Hand Made Bamboo Flutes (Pair)The Feng Shui Blonde Bamboo/Cane flutes are used as a form of defence against shar chi created from hidden poison arrows. A great solution against overhead beams and wall protrusions. The bamboo itself is known create strength and solidarity against many forms of agression. You will get TWO bamboo flutes. If you are using them as a remedy, you should be using them in a pair. These flutes were hand crafted in Myanmar, Yangon Province. The solidarity and strength of the bamboo flutes are said to withstand even the worst and most aggressive of shar chi created.
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