Eight Immortals Wu LouThe brass Wu Lou is one of the most significant Feng Shui remedies around. They bring forth good
physical/mental health, and happiness. On this item, you will notice the presence of the 8 Immortals who
came down from the Heavens to help mankind with their great powers. Each Immortal carries an auspicious
object (Wu Lou, Fan, Flute, Sword, etc.) with them, signifying a special aspiration they intend to
fulfill for mankind. There are many uses for a Eight Immortals Wu Lou. Place it in any part of your
home for good health and fortune while it dissolves bad chi. You can place two Wu Lous on both sides of
the bed to heal ailments/sicknesses faster. They can also be used to cure the dreaded Illness Star #2
(for Flying Star Feng Shui practitioners). Many of the younger generation will like to purchase these as
gifts for their elders, to wish them a long and healthy life. A strong dissolver of negative chi around
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