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Aromatherapy in Tibetan Medicine

Aromatherapy is called fumigation or Dugpa in Tibetan medicine,

This type of therapy is related to the sense of smell. Just like the rest of the senses, it is directly connected to the brain. The molecules of the inhaled substance are transmitted directly to the brain.The mucous membranes of the nasopharynx are capable of absorbing active substances. The nose is connected to the trachea, so the inhaled substances enter the lungs and then into the bloodstream.

During the Dugpa procedure, the patient's body is fumigated with certain medicinal substances, he breathes smoke and feels its smell. Inhaled smoke has a special effect on the vital principle of the Wind.

There are different types of fumigation.

One of the most common - Fumigation for Wind (in Tibetan Lung) - is called Lundug.
Dondug - fumigation for the treatment of gdon diseases. Most often these are diseases associated with the spread of epidemics.
Rimdug - treatment for rims diseases is a common name for colds

Fumigation goes well with Kunye massage and therapeutic baths. Also, the fumigation procedure is used with extremely weakened patients who cannot take medications orally. If it is the Dugpa procedure that is performed, then the patient's head is tilted over the smoke or aroma lamp. You can cover the patient's head with a light blanket.Natural loose Tibetan incense produced mainly in India, Tibet and Nepal, is called Sang. Itimeans that they are intended for fumigation of premises and for Buddhist practice. Most often sangas are made in monasteries. It is used as an offering to spirits and laid in sacred stupas and statues.

Sangs can also be used for therapeutic purposes and for prevention - cleansing the therapist's space and body after seeng patients.

Variety of medicinal incense