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Taoist Imperial Elixirs | Will take your training to another level
The art and science of preparing and dispensing drugs known as pharmaceutics, can be traced all the way back to the earliest stages of civilization when primordial man first discovered that by soaking medicinal plants in alcohol, he could create the brew that’s commonly known today as medicinal wine.
Although it’s doubtful that Dr. Neanderthal had any idea what he had unwittingly invented, historians believe that the medicinal wine he created is indeed the world’s oldest known form of medicine.
In spite of advances in pharmaceutics and the development of (less time consuming) modern methods of preparing and administering medicinals like pills, liquid embrocations, and capsules; medicinal wine still ranks among the most popular methods of consumption.
An interesting point worth noting is that in Chinese herbal medicine it’s considered no less than a sacrilege to prepare certain prescriptions by any other method.
Two examples of Taoist “Imperial Elixirs” that fit into this category are Hu Gu Ren Shen and Lu Rong Ren Shen Jiu—which according to traditional guidelines—both must be prepared into a medicinal wine in order for the user to experience the potency and power of these legendary prescriptions.
Even though there are major differences in the two Taoist formulas, what they have in common is their recommended method of preparation.
If you’d like to know what the differences are as far as the therapeutic applications of the two imperial prescriptions:
Hu Gu Ren Shen Jiu is known for its ability to strengthen bones and joints and is highly valued by martial artists who practice styles that use deep stance or do stance work in practices such as standing meditation, and Chi Sao aka “sticking hands.”
Lu Rong Ren Shen Jiu on the other hand, focuses on strengthening immunity and increasing Chi (energy) and strength, and is well known for its ability to increase production of the hormone testosterone—which has a residual effect of invigorating sexual energy that is critical for circulating the vital energy in advanced meditative practices.
Both of these amazing formulas come highly recommended.
To receive the best results from these formulas we suggest you make a choice on “herb quality.” The quality of the herbal ingredients used in these two formulas is of the utmost importance, because of the strong correlation between the effects that are experienced and the quality of the herbs that are used. Although there will be noticeable effects when herbs of average quality are used, optimal results that are significantly more powerful will be experienced when the highest grade of ginseng and deer antler are used in the preparation of these potent elixirs. That is why we prefer using deer antler that is harvested during the rutting or mating season when the hormones are at peak levels with the maximum amount of blood in the cartilage, and combining it with the highest quality of heaven’s grade Korean ginseng. The resulting Jiu (medicinal wine) is no less than incredible!
However, when filling orders for these prescriptions we use an average-grade of ingredients in an attempt to keep the cost down and make it more affordable to a greater number of consumers. On the other hand, for anyone who wants to purchase the “Imperial” version that contains the highest quality herbs, both versions are available on the below links.