🌿 New Product Alert: Introducing Zheng Xie Gu Shui – Evil Bone Water at Acupuncture West London! 🌿

Are you tired of dealing with stubborn pain and inflammation from injuries, sprains, or arthritis? Acupuncture West London has exciting news to share! We are proud to offer a new product derived from the age-old wisdom of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)—Zheng Xie Gu Shui, also known as Evil Bone Water or Bone Setting Liquid.

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🌿 A Time-Honoured Remedy for Pain Relief:

Evil Bone Water (Zheng Xie Gu Shui)
NEW PRODUCT: Evil Bone Water (Zheng Xie Gu Shui)

Evil Bone Water, or Zheng Xie Gu Shui, is a herbal liniment crafted with a 500-year-old TCM recipe formulated to heal broken bones and ease various physical ailments. This remarkable liniment was meticulously developed by Dr Mark Brinson, a renowned acupuncturist and herbalist from Georgia (USA), who sources the highest quality Empirical Chinese herbs to ensure optimal healing properties.

🌡 The Power of Zheng Xie Gu Shui:

Evil Bone Water is revered for its potent analgesic properties, providing effective pain relief for various conditions. It’s the perfect remedy for athletes seeking to heal sports injuries and bruises from intense training sessions. Additionally, its soothing abilities make it ideal for treating inflammation, muscle cramps, insect bites, and even as a mild topical anaesthetic.

🏋 Enhanced Absorption for Maximum Healing:

One of the unique aspects of Evil Bone Water is said to be its ability to change skin permeability, allowing it to quickly penetrate the affected area and draw other beneficial substances along with it. When used with essential oils or in muscle soaks with magnesium, the liniment may enhance the absorption of these healing ingredients, thereby accelerating the recovery process.

🌟 Super Ingredients for Super Healing:

Evil Bone Water is packed with a blend of super ingredients from TCM, each contributing to its remarkable healing abilities:

  1. San Qi (Notoginseng, Pseudo ginseng): This herb is known for its ability to stop bleeding, reduce swelling, and relieve pain. It is particularly effective in promoting blood circulation, making it valuable for healing injuries and bruises.
  2. Gui Pi (Cinnamon Bark): Gui Pi helps to relax the muscles and promote circulation, allowing the liniment to penetrate deeper into the affected area. Its warming properties can also help alleviate pain and stiffness.
  3. E Zhu (Zedoary Rhizome): This ingredient is valued for its pain-relieving properties and its role in promoting the circulation of qi (vital energy) and blood. It is particularly useful in addressing pain caused by injuries and stagnation.
  4. Bai Zhu (Atractylodis Macrocephalae Rhizoma): Bai Zhu is known for its anti-inflammatory effects, making it helpful in reducing swelling and alleviating pain in various conditions, such as sprains and arthritis.
  5. Hu Zhang (Knotweed Rhizome): This herb invigorates the blood, making it beneficial for providing pain relief and facilitating the healing process. It is especially useful in treating bruises and injuries.
  6. Bai Nui Dan (Inula Cappa DC): Bai Nui Dan is recognised for reducing joint pain and dispelling wind and dampness. This makes it valuable in addressing conditions like arthritis and rheumatism.
  7. Qian Jin Ba (Philippine Flemingia Root): Qian Jin Ba strengthens connective tissue and decreases inflammation, making it effective for relieving arthritis and bone pain.
  8. Huang Qin (Scutellaria Root, Radix Scutellariae Baicalensis): Huang Qin possesses potent anti-inflammatory properties, reducing swelling and inflammation in the affected area.
  9. Zhang Nao (Camphor): Zhang Nao acts as a topical analgesic, relieving pain when applied to the skin. It also contributes to improved circulation.
  10. Bo He Nao (Menthol): Bo He Nao is another topical analgesic with cooling effects. It clears heat and allows other herbal ingredients to permeate the skin more effectively.

Each ingredient has been carefully selected for its unique healing properties and the synergistic effects they create when combined in Evil Bone Water. The liniment’s formula is based on centuries of Traditional Chinese Medicine wisdom, and its holistic approach to pain relief and inflammation management makes it an invaluable remedy for athletes, individuals with injuries, and those seeking natural solutions for various ailments.

🌿 Conditions and Issues Benefited by Evil Bone Water:

Evil Bone Water is known to be effective in providing relief for:

  • Sports and accidental injuries
  • Sprains and muscle cramps
  • Insect bites
  • Tick repellant
  • Broken bones
  • Bruises and inflammation
  • Carpal Tunnel syndrome
  • Arthritis pain
  • Mild topical anaesthetic
  • Stops bleeding
  • Prevents Facial Staph
  • Antiviral and Antifungal properties

🚫 Limitations and Contraindications

While Evil Bone Water is a versatile and effective remedy, there are some limitations to keep in mind:

  • It is best suited for surface-level injuries, and its effectiveness decreases with deeper penetration.
  • Avoid using it over the sacrum or abdomen during pregnancy.
  • Please do not wrap the area with plastic, as it may cause blistering.
  • While safe for children, monitor for any signs of irritation, especially when applying to the face.

💡 How to Use Evil Bone Water

Using Evil Bone Water is simple and effective:

  1. Lightly moisten a cotton ball or gauze, or use the spray nozzle to apply it directly to the affected area.
  2. Relief should be noticeable quickly, accompanied by a numbing effect lasting around 45 minutes.
  3. Repeat application 2-4 times a day for maximum benefit.
  4. Avoid applying to open wounds and never ingest the liniment – it’s for topical use only.

🔥 Zheng Xie Gu Shui and Heat

Evil Bone Water (Zheng Xie Gu Shui) is known to work better when used in conjunction with heat. Heat can enhance the liniment’s effectiveness and promote deeper penetration into the affected area, thereby providing increased relief from pain and inflammation.

The liniment’s ability to change skin permeability allows it to be more readily absorbed when warmth is applied. The heat can help dilate the blood vessels and increase blood circulation, facilitating the transportation of the herbal properties to the targeted tissues.

Here are some ways to use Evil Bone Water with heat for improved results:

  1. Hot Compress: Apply the liniment to the affected area and then use a warm compress or hot water bottle wrapped in a cloth to gently apply heat. This can be particularly helpful for joint pain, muscle soreness, and arthritis.
  2. Warm Soak: Add a few drops of Evil Bone Water to warm water and use it as a soak for the affected body parts. This method can be beneficial for soaking sore feet, hands, or other areas experiencing pain.
  3. Heat Packs: After applying the liniment, place a warm heat pack over the treated area. This can help intensify the healing properties and provide extra comfort.

Remember to use caution when applying heat to avoid burns or discomfort. Finding the right balance of heat that works for your specific condition and sensitivity is essential.

Evil Bone Water (Zheng Xie Gu Shui) vs other brands?

The primary difference between Evil Bone Water (Zheng Xie Gu Shui) and other brands of Zheng Gu Shui lies in the specific formulation of the liniment, which can result in variations in the ingredients and their proportions. These differences may lead to varying effects and applications of the liniments. While many Zheng Gu Shui products share common traditional herbal ingredients, the sourcing, preparation, and formulation processes can vary, impacting their efficacy and therapeutic benefits. Let’s explore the details:

Evil Bone Water (Zheng Xie Gu Shui):

  • Evil Bone Water was created by Dr Mark Brinson, an acupuncturist and herbalist from Georgia.
  • The formula is based on a 500-year-old Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) recipe initially intended to heal broken bones.
  • The liniment is made with the highest quality Empirical Chinese herbs for optimal healing.
  • It is known for its analgesic properties, pain relief, and soothing inflammation.
  • Evil Bone Water is rooted in the martial arts tradition of China. It is used to treat bumps and bruises from intense physical training, making it popular among athletes for injury recovery.

Other Brands of Zheng Gu Shui:

  • Various other brands produce their versions of Zheng Gu Shui, each with a unique formulation and ingredients.
  • While they might share some common herbs with Evil Bone Water, the proportions and additional herbs can differ.
  • Other brands might have different applications and indications, targeting specific conditions or injuries.
  • Some brands might focus on a broader spectrum of ailments, while others may specialise in addressing particular types of pain or inflammation.


  • The effectiveness of any Zheng Gu Shui product can be influenced by factors such as the quality and sourcing of the herbs, the extraction process, and the expertise of the manufacturer.
  • Some formulations may use alcohol as a base, while others might use oils or other carriers. The choice of base can impact absorption and skin permeability.
  • Differences in the herbal blend can also lead to variations in the aroma, texture, and overall user experience.

When choosing a Zheng Gu Shui product, it’s essential to consider your specific needs and preferences. While Evil Bone Water is highly regarded for its potency and efficacy, other brands might cater to different preferences or health concerns. Consulting with a qualified TCM practitioner or healthcare professional can help you select the most suitable product based on your requirements. Additionally, follow the instructions provided by the specific product you choose, as application methods and frequency might vary among brands.

📞 Call us now, visit the clinic or check out our online store to get your bottle of Evil Bone Water and embark on a journey of natural healing and well-being!

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  • Yogi Bear

    Been using this for a while and find it really good. So nice to use a natural alternative to steroid creams and other medicated alternatives.

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