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International Journal of Herbal Medicine
Vol. 8, Issue 4, Part A (2020)

The holistic medical functionalities of Shambhala Kodo

Author(s): Lim Sayfon
Abstract: The origin of the word “incense” dates from ancient Latin, and it means to burn. By burning, flammable substances produce a fragrant scent that fills the air. The Human System is comprised of The physical Human Body, The Life Force (Energy) Body, and Spiritual Body. The flow of energy or “qi” is important to facilitate our physical body. Medications can help in many aspects of recovering from certain illnesses. If we combine natural remedies with the knowledge of our energy body, the effect of healing will double or triple. Considering the human’s sensory system such as taste, hearing, balance, vision, and olfaction, a sense of smell is phylogenetically the oldest. The healing properties from the herbs after being infused through nose flow straight to lungs where all energy meridians meet. These, in turn, will distribute these properties to other parts of our body with full absorption.
Pages: 19-24  |  103 Views  10 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Lim Sayfon. The holistic medical functionalities of Shambhala Kodo. Int J Herb Med 2020;8(4):19-24.
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