The essential oils health practitioner in Dolanji continues to use essential oils on Tibetan refugee patients that request it. The oils are particularly effective on wounds, sprains and muscle ailments. Because he now has so many oils, carpenters in the refugee community recently made a special cabinet to hold the essential oils. Having acquired some additional land, the monastery in the Tibetan community is planning on planting some plants in 2009 that can be used to make essential oils. The monastery also plans to plant plants to be used in Tibetan healing generally.
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