In September, monks returning from the U.S. to the monastery in Dholanji, India brought back many essential oils requested by the essential oils expert and healer at the monastery. He is continuing to treat the monks at the monastery and some lay people in the village.
The healer has requested the following oils, which are planned to be delivered to him in January 2014:
thymus satureoides (high in borneol and carvacrol natural chemical
contents), usually from Morocco. ravintsara (cinnamomum camphora) (high in 1,8-cineol natural chemical content
eucalyptus citriodora citronnellalifera citronnellolifera
helichrysum italicum, and
thymus vulgaris C.T. geraniol
Thank you so much for supporting this project with the Bon in India. Your support is enabling the healer to have the high quality essential oils that he needs and cannot be found in India
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