Something New! Shaolin Shuang Jin Xue Dan is now available in easy-to-use premade capsules—120 premade capsules for $39.99, which should last the user about 2 weeks. This extremely effective healing 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, a small herb kit (which contains approx. 125 grams and should last about 15 days) or a larger herb kit (which contains approx. 500 grams and should last about 60 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 “add on” buttons.
How to use? The traditional Chinese form of preparation for this formula is the prepare a medicinal wine (yao jiu); although, 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? The 15-day raw herb kit is $39.99, and the cost for a 60-day herb kit is $150.99 ($39.99 + $111.00). For 120 premade Shaolin Shuang Jin Xue Dan capsules the price is $39.99. Please use the above “description” and “add-on” buttons to make your choice.
Sports | Injury Management
Once you’ve finally made up your mind and make a commitment to making this new year the year that you take your training to the next level, the absolute worst thing that could happen after bankruptcy, your wife filing for divorce, or the family dog being run over by a car… is that you suffer an injury!
We can only imagine the number of people who have been sidelined by injuries and during their time off—due to loss of interest, or frustration over the physical challenges required to recover and press forward in their attempt to master their art—either lose sight of their goals or worse, make the decision to throw in the towel and discontinue training altogether.
What we do know, is that how we deal with the pain and suffering that is an inherent part of our training is what separates the men from the boys.
For those dedicated to their art who can accept with a cheerful heart the fact that no matter what style of martial arts you practice we all have our share of injuries, there is one injury management formula that you need to know about.
That formula is the most highly regarded injury management prescription in both martial arts and traditional Chinese medicine—Shaolin Shuang (aka Shaolin Shuang Jin Xue Gu Dan). What’s special about the ancient prescription is its unique ability to accelerate healing of injuries affecting soft tissue (such as: ligaments and tendons, muscle spasms, contusions, bone bruises and dislocation of the joints), which will significantly reduce the amount of training time that’s lost, as well as avoiding unnecessary pain and suffering.
When this formula is taken at the onset of an injury a 40-50% reduction in the time needed to recover and get back on the mat is not uncommon!
Even if you aren’t currently suffering from an injury our suggestion would be to order it and keep it stored in your Koon or Dojo—because if you keep training—fortunately or unfortunately, it’s simply a matter of time…
Whether an injury is acute, chronic, or hasn’t healed properly Shaolin Shuang will escalate healing and get the user back in the game.
Long-term use is recommended… use for approx. 60-90 days to completely heal your injury.
Note: This formula has received nothing but praise by those who use it. What makes this formula so unique is its ability to strengthen the tendons and sinews in addition to promoting expeditious healing when they have been damaged. This is a good formula to use for preventative measures as well as treatment for chronic hard-to-heal injuries. We also recommend those already injured to increase the amounts of stretching they do, practice Tai Chi Chuan, and of course use our herbal supplements to heal the injury.
Shaolin Shuang Jin Xue Gu Dan—Ingredients: White Peony, Scurfy Pea, Cnidium, Angelica, Codonopsitis Root, Eucommia, Drynaria Rhizome, Cinnamon Twigs, Homalomena, Knotty Pine Wood, Astragalus, Mugwort, Chinese Quince, Notoginseng, Rehmannia Prepared, Eupolyphaga Sinensis, Dodder Seeds, Acanthopanax, Dipsacus.