Eight Immortals AmuletThe Eight Immortals Dragon Amulet is a very auspicious item to have as you are ensured 8 types of blessings. Each respective 8 Immortals' auspicious instruments are engraved and bring about a different blessing. From Zhang Guo's Peach of Immortality to Han Xiang's Flute of Harmony to Uncle Cao's Jade Tablet of Progress, this is simply a must to have. The finely detailed dragon further strengthens this amulet with protection from bad luck and those with evil intentions.
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