The essential oils healer at the Yundrung Bon Monastic Centre in Dolanji, India reports that villagers, students and monks continue to come to him for healing, particularly of those ailments which allopathic medicine doesn’t seem to be able to help. Although the healer has a large variety and good stock of many essential oils, usage of the following oils has been high and he has requested the following oils which will be delivered the next time someone travels to India: thymus thujanol, cinnamomum cassia (bark), ledum groenlandicum and cinnamomum zeylanicum or cinnamomum verum (leaf). He also requested two blends. There is good news at the Centre as funding as been received to build a Tibtean Bon teaching hospital in Dolanji. The hospital will have allopathic doctors and traditional Tibetan Bon doctors, who will treat patients as well as teach other practitioners. It is planned for the essential oils healer to have his practice in the hospital as well.
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