About Tibetan Medicine Why I chose this path and what are the benefits!

Tibetan medicine is a traditional oriental medicine and the science of deep healing that is over 2000 years old. It was formed as a result of improving the experience of Chinese, ancient Indian and Arabic medicine.

The task of Tibetan doctors is to balance all the systems of the body and the three vital principles of a person: Wind, Bile and Mucus.
(Vata, Pita, Kapha)

• Vata affects’ controls the nervous system.
• Kapha affects’ the lymphatic and endocrine system.
• Pita affects’ the digestive system.
• If one or all doshas are out of balance in a patient, many diseases develop. It is important to balance all three doshas, this will give healing on a deep level.
What diseases does Tibetan medicine treat?

Tibetan medicine treats diseases:

• Respiratory organs — asthma, chronic bronchitis, pneumonia;
• Blood — thrombocytopenia, anemia;
• Heart and blood circulation — hypertension, arrhythmia, angina pectoris, varicose veins;
• Genitourinary system;
• Skeletal system — osteoporosis, arthrosis, arthritis, intervertebral hernia;
• Endocrine system — obesity, diabetes mellitus;
• Digestive system — ulcers, gastritis;
• Pancreatitis, cirrhosis;
• Diseases of the nervous system — insomnia, migraine, consequences of a stroke;
• Various types of allergies;
• Weakening of the immune system;
• Skin diseases, eczema.

Tibetan medicine restores balance by eliminating the very cause of the disease.
What Methods Does Traditional Tibetan Medicine Use?
• Herbal treatment, taking herbal medicines, tinctures, resins, extracts made according to an individual prescription by a Tibetan doctor
• Acupuncture
• Point massage, energy, oil, stone therapy
• Stimulation of biological active points
• Heat and cold treatment
• Water procedures
• Natural medicines
• Body work and alignment
• Changing lifestyle and habits
• Balancing the nervous system
• Meditation breathing practices on a deep level and healing
• Spiritual healing based on the study of sacred texts under the guidance of a mentor

The most important achievement in Tibetan Medicine is the diagnosis of internal organs and all body systems using 64 pulse rhythms

• Tibetan doctor checks the functioning of the organs (using the method of pulse diagnosis). Accurate diagnosis leads to successful treatment.
• The doctor reveals which biologically active points need to be treated. The impact occurs in three ways: strong pressure, acupuncture and moxibustion.
• The medicines used by Tibetan doctors are made from plants, roots, resins, essences and other natural ingredients. These are unique prescriptions.

Basic principles of Tibetan Medicine

• Unique gentle manual therapy techniques
• Thats body as a whole system
• Personalized nutrition, taking into account the individual characteristics of the patient
• The doctor selects food according to the patient’s pulse
• Very specific change made

How is Tibetan medicine different from Western medicine?

  1. Tibetan medicine treats the cause of the disease, not just its consequences
  2. If Western medicine is focused on a specific organ, then Tibetan medicine takes the whole body as a whole
  3. Tibetologists treat non-surgical way

A Tibetan doctor, after graduating from the University, undergoes a year’s training at the Monastery. This makes their knowledge pure and their heart kind.
All actions are aimed at helping people — this is the main goal! Compassion and love for all living beings the basic principle.

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