Poison hand/Tu Sha Zhang?

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   By Enforcer on Tuesday, January 29, 2008 - 08:35 am: Edit Post

"In the combat division, the contests were fierce. Many styles left sorrowful impression on the audience because the representatives of particular styles did not measure up to their competition. Gu Ruzhang fought two fighters. In the first fight, he won easily. In the second fight, Gu Ruzhang was matched with a Bagua Fighter with Cinnabar Sand Palms or Zhu Sha Zhang. He too was a master of Iron Sand Palm and whose palms were red. Hence the name, Cinnabar Iron Sand Palm. Gu Ruzhang's Iron Sand Palm was called Black Sand Palm or Hei Sha Zhang. Naturally, Gu Ruzhang's palms were black. Both Iron Sand Palms are known as Poison Sand Palm or Tu Sha Chang. The training methods for both Cinnabar and Black Iron Sand Palms are similar.

The first stage - Strengthen the palm by striking green peas. This is to numb the nerve endings in the palm. Later, the peas are replaced by or iron chips or iron ball bearing. These iron pellets become imbedded into the flesh.

The second stage - The palms are thrust into hot sand to further strengthen them.

The third stage - Diluted poison is added to the iron pellets. With time, the poison dose is increased slowly in concentration while the body builds immunity towards the poison.

After drilling in each stage, herbs are prepared to nurse the hands to prevent injury. Special herbal liquids are used to reduce swelling and alleviate pain. Sometimes the pain was so great that practitioners would turn to western drugs such as opium and heroin to kill the pain. Herbs also play an important role in the last stage, since herbs prevent the body from absorbing too much of the toxic poison. The difference between the Cinnabar Iron Sand Palm and Black Iron Sand Palm is the type of poison used in the training. As the fighter strikes his opponent, the poison is transferred from the palm into the opponent. The opponent usually dies because of the poison. Many times blisters and welts would developed and would give the appearance of a snakebite. Hence the name, Poison Hand."


   By Tim on Tuesday, January 29, 2008 - 02:34 pm: Edit Post

It seems like just learning to box would be much safer.

   By robert on Saturday, February 02, 2008 - 02:49 pm: Edit Post

i practice alchohol poison fist,

1.first you fill up a bucket with vodka or your alchohol of choice mixed with iron pellets,

2.punch it alot everyday,

3.the consumption of herb is important during this process,

4.during this process your body may feel different due to your body absorbing the alchohol, (some people enjoy this)

5.consume more herb (dont forget to take out the seeds!)

6.now when a guy hits you (since by now your hands will be totally useless) he will not only get drunk as hell, he will also become your friend and share tearful stories of hope life and tragedy.

the end.

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