“Tibetan medicine is the most important legacy of the Buddhist civilization of Tibet … it accentuates the indivisible interdependence of mind, body and vitality. As an integrated health system, he has served his people effectively for centuries and I believe that it can still be very beneficial for humanity.”. His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama
Venerable Lama Jampa Chojor
Born in Tawang, India; monk since he was six, recognized as the third reincarnation of the Tulku Jampa Chojor. He studied medicine in Tawang and has been trained in the Gaden Jantse Monastery. Expert in Tibetan Medicine, carrier of the oral transmission lineage and mantras. He speaks English and defends himself in Spanish.
Ven. Lama Jampa
Private consultations and private and group Buddhist ceremonies.
Diagnosis through pulses, language and personal interview, which determines the general state of the person and of each organ in particular.
Treatment with medicinal plants of the Himalayas following the Tibetan tradition and individualized food and health habits.
The Lama has successfully treated many people with chronic diseases and without treatment from the perspective of Western Medicine. It has a very special sensitivity to detect diseases, which greatly impresses those who consult with it.
The treatment to be natural, activates the internal healing processes of the person, and although improvements may be noticed soon, it usually requires several months for a complete rebalancing of the body, being an individual process.
Tibetan Medicine deals with disease and healing in a global and natural way, with great influence of Tibetan Buddhism. Tibetan Medicine addresses the cause of the disease and its treatments are based on plants and minerals collected and activated with specific rituals. It is a great complement to other treatments and can solve or alleviate chronic diseases.
Tibetan Medicine is especially recommended for
Diseases of the nervous system and related problems, lumbar, cervical pain, etc.
Patients with multiple sclerosis, migraines, osteoarthritis and joint pain, rheumatism,
The Tibetan Medicine at first acts on the digestive function, normalizing it, because from their perspective, once the assimilation of food is balanced, the rest of the organism can be adjusted. Therefore, Traditional Tibetan Medicine works very well in stomach problems, digestive and assimilation, many of them also related to stress and emotional aspects.
It is especially effective for diseases of the wind mood (anxiety and stress), such as depressive disorders and associated diseases. It is recognized as one of the best (most subtle) in the mind and body relationship, due to the great influence of Buddhism and the study of the mind; Some examples of people who have benefited from Tibetan medicine:
Person with fibromyalgia for 8 years, in a month the symptoms completely disappeared
Absolute improvement of pre and menopausal symptoms in another patient
Elimination of chronic gastric problems
Great improvement in Crhon’s disease (irritated colon and diarrhea)
Great improvement in cases of Hepatitis C
Elimination of chronic rhinitis
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The Lama will also carry out a diagnostic demonstration by the pulse and a consultation if there is time.
Tibetan Medicine is an integral approach to health, greatly influenced by Buddhism, and therefore with a great sensitivity to the mind, emotions and karma. It treats and cures all kinds of imbalances, many of them without solution in Western medicine. The treatment is with plants and minerals from the Himalayas.
The Lama Jampa is the third reincarnation of the Tulku Chojor, he is a medical Lama, with a very special sensitivity, which does not leave you indifferent. Speak some Spanish, and there will be direct translation from Tibetan to Spanish.