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- Shunkohdo
- Tennendo

- Scented Mountain
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- Chipped Mixtures

Kodo Accessories
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- Body Incense
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- myInsens
- Nandita
- Nitiraj
- Prabhuji
- Pure-Incense
- Ramakrishnananda
- Shanthimalai
- Shrinivas
- Shroff
- Triloka

- Various Incenses
- Body Incense

Tibet, Nepal and
- Bhim Lama
- Boudha Tibetan
- Buddha Dhoop
- Chandra Devi
- Doma Herbal
- Gangchen
- Himalayan Herbal

Kuenzang Chodtin
Lucky Incense
- Menjong Sorig

- Nado Poizokhang
- Stupa Dhoop
- The Dhoop Factory
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- Yarlung
- World Peace

- Drepung Loseling
- Dzogchen Monastery
Dzongsar Monastery
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Khachoe Ghakyil
Ling Nunnery
- Lekshey Ling
- Men-Tsee-Khang
- Mindroling
- Nub Gon Monastery
- Shechen Monastery
- Tashi Lhunpo
- Tengboche
- Tibetan Medical
- Thrangu Tara Abbey
- Tun Bo Ancient
- Zongkar Choede

- Various Bhutanese
- Various Nepali
- Dhoop
- Powder
- Rope

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Yarlung TIbetan Incense
New!Yarlung Tibetan incense is made in India by Tibetan refugees, under the supervision of Dr. Dolkar.
Tibeticumm Tara Healing Incense TIBETICUMM TARA HEALING INCENSE: Excellent to soothe the stress and strains od mind and body. Carthamus Tinctorius Linn (safflower or wild saffron) is the base of this incense. It is one of the indispensable and widely used ingredients in Tibetan medicine and ritual offerings. Box contains 20, 5.25" sticks of incense.
Tibeticumm Tara Healing Incense


Nirvana Natural Incense NIRVANA NATURAL INCENSE: Nirvana natural is an aromatic incense, It is used for therapeutic purposes for relaxing the mind, It is also used as ritual offering and for meditation. It contains no narcotics, toxic, or other harmful substances. Ingredients are al natural and collected from the foothills of the Himalayas. Box contains 20, 5.25" sticks of incense.
Nirvana Natural Incense


Medicago Mandala Health Incense MEDICAGO MANDALA HEALTH INCENSE: Dracocephalum tanguticum maxim is the basis of this incense. Perfect for purifying the surroundings with its safe and gentle herbal aroma. It is also effective for phlegm disorders and dust allergies. Box contains 20, 5.25" sticks of incense.
Medicago Mandala Health Incense


Di-Zhim Incense

DI-ZHIM INCENSE: An aromatic incense - for all purpose with generous use of Rhododendrons. It may also be used for religious and ceremonial offerings, The natural fragrance of the incense makes it suitable for cleaning the environment of impurities. Based on the commonly known recipe of Tibetan incense making, prepare and compounded under the personal supervision of Dr. Tsewang Dolkar Khangkar. Box contains 30, 8" sticks of incense.

Di-Zhim Incense


Medicine Woman
by Rajeshree Sisodia

"My daughters are strong women, I am, and so was my mother," says Dr. Tsewang Dolkar Khangkar, 49. Her slight build and gentle demeanor belies a passion for her job - which is her life - as the first Tibetan physician for the community in Delhi.

Dr. Dolkar, as she is known, has an illustrious heritage - there have been physicians in her family for three centuries! She opened a clinic in the Indian capital in 1981, and later began treating patients in Bombay and Hyderabad as well.

Her mother - the late Dr. Lobsang Dolma Khangkar - is often referred to as the 'Mother of Tibetan Medicine'. She was not only the first woman in the family to become a doctor but also the first family member to become a royal physician. Between 1972 and 1978, Dolma was the Chief Medical Officer to the Dalai Lama and his government in exile at the Tibetan Institute of Medicine and Astrology (TIMA) in Dharamsala, Himachal Pradesh. In fact, she paved the way for future generations of Tibetan women to become physicians.

"Traditionally, Tibetan physicians are men," says Dolkar. "So [what my mother did] was rare. She was also an accomplished astrologer."

Dolma, who also ran a clinic in Dharamsala, traveled the world lecturing on Tibetan medicine and treating patients. Her experience proved invaluable when she set about the task of training her daughter to become a doctor. Training was an intense process that began non-formally for Dolkar at the age of 12. Her formal study was at TIMA between 1972 and '78.

Dolkar learned about pulse reading, urine analysis, the identification of hundreds of medicinal plants, herbs and minerals used in compounding Tibetan medicines, pharmacology, astrology and worked in her mother's practice from 1978 until 1981. After this internship, she established her own clinic in Delhi on the advice of a junior tutor to the Dalai Lama.

Dolkar was born in Skyid-gron, southern Tibet, but fled the country via Nepal and into India with her mother after the Chinese invaded Tibet in 1959. It was a journey she barely remembers, but it was a forced exodus that cost the lives of her two elder brothers. "I was two or three-years-old [when I left Tibet]," she says. "I was in shock. There was a lot of shouting. We all remember running away."

Today, at the Dolkar Herbal Medicine Clinic in Kalkaji, south Delhi, the Tibetan doctor meets between 40 and 50 patients a day, six days a week, with the help of a seven-member staff. She also treats patients in Mumbai and Hyderabad by fax and email, and visits each of the two cities every second month.

Tibetan medicine, which pre-dates the seventh-century arrival of Buddhism to Tibet, bases itself on using herbs and minerals to make pills and powders to treat patients. Physicians carry out a physical examination of the patient, but also consider the patient's lifestyle and environment and actions that she may have carried out in her past lives and in her current life. Some of these may -according to Tibetan medicine - influence mental and physical well being.

"People say they want Tibetan medicine because they are sick of western medicine but I say that's wrong, they should look at positives in all forms of medicine," says Dolkar, and that Tibetan medicine can be used alongside other schools of medicine. To raise awareness about Tibetan medicine globally, she has been traveling often during the past eight years, both to lecture and treat patients. She has also written books on Tibetan medicine. "If people take an interest in it, (Tibetan medicine) can contribute a lot...many of the Tibetan plants (that are used to prepare medicines) have not been researched..."


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