Wu Lou of Life & HealthThe Wu Lou of Life & Health is hollow inside (with a removable top) so that you can put soil from your home inside it to make sure that your home will always be a source of good health. It is tied with a red ribbon to activate and amplify the abilities of the brass made Wu Lou. Works wonders when placed in your Tien Yi Auspicious direction to enhance your health and constitution.
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