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Since 1987, more than 1,700 volumes of Tibetan Medicine classics have been salvaged, and 380 new prescriptions have been developed in Gannan.

The pulse of Tibetan medicine 2011-06-01
As a boy, Nyima was shocked the first time he saw his father diagnose an illness by reading someone's pulse.
China strives to develop Tibetan medicine 2011-06-15
The "Decision on supporting development of medicine of Tibet Autonomous Region" was issued by State Administration of Chinese Medicine to boost traditional Tibetan medicine and improve medical system in Tibet Autonomous Region.
Endangered Tibetan medicine successfully cultivated 2008-04-30
Recently, the subject on protecting and standardized planting of podophyllum has been passed by Tibet Science & Technology Bureau after review, inquiry and discussion.
Mystic Tibetan medicine 2005-07-08
13 reporters from net medias visited Tibetan medicine hospital in Doilungdeqen County on July 6.
Sabru Dangsgnas 2005-03-12
[Actions and Indications]: warming the stomach and reduces internal heat, dredge the "silts" vein and arterite, Usedin indyspepcia, loss of appetite, diarrhea etc.
Gurgum Chogbdun 2005-03-12
[Actions and Indications]: Relieves inflammation and fever, pretects liver. Used in hapatomegaly, sounidice, loss of appitite, etc.
Medicinal Herbs 2005-03-12
The Changtang Plateau is the highest spot in the world, featuring a highly frigid climate and a scarcity of oxygen. The plants and animals that are able to survive there boast a high adaptability to their harsh environment. The Four-Volume Medical Code notes that everything in the world can be used as medicine, which holds especially true in this part of the world.
Traditional Tibetan Medicine-Flower of the Snowland 2005-03-12
Tibetan medicine, an important part of the Chinese medical tradition, has been evolving for nearly 3,000 years. During the third century BC, a primitive medical system had existed on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, comprising theories on daily life, food and drink, and health care.
70-flavor pearl, a rare Tibetan medicine 2006-04-30
This rare Tibetan medicine is made of a mixture of coral, mother-of-pearl, carnelian, licorice agate, saffron, musk and other rare natural Tibetan medicinal materials.
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