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Shaolin Zhan Jin Dan | Extend the Sinews Elixir | Injury Management

Shaolin Zhan Jin Dan | Extend the Sinews Elixir | Injury Management
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This herbal prescription comes in one herb kit (which contains approx. 125 grams and should last about 15 days); it is available in either the raw form or powdered.  The preferred method of preparation for this formula is the medicinal wine (yao jiu), although, when powdered it can be used to make pills, capsules, or simply add the powder to juice or a smoothie and drink like you would a power-shake.  Please use the above "Add-on" button to make your choice.



Aka:  Extend the Sinews Elixir

Shaolin Zhan Jin Dan was well known among ancient martial artists for its ability to aid in the healing of strains and tears of the ligaments & tendons.  It is considered especially useful for martial artists practicing styles that require a more rigorous stretching regimen, such as Wu Shu acrobatics, which requires astounding physical agility. Strains and tears of ligaments are likely to occur more frequently in these styles.

This formula is also effective when used long-term to prevent injury.  It will strengthen ligaments and tendons to avoid future injury.

We prefer the traditional approach of powdering the herbs, then mixing a small amount with wine to escalate healing. (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.

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