You may consider this formula from the Ni family (Dr.’s Daoshing Ni, Maoshing Ni and Master Hua-Ching Ni) as a possible replacement for BD-213 Circulation and Jade Cream. Avoid using near the eyes! May use in combination with Pain formula.
Ingredients: Menthol, Camphor, Eucalyptus oil, Wintergreen, Fennel oil, Sesame oil.
Warm, stimulate and activate the flow of Chi and blood. Massage gently to provide relief from minor aches and pains.
Other uses: Apply a few drops onto the scalp and tap into the scalp.
Apply under the nose to relieve stuffy nose.
Add a few drops to your bath water for a soothing bath.
Some report using a few drops in tea to help reduce a sore throat.
Massage onto the feet to help relieve tired sore feet.
Disclaimer: In the herbal combinations that are listed the reader must realize that even though western pathological terms are used under commentaries, this does not mean that this site is prescribing herbal medicine. It is only a reference for the further comprehension of the reader. Please consult The Great Tao by Stephen T. Chang. These descriptions are excerpted from Dr. Chang’s translations and syntheses of ancient and current Chinese medical texts. These descriptions are not intended as medical recommendations nor as a substitute for sound medical advice. If you have a health problem, please consult a professional health practitioner. We make no claims about the effectiveness of these products. These descriptions are for educational/informational purposes only. The effectiveness of these formulas are currently unsubstantiated by Western science, whose methods of analysis are not yet applicable to understanding these complex formulas.