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 Learn more about Fu Medicinals, where tradition meets modern healing. Our exclusive range of topical liniments, rooted in the ancient wisdom of Chinese Kung Fu Martial Arts, offers targeted relief for various pain-based conditions. Each product is meticulously hand-crafted in Oregon, using the highest quality organic ingredients. Fu Medicinals is dedicated to providing natural, solutions targeted to your specific injury.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

What is Fu Medicinals?

Fu Medicinals specializes in topical liniments derived from traditional Chinese Kung Fu recipes, that are targeted for specific injuries and problems.

How are Fu Medicinals products made?

Each product is hand-crafted in small batches in Oregon using organic, locally-sourced ingredients and high-quality Chinese Medicinal Herbs, prepared with traditional methods.

What are the key ingredients in Fu Medicinals products?

Fu Medicinals uses a variety of traditional Chinese herbs such as Mugwort, Mint, Rhubarb Root, Salvia Miltiorrhiza, Chinese Angelica, Clove, Licorice Root, Safflower, Sichuan Pepper, Myrrh, Frankincense, Peach Kernel, and Camphor.

Are Fu Medicinals ingredients safe?

All ingredients are selected for their historical use in traditional Chinese medicine. We ensure they are sourced responsibly and prepared safely, adhering to high-quality standards.

Are there any allergen concerns with Fu Medicinals products?

Our products contain a range of Chinese Herbs. If you have severe allergies to specific herbs, please refer to our full list of ingredients.

  • Ai Ye – Mugwort
  • Bai Zhu – Atractylodes
  • Bo He – Mint
  • Cao Wu – Radix Aconiti
  • Chuan Wu – Radix
  • Aconiti Preparata
  • Da Huang – Rhubarb Root
  • Dan Shen – Salvia Miltiorrhiza
  • Dang Gui Pian – Chinese Angelica Slice
  • Dang Gui Wei – Chinese Angelica Tail
  • Ding Xiang – Clove
  • E Zhu – Zedoary Rhizome
  • Gan Cao – Licorice Root
  • Gan Jiang – Dried Ginger
  • Gu Sui Bu – Drynaria Rhizome
  • Gui Pi – Angelica Root
  • Gui Zhi – Cinnamon Twig
  • Hong Hua – Safflower
  • Hua Jiao – Sichuan Pepper
  • Lu Lu Tong – Liquidambar Resin
  • Mo Yao – Myrrh
  • Rou Gui – Cinnamon Bark
  • Ru Xiang – Frankincense
  • Tao Ren – Peach Kernel
  • Wei Ling Xian – Clematis
  • Xing Ren – Apricot Kernel
  • Xue Jie – Dragon’s Blood
  • Xu Dan
  • Zi Ran Tong – Greenbrier Rhizome
  • Zhang Nao – Camphor
  • Zhi Zi – Gardenia Fruit

What conditions do Fu Medicinals products address?

Our products are designed for specific ailments, including acute injuries, chronic tendon and ligament issues, bone spurs, arthritis, and more.

Which product is best?

Our products are designed for specific ailments, including acute injuries, chronic tendon and ligament issues, bone spurs, arthritis, and more.

PNW Dit Da Jiao Trauma Liniment

Ideal for acute injuries and flare-ups from older injuries, this liniment reduces inflammation, relieves pain, and aids healing by moving stagnant blood and relaxing tissues.

Tendon Mending Jiao

Specially formulated for chronic tendon and ligament injuries, like tendonitis or ligament sprains. Recommended for use before and after activities, but not immediately after a new injury due to its warming properties.

Bone Spur Jiao

Effective for conditions involving bone growths such as spurs and osteoarthritis. It works to reduce inflammation in both soft tissue and bone, potentially preventing further growth and alleviating pain.

Ghost Jiao

A potent liniment for deep-level pain such as bone bruises, fractures, and chronic joint pain, including arthritis. It’s versatile for both acute and chronic conditions, focusing on removing phlegm and inflammation.

Can Fu Medicinals products be used with other treatments?

Yes, they can complement other treatments like acupuncture. However, consult with a healthcare provider for personalized advice.

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PNW Dit Da Jiao Trauma Liniment by fu medicinals

PNW Dit Da Jiao Trauma Liniment

Tendon Mending Jiao by Fu Medicinals

Tendon Mending Jiao

Bone Spur Jiao by Fu Medicinals

Bone Spur Jiao

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