External Therapies

  • tibetan moxibustion in practice

    External Therapies

    Moxibustion

    Tibetan moxibustion is called Metsa (Me means fire and tsa means to produce) because the heat produced by the fire at one particular point helps the energy to circulate and reduces the pain. It is not at all based on the concept of meridians.

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  • ingredients for horme

    External Therapies

    Horme

    Hor-me therapy is a Tibetan medical and home remedy therapy. It is practiced with simple and effective materials available everywhere. Generally made from warm melted butter or warm oil with, and added ingredients, it can be prepared and practiced in cotton bundles or cotton discs. Hor-me therapy aims at healing Wind disorders (psycho-emotional distress problems), it restores sleep, releases tension, and relaxes the body mind. It is widely used by Tibetan physicians, and especially as a grandmother’s remedy, even in emergency aid therapy.

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    External Therapies

    Tibetan Massage

    Every Medical culture has different methods to solve the human health problems, so does the Tibetan Medicine have many different methods described and practiced for centuries. Among them, Massage (ku-nye (bsku mnye) and phur-nye (‘phur mnye)) is one of the very practical and effective methods to restore the energy and keep the humors in balance. Especially it is an effective method for rlung/wind disorder or psychological originated disorders.

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