Die Da Wan Hua Oil is an excellent liniment for injuries where a hardened mass has formed, and is also applied to traumatic swelling, infected burns and open wounds.
There is no alcohol therefore it can be applied to open wounds. It is also called Traumatic Injury Ten-Thousand Flowers Oil. The name may refer to the fact that serveral of the ingredients are flowers (hua), or that there are “thousands” or potential applications.
Invigorates blood, breaks blood stasis, disperses swelling, cools blood, stops bleeding, relieves pain. Use for traumatic injury causing swelling, bruising. Also for septic and necrotic infection following an open wound. Can be applied to fractures, burns, and bruises. Also for torn or inflamed ligaments, with or without swelling.
Swelling & bruising. Heals septic and necrotic infection, fractures, burns, torn/inflamed ligaments. This is an excellent liniment for injuries where a hardened mass has formed, and is also applied to traumatic swelling, infected burns and open wounds.
Apply to cotton, and rub affected area, 2 to 3 x day.
For septic burns, apply to gauze and cover the affected area, 1x day.
Turpentine oil 6%
Camellia (Chinese name for Tsubaki oil) oil, cleistocalyx (Chinese name for Cleistocalyx operculatus) flower, dock (yang ti huang) root, dragon’s blood (xue jie) resin, drynaria (gu sui bu) rhizome, kudzu (ge hua) flower, lacca secretion (zi cao rong), lineate supplejack (Chinese name for Berchemia lineata) root, ragwort (Chinese name for Senecio palmatus), safflower (hong hua) flower, safflower (hong hua) oil, and winter sweet (Chinese name for Calycanthus praecox).