Wu Jia Pi medicinal wine home brewing Q and A
Here is a video explaining our process of brewing Wu Jia Pi medicinal wine with our Chinese herbal formula. Rob also shows what it looks like after 3 months, how to drain the herbs, and answers questions related to the homebrewing of Wu Jia Pi herbal wine.
Robert Wulforst is a licensed acupuncturist and herbalist in the US, author of the Taiji Push hands book: "the Root within". Shop the book here:
And the author of the new book: Chinese herbal teas - simple recipes for everyday wellness:
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