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Thorsons principles of Tibetan medicine

Tamdin Sither Bradley

Thorsons principles of Tibetan medicine

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Published by Thorsons in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Medicine, Tibetan

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesPrinciples of Tibetan medicine, Tibetan medicine
    StatementTamdin Sither Bradley.
    SeriesThorsons principles of - series, Thorsons principles series
    The Physical Object
    Pagination197 p. :
    Number of Pages197
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15491943M
    ISBN 100722538707
    OCLC/WorldCa43972043

    Medicinal Plants in Tibetan Medicine Dr. Denis Sandanov Russian Academy of Science, Siberian Branch Institute of General and Experimental Biology, Department of Biologically Active Substances. What is Tibetan Medicine? Or Sowa Rigpa? • It is a science because its principles are. Tibetan medical knowledge is summarized in the rGyud-Bzhi (pronunciation giu shi), the Four Medical Tantras, the basic book of knowledge first formalized in the 7th century, which is still taught today in recognized educational rGyud-Bzhi consists of four volumes: the root tantra, the explanatory tantra, the oral transmission tantra, and the last tantra. Buddhist Medicine now is largely associated with Tibetan Medicine. One of the reasons for that is probably that the tibetans are known to be highly religious people and for most people, when they think of buddhism, they think of the Dalai Lama. pathology, and common treatment approaches to Tibetan Medicine as a whole medical system • Identify specific lifestyle and treatment approaches that may be applied in Traditional Tibetan Medicine to treat metal health problems • Identify three principles of Traditional .


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