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Wu Lou of Life & Health

The 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.
  

Wu Lou of Life & Health



       




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