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Kung Fu Cha – allt om kinesikt te

From 1976 until his passing in 1999, I was the principle apprentice to Taoist Abbot Huang Gengshi (born 1910). In addition to his training in Taoism, Dr. Huang was an acupuncturist, qigong master, and martial artist. He had been a student of the famed Tiger-Crane Master Lam Sai Wing, who had learned, in turn, from Wong Fei Hong. Dr. Huang was used to hard training and knew how to make the bone strengthening tonic wines as well as the tie da yao liniments necessary to treat martial injuries. But his real secret to health was in the little plastic baggie he carried everywhere he went. If we were having lunch in a restaurant, he would order hot water, then take out his baggie, and add the tea leaves in it to the cup. His favorite tea was a mixture ofpu-erh tea with Chinese dried chrysanthemum flowers. Läs hela inlägget här »

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