Aka: Shih Quan Da Bu Wan, or Ten Complete Great Invigorating Herbs Decoction
The correlation between the name of this quintessential Chi Tonic (Tai Chi Tea) and the martial art known as The Grand Ultimate Fist is by no means coincidental. Reports of its use by Tai Chi’s founder Chang San Feng quite possibly inspired the use of Ten Complete Invigorating Herbs Decoction by many of the style’s acknowledged masters.
Over the years, Shi Quan Da Bu Tang has found favor with martial artists of many different styles, despite the fact that for centuries it had been almost exclusively associated with the practice of Tai Chi Chuan.
In years past, it was not uncommon after a long tiring session of Tai Chi practice for the participants to gather together at the practice halls or teahouses to replenish their lost-energy by drinking herbal tea. It was out of this tradition that the reputation of this legendary tea formula to speed recovery and revitalize the body after a strenuous Tai Chi practice/workout was born.
One of the oldest formulas in Chinese herbal medicine, this rejuveniating decoction is considered the standard prescription for increasing endurance, and speeding recovery time after a strenuous workout.
Tai Chi Tea is available as a raw herb formula or in patented pills. If you decide to use the raw herb formula this prescription can be used in the raw form to make a decoction or medicinal wine, or it may be powdered and used to make pills/capsules or simply added to a smoothie or juice. (Use for 60+ days). 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 instructions when your order is fulfilled.
Long-term use is highly recommended.