April 3, 2011 (Newswire.com) - After a year of testing, Sun Born Natural Products Company has now released the specialized product to the USA consumer market. Previously, Herbal Chi Balm was only sold privately to professional and semi-pro athletes (and a few non-athletes), for relief of pain from physical exertion and minor injury, and also to use as part of their training. According many pro, semi pro, and sports enthusiasts who have used the product, it has the added benefit of improving stamina, balance, focus, and flexibility, giving them an edge in their sport. The balm is being used by world class athletes such as Australian sprinter and record holder Patrick Johnson, and former world Sambo champion and Sambo World Team Coach Grandmaster Jody Perry.
"Sun Born Natural Products took on the product after a year of testing on selected individuals in the private sector. Although Herbal Chi Balm has been used privately for several years, we wanted to evaluate it for ourselves. We tested it for pain relief and as a sports training tool. The results were overwhelmingly positive and we felt that it merited full national distribution. We believe Herbal Chi Balm stands in a class of its own. As expected, many we tested were skeptical, as nothing they tried in the past worked, but after trying it, in nearly every case the product greatly exceeded their expectations." said Roland Ludlow, president of Sun Born Natural Products.
Herbal Chi Balm was invented by Grandmaster Greg Yau who has years of study in physiology, physics, psychology, acupuncture, and Chinese herbs. The proprietary formula was derived by combining ancient science used by the Shaolin temples for 1000's of years, with 21st century technology involving quantum physics that enhances and strengthens the herbs properties.
Grandmaster Yau has been teaching natural wellness to students from all walks of life for over 15 years. His work has been the subject of scientific inquiry and on going research by Peak Achievement Centre located in Australia headed by Mr. Clive Stephens. Grandmaster Yau is currently the founder of the Shaolin School of Health and Self Defense in San Francisco. He was former President and board member of the Foundation for Mind Being Research located in Los Altos, California.