Re-leaf provides powerful support for pain, inflammation, sore muscles, menstrual pain, bruises, and external injuries.
Re-leaf is our take on the classic Dit Da Jao style formulas. There are many variations of Dit Da Jao that facilitate different benefits to the body, so we crafted a well rounded version that can be used for a variety of applications, supporting:
- Pain and inflammation
- Sore muscles
- Injury recovery
- Menstrual cramps
- Body aches
- Arthritic conditions
- Sports injury and recovery
- Martial arts training
- Stiffness and flexibility
- Energy blockages
Training and Recovery
Re-leaf is a must have formula if you train in any sport that is physically demanding on the body. Be it martial arts, weight lifting, or bodyweight training, chances are you will get sore and experience the need to quicken the healing and recovery process.
Re-leaf works from the outside in, to first affect the skin, muscles, and fascia. Re-leaf starts by stimulating the Qi on the skin, which brings to the surface blood flow and energy, opening up the physical and energetic channels while increasing the Wei Qi. This increases circulation and supplies the damaged area with fresh blood, nutrients and oxygen, while helping to remove and flush out damaged tissue to prevent fluid stagnation, which can help to prevent bruising, allowing the body to more quickly adapt to your training.
The deeper penetrating quality of this formula not only helps with surface level healing as mentioned above, it has the ability go deeper as your training develops and has the ability to help the connective tissues like the tendons, ligaments, and cartilage. Re-leaf also helps to hydrate muscle tissue, which helps keep the scar tissue flexible.
General Aches and Pains
You don't have to be a martial artist or an athlete to gain benefits from Re-leaf. You can apply Re-leaf for general muscle and joint pain, as well as menstrual cramps or anywhere you feel stiff or tight.
Re-leaf or Muscle Root Balm?
Should I use Re-leaf or Muscle Root Balm? Both are great in regards to supporting aches and pains, and have some similarities and differences.
Muscle Root Balm is good if you prefer a slow release, as it stays present for longer, whereas Re-leaf is more water-based and is far more penetrating and fast-acting in the way that it attaches to the pain receptors.
Both can be used on and off with no issues.
How to Use
Re-leaf is simple to use. Simply pump as much as you require into the palm of your hand. With the other hand, apply to whenever you have pain or injury. Make sure not to use Re-leaf on open wounds, and be careful around the eyes and mouth if you are using on the top of the forehead or temples.
Quantity Per Container: 60ml
Ingredients: Top Secret
Recommended Use: Use as desired
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat or prevent disease.
I initially bought "Re-Leaf" to put in my hiking medical bag, but after a hard workout one day my back muscles were going into a bit of a spasm and so I decided to test this secret ingredient topical cream. Yes! It worked! The cream warmed up, relaxed those muscles, and I was not complaining about those uncomfortable spasms. Looks like I will be getting another bottle!