not been documented but are suggested as a precaution to encourage anyone who wishes to use this product to consult their physician if they are taking any of the medications.
Water, alcohol (33-43%), isopropyl alcohol (2-4%), Curcuma zedoaria (zedoary); Sparganium stoloniferum (Bur reed); Typha angustifolia L. (Bulrush); Corydalis; Safflower; Peach seed; Rehmannia glutinosa (Chinese foxglove); Salvia; Angelica Sinensis (Dong Quai); Poria; Boswelia sacra (Frankincense); Hirudu; Commiphora myrrha (Myrrh); Aucklandiae Lappa (Costus); Atractylodes lancea; Gardenia; Rheum palmatum (Chinese rhubarb); Pinellia ternate (Pinellia); Artemesia anomala S.; Paeonia lactiflora Pall. (White Peony); Phytolacca acinosa (Poke root); Mentha haplocalyx (Wild mint)
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