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Tibetan Medicinal Plants
Tibetan Medicinal Plants
Description
About the Author

Dr. Tenzin Dakpa was born in Lhatse Dzong, Central Tibet, in 1962. He hardly had an opportunity to go to school as his family was labeled as a ‘black hat’ by the Chinese. Dr Dakpa learned to read and write Tibetan while working in farms.

In 1981 he escaped into India, where he later joined Tibetan Medical and Astrological Institute (TMAI). After completing five years study of traditional Tibetan medicine in 1947, Dr dakpa became as the resident doctor at the branch clinic in Zanskar, Ladakh.

In 1991, along with late Trogawa Rinpoche, Dr Dakpa established Chakpori Memorial College and became a lecturer there. He rejoined Tibetan Medical and Astrological Institute in 1995 where he was made the resident doctor at their branch clinic in Holland. He was a professor of Tibetan medicine at the College of Tibetan Medicine and Astrology in TMAI, Dharamshala, from 2002 to 2004. His previous title was Benefits of Tibetan Herbal Pills. Dr. Dakpa has now settled in Canada.

Foreword

Tibetan medicine, which follows the principle of service to others, is one of the ‘five major sciences’ of Tibet. It is this seminal branch of science that all human beings depend upon to fulfil their desire to maintain healthy life, to be free from diseases and to prolong their lives. This healing system is essential and beneficial in any society and is relevant at any time in history.

The Tibetan science of healing has four major methods to treat a disease that a physician recognizes. Amongst these the ingredients needed to compound medicines - including medicinal plants - are the most important. The principle texts and tantras of Tibetan medicine have codified these medicinal plants, their tastes, therapeutic values and methods to compound herbal pills from them.

It is important that the objective of any book on medicinal plants should be to recognize herbs and their curative values to the same standards as the traditional source texts. In keeping with such an ideal, Dr Tenzin Dakpa has brought out a new title called Tibetan Medicinal Plants: An Illustrated Guide to Identification and Practical Use, which I feel is an important work on this subject. It is without doubt that this book will be of immense value to those who have an interest in learning and carrying out research into Tibetan medicinal plants. I compliment Dr. Tenzin Dakpa on this exemplary work and hope that in future he will continue to do more research in this field.

Back of the Book

This book, containing nearly three hundred medicinal plants, was compiled based on a wealth of botanic and medical references, so that ordinary people can easily identify and use them in their daily lives. Avoiding technical complexities, each plant is identified and presented in seven sections.

Tibetan Name
Botanical Name
Locations
Parts of the Plant Used
Collection Time and After Treatment
Taste and Potency, and
Medicinal Value.

“Dr. Tenzin Dakpa’s new title Tibetan Medicinal Plants: An Illustrated Guide to Identification and Practical Use is an important work. It is without doubt that this book will be of immense value to those who have an interest to learn and do research in Tibetan medicinal plants.”

Content

Ka.ko.la2
Kanda Ka.ri (Karpo)3
Kanda Ka.ri (Muk.po)4
Kan.da Ka.ri or Tak.tser5
Ku.sha6
Ku.shu7
Ko.ji.la8
Kon.pa Gab.kye9
Kyang.shok.pa10
Kyu.ru.ra11
Kyer.pa Kar.po12
Kyer.pa Nag.po13
Ta.zang14
Lu.due Dorje.chok15
Lu.due Dorje.Men.pa16
Kham.bu17
Khu.juk.pa18
Khu.juk.Tsa.jang19
Khur.mang20
Trag.trog.pa21
Khen.kar22
Khal.ma Zho.sha (Marpo)24
Khal.zho (Karpo)25
Ga.dur Chok or Kong.li26
Ga.bur.shing27
Gu.gul28
Ga.dra29
Ghan.da Bha.ta30
Gur.tik31
Go.nyod32
Dro33
Dru.gu Re.na34
Gyatik or Tikta35
Gya.poe Ser.po36
Gya.men37
Gya.men (Rig.zhen)38
Gya.sho39
Gyu.ti Ser.po40
Ga.kya41
Ga.tik Muk.po42
Ga.tik Tra.po43
Ga.muk44
Ga.ser45
Gudue Serpo Chok46
Gog.kya47
Gok.pa Ruk.pa48
Dokar Shing or Dowa Shing49
Gog.tse Phowari50
Don.shing51
La.gang Men.pa52
La.wa Sad.ma53
Ngo.ga Sha.la Yu.ring54
Ngo.ga Chung.wa55
Ngo.do.shang.tse56
Ngo.do.shang.tse (Rig.zhen)56
Ngo.ta.pak (Karpo)57
Ngo.ta.mik58
Ngo.ta.mik. (Rig.zhen)59
Ngo.duk Mo.nyung60
Ngo.tin Lo.ma Che.wa61
Ngo.tin Lo.ma.Chung.wa62
Ngon.bu.chok63
Ngul.tik64
Cha.wa65
Chak.tik Kar.po66
Chak.tik Ra.go.ma67
Che.tsa68
Chhu.ma.tsi or Chum.kar69
Chhu.ma.tsi (Rig.zhen)70
Chhu.tsa71
Chu.rug Bal.lak72
Ja.shang Wang.chuk73
Ja.shing74
Jib.tsi Kar.po75
Jib.tsi Chen.po76
Nyi.ma Me.tok77
Nyung.ma78
Nye.shing79
Nya.lo80
Nyan.thub.pa81
Tang.kun Nag.po82
Tak.ngu (Chen.zig Tak.ngu)83
Tak.ngu (Jam.yang Tak.ngu)84
Tak.mai Me.tok Mar.po85
Tak.zik Me.tok86
Tar.ka87
Tar.bu88
Tong.zil89
Tha.ram90
Tha.tin91
Thang.trom Nag.po92
Thankg.trom Lang.thang.tse93
Thal.ka Dor.je94
Thar.nu95
Dhatik96
Dha.wa97
Dha.wa (Rig.zhen)97
Dha.wa98
Dha.li99
Dha.li Nak.po100
Dhan.tra101
Dhuk.mo Nyung102
Dhuk.zer103
Dhong.ga104
Dha.du.ra105
Dum.bu Re.ral106
Dre.ma (Pho.dre)107
Dam.bu Ka.ra108
Dog.den or Pho.cham Ha.lo Kar.po.109
Nad.ma.noon.ma110
Nad.ma Jar.ma111
Ne.ma Yulo112
Ney113
Nim.pa114
Neu115
Pa.yak Tsa.wa116
Pe.ma Ge.sar117
Pe.ma118
Par.pa.ta119
Pi.pi.ling120
Pu.shel.tse121
pa.tum122
Pang.gyen Kar.po123
Pang.gyen Ngon.po124
Pang.tsi Do.po125
Pang.tsen Pu.ru126
Pang.ram or Ram.bu127
Pen.ma Kar.po128
Pen.ma Nag.po129
Chang.tse Kar.po130
Chang.tser Nag.po131
Ta.god132
Ta.yung133
Tu.kar134
Tu.nag135
Pa.wo Kar.po136
Phur.nag137
Phang.ma138
Ba.lang Cha.wa139
Ba.tu140
Ba.ru.ra141
Ba.sha.ka142
Bil.wa143
Be.jang Re.ral144
Bong.kar145
Bong.kar or Zur.lug Bong.kar146
Bong.nga Nag.po or Tsan.dug147
Ja.god.poe147
Ja.kang148
Ja.god Sug.pa149
Ja.god Sug.pa150
Jar.pen Chu.tsi or Dug.nyung
Mar.po151
Ja.rok Nyung.ma152
Ji.na.sa153
Ji.tser154
Ji.sung155
Ji.ruk (Nag.po)156
Ji.ruk (Ser.po)157
Jiu.tar.ka.chok158
Dra.wo (Kar.po)159
Dra.wo Nag.po or Ma.tab Dra.wo.160
Dra.ma161
Dak.poe162
Dak.poe (Rig.zhen)163
Dre.ga164
Wang.lak (Mar.po)165
Wang.lak (Kar.po)165
Bu.su.hang166
Yi.mong Kar.po167
Yi.mong Tra.wo168
Di.ta Sa.dzin.chok169
Di.ta Sa.dzin Men.pa170
Di.mog171
Jar.pa or Yar.pa172
Drul.shag173
Mo.cham (Mo.cham Ha.lo Mar.po)174
Ma.ning Cham.pa or Bod.cham175
Ma.nu or Ma.nu.pa.ta176
Ma.mo.pai.lo.tok177
Ming.chen Nag.po178
Ming.chen Ser.po179
Me.tok Lang.na180
Me.tok Look.mik181
Me.tok Look.chung182
Mon.cha.ra183
Mon.ne Marpo184
Nyak.shey Che.pai Mar.shey185
Nyu.ngon Tsi.wa186
Tsam.pa.ka187
Tsong188
Tsa.tre.chok189
Tsa.du190
Tsa.ma.dong191
Tsa.ma.dong (Rig.zhen)192
Tsa.ram.pa193
Tsa.a.wa194
Tse.god196
Tsod197
Tshan.au.tsi198
Tshan.mar (So.lo Marpo)199
Tshar.bong200
Tshe.ngon201
Tshar.leb202
Tshe.dum203
Dza.ti.ka204
Zimbu205
Zhim.thik Kar.po206
Zhim.thik Nag.po207
Zhim.thik Sang.gye Chu.jib208
Zhu.khen209
Za.trum210
Zang.tik211
Zang.tik Da.wai Chag.tik212
Zang.tsi Kar.po213
Zur.lug Nyi.wa214
Zur.lug Chab.dren215
Za.due Gogu216
Wusu217
Wom.bu218
Wom.bu Chung.wa219
Wol.mo.se220
Yu.gu.shing Nag.po221
Yu.gu.shing Nag.po (Rig-zhen)222
Yu. Mo Diwu.jin223
Yo.bok224
Yer.shing.pa225
Ra.nye226
Ri.sho227
Ru.ta228
Ladakh Kas.tu.ri.kam229
La La.phue230
La.phug231
Lug.ngal Karpo232
Lug.ngal Serpo233
Lug.ru Mar.po234
Lug.ru Ser.po235
Lug.sho236
Luk.tong237
Li.ga.dur238
Li.shi239
Shang.dril Ser.po240
Shing.tsha241
Shu.dak Nag.po242
Shu.mo.sa243
Shug.pa Tser.chen244
Sho.mang245
Salu Jang.pa246
Sug.pa Lug.sug247
Sugmel248
Se.wa Dri.den249
Se.wai Me.tok (Rig-zhen)250
Sin.dru251
Se.goe252
Se.goe (Rig.zhen)253
Seng.deng254
So.ma.ra.dza255
Sog.ka.pa256
Sad.ngon257
Sin.shing Ne.mai Dre.bu258
Sub.ka259
Le.tre260
So.ma Nag.po261
Solo Sug.dra262
Ser.gyi Phud.bu263
Ser.gyi Me.tok264
Ser.tik265
Ser.je Yug.pa or Yug.pai Ser.je266
Hong.len.chok267
Hong.len Men.pa268
Lha.shug269
Abhi.sha Men.pa270
Aru.ra271
A.dree272
Upal Ngon.po273
Upal Ser.po274
Upal Mar.po275
Index276

Tibetan Medicinal Plants

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About the Author

Dr. Tenzin Dakpa was born in Lhatse Dzong, Central Tibet, in 1962. He hardly had an opportunity to go to school as his family was labeled as a ‘black hat’ by the Chinese. Dr Dakpa learned to read and write Tibetan while working in farms.

In 1981 he escaped into India, where he later joined Tibetan Medical and Astrological Institute (TMAI). After completing five years study of traditional Tibetan medicine in 1947, Dr dakpa became as the resident doctor at the branch clinic in Zanskar, Ladakh.

In 1991, along with late Trogawa Rinpoche, Dr Dakpa established Chakpori Memorial College and became a lecturer there. He rejoined Tibetan Medical and Astrological Institute in 1995 where he was made the resident doctor at their branch clinic in Holland. He was a professor of Tibetan medicine at the College of Tibetan Medicine and Astrology in TMAI, Dharamshala, from 2002 to 2004. His previous title was Benefits of Tibetan Herbal Pills. Dr. Dakpa has now settled in Canada.

Foreword

Tibetan medicine, which follows the principle of service to others, is one of the ‘five major sciences’ of Tibet. It is this seminal branch of science that all human beings depend upon to fulfil their desire to maintain healthy life, to be free from diseases and to prolong their lives. This healing system is essential and beneficial in any society and is relevant at any time in history.

The Tibetan science of healing has four major methods to treat a disease that a physician recognizes. Amongst these the ingredients needed to compound medicines - including medicinal plants - are the most important. The principle texts and tantras of Tibetan medicine have codified these medicinal plants, their tastes, therapeutic values and methods to compound herbal pills from them.

It is important that the objective of any book on medicinal plants should be to recognize herbs and their curative values to the same standards as the traditional source texts. In keeping with such an ideal, Dr Tenzin Dakpa has brought out a new title called Tibetan Medicinal Plants: An Illustrated Guide to Identification and Practical Use, which I feel is an important work on this subject. It is without doubt that this book will be of immense value to those who have an interest in learning and carrying out research into Tibetan medicinal plants. I compliment Dr. Tenzin Dakpa on this exemplary work and hope that in future he will continue to do more research in this field.

Back of the Book

This book, containing nearly three hundred medicinal plants, was compiled based on a wealth of botanic and medical references, so that ordinary people can easily identify and use them in their daily lives. Avoiding technical complexities, each plant is identified and presented in seven sections.

Tibetan Name
Botanical Name
Locations
Parts of the Plant Used
Collection Time and After Treatment
Taste and Potency, and
Medicinal Value.

“Dr. Tenzin Dakpa’s new title Tibetan Medicinal Plants: An Illustrated Guide to Identification and Practical Use is an important work. It is without doubt that this book will be of immense value to those who have an interest to learn and do research in Tibetan medicinal plants.”

Content

Ka.ko.la2
Kanda Ka.ri (Karpo)3
Kanda Ka.ri (Muk.po)4
Kan.da Ka.ri or Tak.tser5
Ku.sha6
Ku.shu7
Ko.ji.la8
Kon.pa Gab.kye9
Kyang.shok.pa10
Kyu.ru.ra11
Kyer.pa Kar.po12
Kyer.pa Nag.po13
Ta.zang14
Lu.due Dorje.chok15
Lu.due Dorje.Men.pa16
Kham.bu17
Khu.juk.pa18
Khu.juk.Tsa.jang19
Khur.mang20
Trag.trog.pa21
Khen.kar22
Khal.ma Zho.sha (Marpo)24
Khal.zho (Karpo)25
Ga.dur Chok or Kong.li26
Ga.bur.shing27
Gu.gul28
Ga.dra29
Ghan.da Bha.ta30
Gur.tik31
Go.nyod32
Dro33
Dru.gu Re.na34
Gyatik or Tikta35
Gya.poe Ser.po36
Gya.men37
Gya.men (Rig.zhen)38
Gya.sho39
Gyu.ti Ser.po40
Ga.kya41
Ga.tik Muk.po42
Ga.tik Tra.po43
Ga.muk44
Ga.ser45
Gudue Serpo Chok46
Gog.kya47
Gok.pa Ruk.pa48
Dokar Shing or Dowa Shing49
Gog.tse Phowari50
Don.shing51
La.gang Men.pa52
La.wa Sad.ma53
Ngo.ga Sha.la Yu.ring54
Ngo.ga Chung.wa55
Ngo.do.shang.tse56
Ngo.do.shang.tse (Rig.zhen)56
Ngo.ta.pak (Karpo)57
Ngo.ta.mik58
Ngo.ta.mik. (Rig.zhen)59
Ngo.duk Mo.nyung60
Ngo.tin Lo.ma Che.wa61
Ngo.tin Lo.ma.Chung.wa62
Ngon.bu.chok63
Ngul.tik64
Cha.wa65
Chak.tik Kar.po66
Chak.tik Ra.go.ma67
Che.tsa68
Chhu.ma.tsi or Chum.kar69
Chhu.ma.tsi (Rig.zhen)70
Chhu.tsa71
Chu.rug Bal.lak72
Ja.shang Wang.chuk73
Ja.shing74
Jib.tsi Kar.po75
Jib.tsi Chen.po76
Nyi.ma Me.tok77
Nyung.ma78
Nye.shing79
Nya.lo80
Nyan.thub.pa81
Tang.kun Nag.po82
Tak.ngu (Chen.zig Tak.ngu)83
Tak.ngu (Jam.yang Tak.ngu)84
Tak.mai Me.tok Mar.po85
Tak.zik Me.tok86
Tar.ka87
Tar.bu88
Tong.zil89
Tha.ram90
Tha.tin91
Thang.trom Nag.po92
Thankg.trom Lang.thang.tse93
Thal.ka Dor.je94
Thar.nu95
Dhatik96
Dha.wa97
Dha.wa (Rig.zhen)97
Dha.wa98
Dha.li99
Dha.li Nak.po100
Dhan.tra101
Dhuk.mo Nyung102
Dhuk.zer103
Dhong.ga104
Dha.du.ra105
Dum.bu Re.ral106
Dre.ma (Pho.dre)107
Dam.bu Ka.ra108
Dog.den or Pho.cham Ha.lo Kar.po.109
Nad.ma.noon.ma110
Nad.ma Jar.ma111
Ne.ma Yulo112
Ney113
Nim.pa114
Neu115
Pa.yak Tsa.wa116
Pe.ma Ge.sar117
Pe.ma118
Par.pa.ta119
Pi.pi.ling120
Pu.shel.tse121
pa.tum122
Pang.gyen Kar.po123
Pang.gyen Ngon.po124
Pang.tsi Do.po125
Pang.tsen Pu.ru126
Pang.ram or Ram.bu127
Pen.ma Kar.po128
Pen.ma Nag.po129
Chang.tse Kar.po130
Chang.tser Nag.po131
Ta.god132
Ta.yung133
Tu.kar134
Tu.nag135
Pa.wo Kar.po136
Phur.nag137
Phang.ma138
Ba.lang Cha.wa139
Ba.tu140
Ba.ru.ra141
Ba.sha.ka142
Bil.wa143
Be.jang Re.ral144
Bong.kar145
Bong.kar or Zur.lug Bong.kar146
Bong.nga Nag.po or Tsan.dug147
Ja.god.poe147
Ja.kang148
Ja.god Sug.pa149
Ja.god Sug.pa150
Jar.pen Chu.tsi or Dug.nyung
Mar.po151
Ja.rok Nyung.ma152
Ji.na.sa153
Ji.tser154
Ji.sung155
Ji.ruk (Nag.po)156
Ji.ruk (Ser.po)157
Jiu.tar.ka.chok158
Dra.wo (Kar.po)159
Dra.wo Nag.po or Ma.tab Dra.wo.160
Dra.ma161
Dak.poe162
Dak.poe (Rig.zhen)163
Dre.ga164
Wang.lak (Mar.po)165
Wang.lak (Kar.po)165
Bu.su.hang166
Yi.mong Kar.po167
Yi.mong Tra.wo168
Di.ta Sa.dzin.chok169
Di.ta Sa.dzin Men.pa170
Di.mog171
Jar.pa or Yar.pa172
Drul.shag173
Mo.cham (Mo.cham Ha.lo Mar.po)174
Ma.ning Cham.pa or Bod.cham175
Ma.nu or Ma.nu.pa.ta176
Ma.mo.pai.lo.tok177
Ming.chen Nag.po178
Ming.chen Ser.po179
Me.tok Lang.na180
Me.tok Look.mik181
Me.tok Look.chung182
Mon.cha.ra183
Mon.ne Marpo184
Nyak.shey Che.pai Mar.shey185
Nyu.ngon Tsi.wa186
Tsam.pa.ka187
Tsong188
Tsa.tre.chok189
Tsa.du190
Tsa.ma.dong191
Tsa.ma.dong (Rig.zhen)192
Tsa.ram.pa193
Tsa.a.wa194
Tse.god196
Tsod197
Tshan.au.tsi198
Tshan.mar (So.lo Marpo)199
Tshar.bong200
Tshe.ngon201
Tshar.leb202
Tshe.dum203
Dza.ti.ka204
Zimbu205
Zhim.thik Kar.po206
Zhim.thik Nag.po207
Zhim.thik Sang.gye Chu.jib208
Zhu.khen209
Za.trum210
Zang.tik211
Zang.tik Da.wai Chag.tik212
Zang.tsi Kar.po213
Zur.lug Nyi.wa214
Zur.lug Chab.dren215
Za.due Gogu216
Wusu217
Wom.bu218
Wom.bu Chung.wa219
Wol.mo.se220
Yu.gu.shing Nag.po221
Yu.gu.shing Nag.po (Rig-zhen)222
Yu. Mo Diwu.jin223
Yo.bok224
Yer.shing.pa225
Ra.nye226
Ri.sho227
Ru.ta228
Ladakh Kas.tu.ri.kam229
La La.phue230
La.phug231
Lug.ngal Karpo232
Lug.ngal Serpo233
Lug.ru Mar.po234
Lug.ru Ser.po235
Lug.sho236
Luk.tong237
Li.ga.dur238
Li.shi239
Shang.dril Ser.po240
Shing.tsha241
Shu.dak Nag.po242
Shu.mo.sa243
Shug.pa Tser.chen244
Sho.mang245
Salu Jang.pa246
Sug.pa Lug.sug247
Sugmel248
Se.wa Dri.den249
Se.wai Me.tok (Rig-zhen)250
Sin.dru251
Se.goe252
Se.goe (Rig.zhen)253
Seng.deng254
So.ma.ra.dza255
Sog.ka.pa256
Sad.ngon257
Sin.shing Ne.mai Dre.bu258
Sub.ka259
Le.tre260
So.ma Nag.po261
Solo Sug.dra262
Ser.gyi Phud.bu263
Ser.gyi Me.tok264
Ser.tik265
Ser.je Yug.pa or Yug.pai Ser.je266
Hong.len.chok267
Hong.len Men.pa268
Lha.shug269
Abhi.sha Men.pa270
Aru.ra271
A.dree272
Upal Ngon.po273
Upal Ser.po274
Upal Mar.po275
Index276
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Exotic India you are great! It's my third order and i'm very pleased with you. I'm intrested in Yoga,Meditation,Vedanta ,Upanishads,so,i'm naturally happy i found many rare titles in your unique garden! Thanks!!!
Fotis, Greece
I've just received the shawl and love it already!! Thank you so much,
Ina, Germany
The books arrived today and I have to congratulate you on such a WONDERFUL packing job! I have never, ever, received such beautifully and carefully packed items from India in all my years of ordering. Each and every book arrived in perfect shape--thanks to the extreme care you all took in double-boxing them and using very strong boxes. (Oh how I wished that other businesses in India would learn to do the same! You won't believe what some items have looked like when they've arrived!) Again, thank you very much. And rest assured that I will soon order more books. And I will also let everyone that I know, at every opportunity, how great your business and service has been for me. Truly very appreciated, Namaste.
B. Werts, USA
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Laure, France
Thank you! As always, I can count on Exotic India to find treasures not found in stores in my area.
Florence, USA
Thank you very much. It was very easy ordering from the website. I hope to do future purchases from you. Thanks again.
Santiago, USA
Thank you for great service in the past. I am a returning customer and have purchased many Puranas from your firm. Please continue the great service on this order also.
Raghavan, USA
Excellent service. I feel that there is genuine concern for the welfare of customers and there orders. Many thanks
Jones, United Kingdom
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