Chi Kung Liqueur circulates energy & regulates stress and aids in meditational exercises! “Chi Kung” means “energy work” or “spirit work” involving acupuncture meridian’s, muscle groups, body parts or particular types of energy circulation. The combination of herbs in this formula work on the blood as a tonic to aid in circulation while also acting on the spleen, stomach and liver energy. Ginseng, called the “Immortal Man’s root”, increases vital yang chi energy to help promote good health and long life. Citrus regulates stagnated energy in the spleen and stomach. Dang Gui is a tonic for the blood and helps in circulation. Cyperus regulates stagnated liver energy. Leguminosae (licorice) enters all twelve meridian’s and organs. It is used to help empty the spleen and stomach while helping disperse energy deficiencys in the blood and adds flavor to strong tonic prescriptions. Many are familiar with liqueurs, but believe them to be very complex and even mysterious compounds that are very difficult to prepare. This is, of course, due to the fact that the formulas are of foreign origin and many of them have been kept secret for some time.
Liqueurs, cordials, and bitters are all herbal tinctures. They can be made either by fermenting or extracting. Simple extraction of herbs in grain alcohol is one of the best ways to make a tonic for quick tonification of vital energy. In the Orient, a strong rice wine is used to make tinctures. This type of high proof alcohol is unavailable in the United States. In Europe and the Americas, vodka is the preferred base for making an herbal extraction. Vodka of at least 80 proof is a clear, clean grain alcohol that is neutral to the energy of the herbs and it does not hide the aroma or taste of the herbal tincture. Ingredients: Ginseng, Citrus, Dang Gui, Cyperus, Licorice.