Skin conditioning

A turmeric mix and bath

Inside that pot are fresh green tea, turmeric, and mugwort. The percentage for tea and mugwort is 50/50. Put only a small portion of Turmeric especially if the fowl is still young. Put in water halfway and cook it. After you have cooked it. Use small tower to dip in the hot water and twist out all the water and apply the warm tower to the head, neck, thigh and chest. The trainer works his cocks with this method everyday, 365 days a years. This is the method to reduce the pain of your rooster after a fight. It is also the method to condition the fowl. Fowl that get conditioned with this method show substantial ability to endure pain up to 40 rounds of fighting. The process is different in different stage of development of the cock. Experienced cocker know when to increase tumeric accordingly.

The scientific name is Curcuma longa
Turmeric can be bought in many herbal shops in Viet Nam. Herbal shops in the U.S. might have them also. Tumeric can make the skin of your fowl very hard causing him to lose flexibility so be careful.

Turmeric can be mixed with wine and applied to toughen the frontal skin area of the thigh and chest. If you apply tumeric mixed with wine today, you must wash all of the tumeric the next day. You can not leave turmeric on the fowl over 24 hours.

The scientific name for mugwort is Artemisia vulgaris.
Mugwort is used in all conditions dealing with nervousness, shaking, and insomnia. It is used to help induce menses, especially when combined with cramp bark. It is often used to stimulate the liver and as a digestive aid. Fresh juice from the plant is used to treat poison ivy. It is a common plant that can be found in most health food shops

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