“Chicken & Duck Oil” For Good & Quick Healing Of Cuts & Burns, For Stopping Bleeding ASAP, For Minimal Scarring

Chicken N Duck Oil

Hi there, dear friends πŸ˜€

This very useful oil was introduced to me by my late healer friend, when I asked her if she knew of any oil that can heal burns and cuts very well.

She replied, “Use chicken and duck oil – it stops bleeding very quickly and heals the wounds well. I once had such a deep cut on my finger and the bleeding didn’t stop until I applied the chicken duck oil.” In the Chinese Cantonese dialect, she called the oil “Gai Ngap Yau.” I have a bottle of this oil in my kitchen and I can attest to its quick healing qualities – burns did not leave any scars and cuts were not painful at all the following day – when I used this oil (you have to follow application method below.)

Contrary to its weird poultry name, this oil is not made from the oil of chickens and ducks at all, but from some Chinese herbal ingredients. It is the brand that is known as “Chicken and Duck”. The Chinese call it,Β β€œGai Ngap Yau.” The actual name of the oil is “Pak Chow Medicinal Oil.”Β 

People who spend a lot of time in the kitchen prepping food and cooking will know that burns from splattering oil or from the oven, and knife cuts are quite normal. Β It is very important that those kitchen injuries be treated quickly and properly for the wounds to heal well and quickly. For those that work in restaurant kitchens, they would certainly appreciate a good healing oil for their cuts, lacerations and burns, so that their work is not much hindered.Β 

Here is how you use the oil :-

1) whenever you sustain a cut or a burn, quickly run that area under tap water to clean it.Β 

2) pour some Chicken & Duck Oil liberally over the injured area. If it is a burn, gently massage the oil into the flesh.Β 

3) on an adhesive bandage, put some oil on the cloth part of the bandage and put the bandage on the wound.Β 

4) if the injury in on your hands, wear gloves over the bandaged area and continue with your work.Β 

5) IMPORTANT! This step will hasten the healing ===> change your bandage every time it gets wet, or after you showered. Replace with a new adhesive bandage, with some oil applied to the wound and also to the cloth part of the bandage. Leave the bandage on overnight when you sleep. Change to a new bandage the next day.Β 

You will find that the following day after your cut, your wound is no longer painful even it is exposed to water and by the third day, although the cut may not have closed totally yet, there is no pain at all and your cut is healing very well.Β 

Where to buy Chicken & Duck Oil :-

I can’t find any here in the Klang Valley as this oil is produced in Bukit Mertajam, Penang, Malaysia. But you can buy it at any Chinese medicine shop in Penang or in the Northern states. I usually get some friends who are travelling to Penang to buy some for me. It costs around RM5-90 (US$1-50) only per bottle.

In addition to the kitchen, I also have a bottle of this very useful oil in all my bedrooms and in the living room, because this oil is very good for itches, too. We get mosquito bites often here and the oil helps to get rid of the itch from insect bites.Β 

I had even applied this oil on my cat’s half inch cut near her shoulder – there was no fur around that cut and I think she must have sustained the wound at my door grille. Her would healed in two days and her fur grew back! I just applied the oil a few times a day and although she licked it off after the applications, her wound healed quite fast.Β 

I have also used the oil on my Shih Tzu’s wounds that were sustained when he was attacked by a stray dog. The injuries also healed very well and quickly, without leaving any scars.Β 

This “Chicken & Duck” Oil is a must-have item in your first aid kit, and certainly at a quick access location in your kitchen. So, try to get this oil and it will be your “best friend” in the kitchen!Β 

With best wishes,

choesf πŸ˜€Β 



10 Responses so far »

  1. 1

    Theresa said,

    Hi Cheof,

    Thanks for the info. I’ll have another First-aid oil in my kitchen. Now I just have to find someone to help me buy a couple of bottles from Penang.

    I keep a bottle of Nutmeg Mace oil in my kitchen. (Minyak Bunga Pala) – Also an oil produced in Malaysia by Cheong Kim Chuan SDN. BHD.

    This oil is also good for accidental burns in the kitchen. My daughter accidentally poured boiling water onto her hand while making a cup of coffee. The moment she told me about it, I took my bottle of Nutmeg Oil and pour some all over her hand, especially her fingers. The burning pain disappeared within an hour. Although the skin that the hot water got to stayed red for sometime, there was no pain and no blisters. And it left no scare on her hand and fingers




    • 2

      Hi there, Theresa πŸ˜€

      Good to see you here! Thank you for sharing your tip on using Nutmeg Oil for burns, too! I have a bottle of Nutmeg Oil and it is something that I grew up with. But I had only use it for aches and pains. I am glad to know now that it is good for burns, too. πŸ˜‰

      All this Chinese medicinal oils that we grew up with is a dying trend as even my children are not familiar with them unless I teach them about their benefits.

      Take care and do have a lovely week ahead!

      With best wishes,

      choesf πŸ˜€


  2. 3

    Goh Zhi Yang said,

    Hi, sorry to interrupt here… because I do not know how to contact you beside posting it here.
    Do you know where to get the JiaoGuLan plant/seed in malaysia?
    I am from Malacca. Looking for this plant for my parents as they are having high blood pressure problem.


    • 4

      Hi there, Zhi Yang πŸ˜€

      It is okay, you can post here, too. I don’t know where we can find Jiaogulan plants or seeds in Malaysia. My family take the dried teabag form of Jiaogulan.

      Perhaps, you can try Misai Kucing or Sambung Nyawa plants as they are also very good for high blood pressure.

      Have a wonderful long Raya holiday!

      With best wishes,

      choesf πŸ˜€


  3. 7

    James said,

    Any place in USA or anyway to purchase from the USA?
    Thank You


    • 8

      Hi there, dear James πŸ˜€

      I am not sure where in the US or if this medicated oil is available for purchase online. 😳

      It is quite a unique healing oil that I also can’t find in my state as it is only available in the Northern part of Malaysia. I usually ask friends or relatives to buy for me when they visit Penang Island.

      Do have a lovely weekend!

      With best wishes,

      choesf πŸ˜€


  4. 9

    Siewyoong said,

    Hi there, could you please check for me where can get this?many thanks


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