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Chi Balm is based on an ancient formula and quantum physics, acting on the cells to release trapped energy that can improve pain relief and energize the body.

Commercial “hot/cold” topical pain relievers don’t act on the source of the pain. They merely create a feeling of hot or cold when applied to the body. It’s thought that this distraction from the sensation of pain is what provides temporary pain relief.

According to Oxford biochemist Andrew Moore, who lead a comprehensive review of all studies on the topic, over the counter sports creams containing salicylates as the main active ingredient are not effective and are, in fact, a waste of money.

In reality, commercial “hot/cold” topical products only mask the problem, without any real healing actually taking place. Additionally, salicylates, and other chemicals in commercial topical products are dangerous and absorb into the body, and can cause severe side effects.

Chi Balm, Pain Relief

Chi Balm is a Shaolin formula that is over a thousand years old combined with modern day physics, creating a very powerful, one of a kind product.

The original Chi Balm formula was handed down by an ancient Kung Fu family, from teacher to student, for generations. It’s ancient formulation produced by modern applied science is the secret behind its power.

The enhanced Chi Balm formula was discovered by Kung Fu and Chi Gung Grandmaster Greg Yau, who has spent years teaching students and teachers the art of wing chun, chi gung and other healing methods using internal acupuncture points and meridians to help balance the body and achieve homeostasis.

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Why Chi Balm ?

Look at the label on nearly all "hot & cold" topical pain relief products and you will find ingredients like methyl salicylate, propyl, butyl, ethyl parabens, and other chemicals not normally found in Nature.

The body absorbs these chemicals, and over time they accumulate in the blood system. Athletes are especially at risk when products of this type are used for sport training on a regular basis, as continual use can lead to high chemical accumulation levels in the body. The associated side effects of high doses are extreme and can affect the lungs and airways, nervous system, heart and blood system, stomach and intestines, kidneys and more. Just a few of a long list of associated problems are low blood sugar, seizures, dizziness, difficult breathing, nausea, convulsions, impaired mental focus, pulmonary edema, breast cancer, infertility, and even death.

According to N.Y. medical examiner spokeswoman, Ellen Borakove, a 17 year old female runner from Notre Dame Academy on Staten Island died after her body absorbed high levels of methyl salicylate, an anti-inflammatory found in sports creams such as, Flexall, Bengay, and Icy-Hot. “The teen accidentally used topical medication to an excess, causing poisons to accumulate in her body over an undetermined amount of time”, said Ms. Borakove.

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“These products are medicines,” says Andrea Leonard-Segal, M.D., Director of FDA’s Division of Nonprescription Clinical Evaluation in the agency’s Center for Drug Evaluation and Research. “Just because they are not in pill form and do not require a doctor’s prescription, does not mean that they cannot cause harm if they’re overused or misused.”

Fortunately, tougher testing standards and increased awareness in sports are creating a paradigm shift by pointing the focus of athletes toward natural products as the first choice for training, and pain relief. Additionally, consumers are becoming more educated and more concerned about the types of products they use on their bodies.

Chi Balm is 100% natural and contains a potent extraction of 20 hot and cold Chinese healing herbs, lavender oil, hydrophilic hemp extract, in a 100% unrefined, pure organic Shea butter base. It is manufactured using a proprietary process and formulation. It is extremely effective, and safe to use.

How Chi Balm Works

Chi Balm is a discovery made by Kung Fu Grandmaster Greg Yau. It is based on an ancient formula coupled with 21st century extraction and manufacturing technologies.

It’s a natural and holistic part of any pain relief therapy for sore muscles, arthritis pain, joint pain, and stiffness due to strenuous activity. It is very effective for recovery from sport injuries. Athletes use it prior to warm up and later during cool down to gain strength and get faster recovery. In the Shaolin tradition it is applied to the torso and body to create a “body armor” to lessen the impact pain of hard contact in sports such as football and martial arts.

We know people are skeptical because they have tried so many things and none have worked effectively. We assure you that Chi Balm is better than anything else you have tried before. In fact, it works so well that it has shocked people who had practically given up on finding some natural pain relief. This is not just a bunch of herbs concocted into a topical cream, but is based on quantum physics, acting on the cells to release trapped energy, effectively causing pain relief and energizing the body.

The body is a complicated structure. As science advances, new discoveries are being made concerning the body’s natural “intrinsic energy” and its effects on our health. More and more new evidence is being gathered to prove that such energy exists. For example, advanced scientific devices can now measure once undetectable magnetic fields associated with the cell’s electrical fields. As these types of studies continue, Western medicine is slowly discovering what Eastern medicine has known for thousands of years, that optimum health is obtained when these energy fields are aligned in perfect harmony.

A good example is found in acupuncture.

Acupuncture works by causing blocked energy to flow normally again. It wasn't many years ago that acupuncture treatment was completely unaccepted by the American Medical Association. Now its benefits are undeniable.

Herbal Chi Balm works on these same principals. It has a restoring effect on the body's natural energy matrix.

Grandmaster Greg Yau states: "The way we make our formulas is the combination of the entire formula, and the way it is prepared. It is not the traditional way Chinese herbs are prepared. We have discovered a new way to prepare herbs in such a way that no other herbal formula has been able to do what ours does."

Our formulas bring the hidden yin, or intrinsic energy, from the inner most aspect of our cells and bring forth to the surface of the body.


Dit Da Jow is a generic name for Chinese liniments sold to help heal external damage such as bruises or sore muscles, providing natural pain relief.

There are several different recipes for Dit Da Jow, most of which are considered to be a "secret formula" passed down through oral and written history of traditional Chinese medicine, martial arts, and modern western science. Although Chinese tradition traces the origins of Chinese medicine to demigods named the Divine Plowman (Sheng Nung) and the Yellow Emperor (Huang Ti), who are said to have lived in the early 3rd millennium B.C., the earliest available historical records of Chinese medicine are medical texts dating from the Han Dynasty via several Chinese Materia Medica.

Dit Da Jow is an analgesic liniment traditionally preferred by martial artists.

Often a martial arts master blended his unique mixture of many aromatic herbs such as myrrh and ginseng, which were combined to stimulate circulation, reduce pain and swelling, and improve healing injuries and wounds from practice and martial arts combat. The tradition became known as “hit medicine”.

All bruise liniment formulas contained ingredients for natural pain relief, to reduce swelling and inflammation and disperse stagnant chi (life force energy) and blood. They are composed of cooling herbs to reduce swelling and inflammation as effectively as ice; and warming herbs to dull pain, promote circulation, and break up bruises which are accumulations of stagnant blood and fluids.

Herbs in the formulas according to traditional Chinese medicine, use “temperature” and “action”, with each herb exhibiting an “energy” that has an effect on the body. Some are cold while others are hot. The overall combination of herbs in a Dit Da Jow formula determines its relative energy.

Warmer jow is more often used in conditioning or chronic injury while cooler jow is more likely to be used for new injuries that may be inflamed. The action of each herb has specific uses. A Dit Da Jow should have one or two primary actions, determined by the herbs which are used in the Dit Da Jow formula.

Most bruises are usually shrugged off by athletes and martial artists as minor injuries that will heal themselves. Over the centuries, Kung Fu practitioners noticed that large bruises or repeated bruising on one area sometimes created accumulations of stagnant qi and blood that could cause serious health problems years later. Trauma liniment was developed to disperse these accumulations and treat injuries, thereby prolonging the soldier/warrior/athlete’s career and health.

Beyond Dit Da Formula

The original Chi-Balm formulation was passed down from the Shaolin Temple to a wealthy family of doctors and scholars. The monks used the formulation to make themselves stronger after injuries and strenuous training. Use of the natural balm for natural pain relief and energy, let them practice martial arts and chi gung exercises every day until they were in their 70’s and 80’s giving them longevity.

The emperor’s physicians spent their lives searching for perfectly balanced natural pain relief and energizing formulas for the royal family and their generals. Martial artists that were herbalists made secret formulas that helped the body recover from injuries and over exertion so fast that it was miraculous. Chi-Balm also uses this secret knowledge of perfectly blending the herbs.

One of the secret herbs is called “Mender of Shattered Bones.” The Chinese believed that the foundation for immortality were strong bones. Having healthy bones is the key for having a good, healthy, active life.

May happiness always be with you!

Chi-Balm Is for Everyone!

Chi-Balm – Instructions

Precautions: As with all herbal products, do not use if you are pregnant. If you have allergies, consult with a doctor before use. If a rash develops, discontinue use. Keep out of eyes.

How to use and apply…

Wash hands thoroughly. Use the back of your thumb nail to scoop out the balm. Place the balm into palm and rub lightly until balm melts. Rub in to desired area.

Increase Energy, Focus, Stamina, and Flexibility:

Spread over the center of the stomach and across the top of your chest with circular motions. Feel the energy! Use deep breathing and posture techniques to fully bring out the body’s natural energy, improve focus, and increase stamina. Herbal Chi Balm can be used anywhere on the external body to activate the body’s natural life force energy (Chi). A typical use is stated above. When used twice a day, once in the morning and once before bedtime, it will encourage optimal flow of the Chi, and create a sense of well-being.

Muscle, Joint, Tendon Discomforts,
Minor Sprains & Arthritis Pain:

Gently rub the balm over the affected area, and then rub the balm deeply into the affected area. Relief is often immediate, but in some instances, it can take longer, depending on the severity of the problem. Continual use will reap positive results. Don’t stop!

Sore muscles, Bruises, Contusions & other minor Injuries:

Apply directly to affected area for pain relief and faster recovery.

Contact Sports

Like martial artists do before competing; apply it to the torso and limbs. It will help numb the pain of body strikes like “body armor”. It will help make you stronger, and will help give you an edge on your competition.

Warm-up and Cool Down: Athletes

Method 1) Apply Herbal Chi Balm on torso and limbs prior to working out, and after showering during cool down. This will improve the flow of the body’s natural energy force (Chi) and will help increase energy, stamina, focus, and flexibility. Also, it will help stop aches, and soreness before it starts, and help reduce recovery time.

Method 2) Apply to the joints prior to activity for flexibility, and to reduce strain.

Note for Pro Athletes: Herbal Chi Balm does not contain any banned substances.

Reduce Wrinkles, Replenish Dry Skin:

Along with its special Chinese herbs and exotic oil, Herbal Chi Balm contains Shea Butter. It will add radiance to your skin, help reduce wrinkles, and is perfect for use on dry skin, and acne. The ultra premium Shea Butter in our balm has many amazing qualities all by itself.


Apply to face and neck before shaving and use immediately after shaving. Get a silky-smooth shave, and add radiance to the skin.


For those who are knowledgeable about acupuncture, Herbal Chi Balm can be gently rubbed on acupuncture points with your fingers. Thus, it can work very similar to acupuncture, without the use of needles. Use gentle finger pressure and massage into the acupuncture point.

About Herbal Chi Balm

Every now and then a product comes along that sets the standard for all that follow. Herbal Chi Balm is that product. It is the best topically applied pain reliever and body energizer on the market today. Additionally, it is a moisturizer, and can heal the worst dried and flaking skin. It is safe to use, even on sensitive areas.

Ingredients: Chi-Balm is 100% natural. It does not contain any additives, chemicals, or animal products.

It consists of a combination of 20 hot and cold Chinese healing herbs, lavender oil, hydrophilic hemp extract, in a 100% unrefined, pure organic Shea Butter base. Prepared by a proprietary method, Herbal Chi Balm is formulated using a recipe from the Shaolin Temples dating back well over 1000 years. Ancient science and 21st technology involving quantum physics were combined to further enhance the herbs properties, creating an extremely powerful product.

Powerful, natural pain relief for all!

Herbal Chi Balm has stopped pain in people who thought there was no hope for any relief. Does it happen instantly? In many cases it does, in others it may take a day, or in very severe cases, more time is needed. What we have found in nearly every case, is the pain was greatly reduced or the problem completely healed over time.

Danger (read labels)

Read the ingredients on name brand pain relief creams. You’ll see methyl salicylate, propyl, ethyl parabens, butyl, and other harsh chemicals. Nearly all name brand pain relievers contain dangerous chemicals. These chemicals are absorbed by the body. The side effects can be severe, such as; low blood sugar, infertility, pulmonary edema, altered mental states, and breast cancer, just to name a few. It is shocking that so many are unaware of these dangers.


Chi-Balm is dedicated to creating awareness in people about the dangers of using commercial creams, and lotions for pain relief that have unnatural, harmful substances in their ingredients.