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Alternative Medical Council Orissa
Alternative Medical Council Orissa
(An Autonomous Body for Research
& Development Of Alternative Medicine under Learning Programme)
Natural & Traditional Healing Power
Registered by the Government Regn No-22729/319 of 2007-08
Established under World Health Organization, Alma Ata U.S.S.R declaration 1962,
Recognised by : THE UNITED NATIONS PEACE UNIVERSITY constituted under resolution No. 35/55/5/XII/80
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Tibetan Medicine Tibetan medicine is an ancient, timely healing tradition from Tibet. The Tibetan name is Sowa Rigpa, the science of healing. Over the millennia, Tibetan medicine has evolved into a profound philosophy, psychology, science, and art. Tibetan medicine teaches that the purpose of life is to be happy. This holistic tradition consists of analyzing your unique inborn nature or constitution and making supportive lifestyle choices. Healthy choices promote healing the source of problems and developing health through balance. Tibetan medicine explains the complex relationship between mind, body, and environment, and why the mind is the source of suffering. To be happy, you need to create a healthy mind. By using Tibetan medicine for your self-care and integrative care, you can create a healthy mind, even on your deathbed.


Treatment in Tibetan medicine is individualized and uses multiple modalities, chiefly herbal and mineral-based formulas of pills, powders, decoction, and pastes in combination with advice on diet and lifestyle conditions, mental and spiritual inclinations, and social and environmental factors. In addition, accessory therapies may also be administered as 2 distinct categories: wellness or relaxation therapies and minor invasive interventions. Among many other therapies, the former includes meridian massage, hot and cold fomentation, and medicinal bath, whereas the latter includes moxabustion, venesection, and cupping or vacuum therapies. Moxabustion entails the application and burning of herbs on the skin in relation to various disease-related energy meridians. Venesection involves the application of small cutaneous punctures that “let” impure or diseased blood (ie, blood that exhibits defined characteristics of imbalances in the system that result in illness) at specific disease meridians distinct from those of moxabustion.

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