Ding Zhi Wan is now available in easy-to-use premade capsules—120 premade capsules for $35.99, which should last the user about 2 weeks. This potent herbal prescription is made from “High Grade Chinese Herbs” and is sold in three different forms of use (in dried herb kit, in powdered herb kit, or in premade capsules). When ordering choose from—120 premade capsules, or an herb kit (which contains approx. 300 grams and should last about 30 days); be sure to select how you want your order filled either in dried herb kit, powdered herb kit, or premade capsules by using the above “description” and/or “add on” buttons.
How to use? The preferred method of use is powdered in pill form, dosage will be provided with your order. When powdered it can effectively be used to make pills, capsules, or simply add the powder to juice or a smoothie and drink like you would a power-shake. Or you may purchase it ready-made in capsules.
What’s the cost? for a 15-day premade 120-capsules is $35.99, and the cost for a 30-day herb kit is $44.95 ($35.99 + $8.96). For a powdered 30-day herb kit is $54.95 ($35.99 + $18.96). Please use the above “add-on” button to make your choice.
Ding Zhi Wan | Settle the Emotion Pill—Ingredients: Ginseng, Poria Cocos, Acori Tatarinowii and Polygala.
Aka: Settle the Emotions Pill
If there is one feature of martial training that elevates one’s art beyond physical boundaries and exemplifies its divine qualities, it is the practice of meditation. It doesn’t matter whether it’s called meditation or prayer. The spiritual communion that takes place when the senses are subordinated and the mind is focused has but one purpose, that objective is communication with God. According to ancient teachings, it is through prayer and introspection that knowledge concerning the spirit’s immortality is transmitted. Not coincidentally, these same spiritual invocations also allow martial artists access to universal powers transcendent to physical abilities developed through external training.
An example of empowerment by spiritual deities, the superhuman feats that are a familiar part of martial arts lore are just one example of the manifestation of universal powers that are a direct result of meditation. Additional benefits that are gained through the practice of meditation include the mitigation of aggressive tendencies and the counteraction of fear, as well as the development of extraordinary focal abilities. Although each of the qualities mentioned have unquestionable value in the practice of martial arts, this is secondary to the primary purpose, which is the spiritual development that is the highest expression of Kung Fu. It is well recognized that the psychic abilities advanced as a result of meditation are one of the most important criteria distinguishing higher-level martial artists from those of lesser skill.
In spite of this, not many would argue with the fact that the vast majority of martial artists spend a disproportionate amount of time perfecting fighting techniques compared to time spent meditating and nurturing the spirit. We hope that you will be one of those who realize the wisdom of nurturing the spirit with meditation. If you are, then we highly recommend using the Ding Zhi Wan formula for meditation enhancement.
Although Ding Zhi Wan is primarily used to enhance mediation, occasionally it has been used in preparation for battle. The formula is said to calm pre-combat jitters by subduing the emotions. Its effects are noticeable yet mild, leaving users in complete control of their senses.
This formula must be powdered and made into pills for proper use. If you wish us to powder this formula for you, please check the appropriate box at check-out and there will be a $10.00 powdering fee applied.
We will provide complete step-by-step processing and daily dosage instructions when your order is fulfilled.
Long-term use is recommended.