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1  DBMA Martial Arts Forum / Martial Arts Topics / Re: seminar with Guro Terry Crutcher in Carbondale IL on: January 30, 2014, 12:00:33 AM
i live in west paducah KY,i am only 45 min from oyu. i will def. want to make this event.
2  DBMA Martial Arts Forum / Martial Arts Topics / Re: Emergency Tips and Emergency Medicine on: January 28, 2008, 01:26:42 PM
it is not necessarily just for stick .i have many dit da jow formulas, but most could not be used if the skin was scratched or broken. i asked my sifu who is also an herbalist if he had a formula to be used for blunt trauma,with the possibility of a few layers of skin missing,ie; hit from a stick. he used an old taoist formula and added to it to make it specific for blunt trauma with no toxic ingredients so it could be used on weapons injuries. i will be getting crafty some herbs thiis week to brew some up for the dog bros. i will send all brewing instructions, and in 6 weeks he will have some fantastic jow for blunt trauma.
3  DBMA Martial Arts Forum / Martial Arts Topics / Re: Emergency Tips and Emergency Medicine on: January 24, 2008, 12:07:31 AM
good reply foxmarten. there are also good trauma or "hit pills" you can buy in the chinese pharmacy,or as i do make your own.they are to be taken immediatly after the trauma,ie;hits from blunt force. a really good book on  taruma t.c.m. at a basic but very informative level, is "tooth from the tigers mouth" by tom bisio. very well written and includes some good basic formulas you can get filled at the chinese pharmacy. a good friend of mine,that is a ba gua teacher in boston, dale dugas, just gave me a formula specifically for stick fighting,as it can be used even if you have small scratches or weils,that usually accompany hits from sticks. it is completely non toxic but a very good healer of bruises.and blunt trauma. i will be sending some to crafty to brew for the fighters. these are all good posts. we all need to become  emts' in our own right and to some varying extent. it is good to see alot of people on this board really know what they are talking about.
4  DBMA Martial Arts Forum / Martial Arts Topics / Re: Body Cracks to much on: January 23, 2008, 12:10:55 PM
ii am 36 and have alot of the same thing. my neck especially. could be from training but i suspect there is some other underlying cause. i don't think it is anything that would cause harm, maybe more glucosamine and extra virgin olive oil,internally and on the joint directly. in the book "food cures of the bible", there is a whole chapter on e.v.olive oil and uses, and one of the main ones was for the joints,internally and externally. couldn't hurt.
5  DBMA Martial Arts Forum / Martial Arts Topics / Re: new to the board on: January 18, 2008, 03:31:47 PM
it is great. i wish i had time to do more. i don't study all of the disciplines all of the time.gracie jiujitsu is awsome, but i don't study it enough. i am really into the kali, as i fell it is a complete art,ie;weapons,hand 2 hand, cqc,and ground work. my instructor is an instructor under dan inosanto, so i am getting some of the best training around. i get to study kali and muay thai 3 times a week and i do my iron skills at home on a 6 day a week basis. i use the dog bros. dvds' on a daily basis also, "kkk" is the best for me. i have learned soooo much. we routinly refernce dog bros. in class.
6  DBMA Martial Arts Forum / Martial Arts Topics / Re: full contact medicine on: January 17, 2008, 03:53:23 PM
no fear crafty,  am not just throwing herbs together,nor am i a neophite. i have instruction from a chinese herbalist and friend in st. louis. i inherite almost all of my formulas from grounded reputable kung fu masters and practioners.shaolin,white tiger,bagua and a few other systems. i have used these linaments on ,myself and others for years.
7  DBMA Martial Arts Forum / Martial Arts Topics / Re: Emergency Tips and Emergency Medicine on: January 17, 2008, 11:39:06 AM
this is all good stuff. i look at it as i won't be able to see a dr. or emergency room. with all of the new things looming on the horizen, like the "real i.d. card" if oyu do not have this you will not be seen by an emergency room or dr. i think we will have to learn to be our own dr.s' anyway, there is a fantastic burn cream out there called "ching wan hung" it is simmilar to yunan bai yao as in it was developed and kept secret for awhile. the 2 main ingredients are frankinscense and myrhh, 2 very potent and healing herbs,also prophectic if you look deep enpough. i have seen this burn cream help when nothing else would. a friend of mine got brned bu hot,hot coffe on the hand,it swelld,turnde red and blistered. she wet to the hospital,they iced it,gave oral pain killers and silver nitrate.2 days later she showed my, we immedietly putt the ching wan on, and in 4 days no lie it was healed. the old flesh came off and new pink flesh was there. you just keep applying the cream.check it out

http://www.itmonline.org/jintu/chingwan.htm

chinese medicine has almost all of your bases covered. but look out the fad wants all chinese meds. and herbs gone. under the "safety" guise. yet they don't tell you haw many people die evry year from fda approved meds. the new one is "chantix", the stop smoking drug has already caused deaths.
8  DBMA Martial Arts Forum / Martial Arts Topics / full contact medicine on: January 16, 2008, 11:03:29 PM
i study chinese herbs,especially martial and healing formulas. i noticed another post about "quick clot". there is a better and more potent formula available from the chinese herb shop, "yunan bai yao".
 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yunnan_Bai_Yao          http://www.wholehorse.com/forms/Yunnan%20Bai%20Yao%20%20-%20first%20aid.pdf

this is one of the best stop bleeding formulas money can buy.it not only stops bleeding but speeds the healing process dramatically. i  have used it numerous times.
also another big injury is the "hematoma" "goose egg" bruising. most dr.s' will do nothing for this except ice and advil. ice is not to be used on bruises. yes it might slow the swelling,but it also congeals the blood,lymph and chi, causing blood stasis. most usa doctors do not consider bruising to be serious, but the chinese regard bruising as serious and to be dealt with. most will say the cogealed blood will reabsorb into the sytem. if left untreated serious bruises can become just that, and can cause problems later in life. the remedy? dit da jow (fall hit wine). maybe some of you have heard of this. i did not see any post abut it yet, but i could have missed it.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dit_Da_Jow

 i brew my own in, 1gal, 2gal. and 5gal. batches. i train in iron skills, and certain jows are musts in this discipline. i owuld like to offer crafty some free  samples of jow to try for bumps , bruises and even aching sore joints. i hope this helps someone, and if you are interested in samples contact me.
9  DBMA Martial Arts Forum / Martial Arts Topics / new to the board on: January 15, 2008, 12:11:09 PM
hello all, i am new to the board, jusy wanted to introduce. i live in a small town in ky. i train in kali/muay thai/jiujitsu at www.trmaa.com. i also train in traditional kung fu and iron skills specifically, check it, i am the one with hair.
 
 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QSYuOr_zfYw

 i am very happy to be on this site. i have 10 of the dog brothers dvds' wich has help me tremendously. i hope that within the next few years to travel to CA. to get hands on. i look forward to learning a vast amount from the experts on this board, and hope to be able to contribute something worthwhile.
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