Eagle Claw Liniment

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Eagle Claw Liniment

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A training liniment to help strengthen muscles and tendons and reduce fatigue

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This is an amazing training liniment or liniment for active arms + hands.  It's used in our house before and after climbing at the gym, after days of heavy physical labor, before and after Tuina sessions, and anytime we're using our hands or arms for long periods of time with lots of stress on the muscles and tendons.  This is a great liniment for martial artists, massage therapists, construction workers, musicians, farmers and anyone else who does lots of repetitive movements with their upper body.

Liniments are easy to use and apply and have long shelf life, especially if stored in a cool dark place (like your medicine cabinet!).  I like to spend a couple minutes rubbing the liniment into my muscles, applying *light* pressure with my fingers and a quick back and forth movement.  Once the initial application has been rubbed in, add a bit more and repeat!  You'll find what works for you.

Ingredients:  alcohol extraction of ru xiang (frankincense), mo yao (myrrh), tu bie chong (Eupolyphaga), fang feng (Saposhnikovia rhizome), sheng ma (Cimicifugae rhizoma), chuan xiong (chuan xiong rhizoma), chuan wu (aconiti radix preparata), tao ren (persicae semen), gui zhi (cinnamon twig),  dan nan xing (Arisaema rhizome prepared), xu duan (Dipsaci radix), hong hua (safflower), bai zhi (dahurian angelica root), xue jie (dragon's blood resin), dang gui (tangkui), long gu (fossilized bone), shi chang pu (Acori tatarinowii rhizome), qiang huo (Notopterygium root).  

// This product contains tu bie chong, which is an insect.  If you don't believe in using animals/insects as herbs, please do not purchase this product.  Many thanks!

 

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and are not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure, or prevent any diseases.  The information provided is for educational purposes only.  For health care advice, please consult your Primary Care Physician or other health care professional.