Essential Oils to Improve Tibetans' Health

May 22, 2013

The new hospital and clinic nears completion

Morning at the Monastery
Morning at the Monastery

The monks, who use essential oils for healing, continue to minister to monks that come to them for healing.  The new Tibetan Clinic and Hospital in Dholanji, India that is being constructed adjacent to Menri Monastery is nearing completion.  The healer monks have designed a cabinet with special drawers for their essential oils in their healing room in the new hospital and local Tibetan carpenters are making the cabinet.  This will be a great improvement for everyone as the monks now store their growing stock of essential oils in metal trunks in their small rooms.

The monks and their patients send you blessings and thanks for your kind donations.


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Toc Dunlap

Executive Director
Dearborn, MI United States

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