Rinchen Tsajor Chenmo
Rinchen Tsajor Chenmo, the great precious pill of hot compound contains 14 herbal and non-herbal medicinal ingredients including the precious “Tsothel”, king of the essence, which was competently prepared through a series of standard detoxifying processes, as well as ginger, black pepper, cutch tree etc. This is a compound of high standard which is based on practical instructions of the past eminent masters of Tibetan medicine and empowered with spiritual blessing.
This precious pill is used against gout, arthritis, malignant tumor, ringworm, leprosy, tumor, ascites and localized edema etc. It is also used against blocked channels due to impure blood and it dries up pus caused by cold disorders. When taken by a healthy person, it can prevent all disorders mentioned above. However, it is recommended to use this pill only after consulting the physician.
A night before taking the precious pill, take light decoction prepared from seven grains of yer-ma (prickly ash) to open up body channels. Soak the pill in a small amount of hot boiled water using an clean unbroken cup covering it with a lid and leave it to stand overnight.The pill should not be expose to bright light. Early the next morning before day breaks, crush and stir the content either with spoon or with the ring finger and drink the whole mixture after adding little amount of hot water. Retire to bed with warm covering and sleep for about one hour in order to induce little perspiration. Following that take little amount of hot water infused with saffron to close body channels. This will help to retain the effect of medicine in the body. If one needs to take the medicine urgently, it can also be taken like any other Tibetan pills with boiled hot water. When taken for rejuvenation by a healthy person, it should be taken on an auspicious dates like eight, full moon and new moon days of Tibetan lunar calendar to gain optimum result.
For a period of three to seven days after taking the medicine, avoid fish, pork, egg, sour alcohols, onion, garlic, wild garlic, putrid food, hot spices, strenuous physical activities, accidents, daytime sleep, cold bath and sex.
Mantra of Medicine Buddha
Om Namo Bhagawate Bhekhaze Guru Bendurya Prabha Razaya Tatha Ghataya Arhate Samnya Sam Buddhaya Tayatha Om Bhekhaze Bhekhaze Maha Bhekhaze Bhekhaze Razaya Samung Ghate Svaha
Om Mani Padme Hum