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The Origination of Mongol Dhom

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As Mongol Dhom is reflected by cultural and learning circumstances of human history, we could also explain it in consideration with life characteristics and events of our ancestors. When ancient people suffered from unbearable injuries, pains, bleeding from bone fractures, breaks, and muscle cuts during their life fights, they used to do unconscious actions...

1. Hot Compress and Scorching Treatments, 2. Hot Inhaling Treatment

Recognizing and using fire played an important role in the health of humanity. People used fire to boil food and meals which were said to improve the possibility to absorb nutrients of a meal, increased spiritual and body power and completed the conditions to being healthy. Humanity especially found out the method to...

“Khor” Nomad and Legbajaltsan

Legbajaltsan wrote about “Khor,” Mongolian surgical methods such as the “35 Methods of Piercing Helmet,” in the chapter called “Medical knowledge developed in Tibetan,” of his work “Penetrate the Secret Covering of Medicine.” (page 176). Cultural and religious revivals took place twice in Tibet and are classified as early and late revivals. The early...

Khusekhui and his “Brief Practical Guide to Healthy Diet

Khusekhui was a Mongolian doctor who lived from the late 13th to early 14th century. The career of Khusekhui, as he states in preface to his book, was in the reign of Buvantu Khan in Mongolian Buyantu Khaan (1314—1320) of Yuan Dynasty. Around in 1315, Khusekhui initially emerged as the therapist of Empress Dowager,...

Treatment Knowledge of Hunnu

People who were interested in curing and were skillful had first run medical science of nomads. The first form of treatment method was magic treatment. Different kinds of magic treatment that have an origin in medical science appeared by natural ability to protect their own selves. Moreover some of them were forgotten but some...
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“ALTANGEREL” Sutra (MAHAYANA), Chapter 24 on the “Healing of all Ailments”

The “Altangerel,” sutra has been passed down respected and regarded as a superior shrine to the Mongols, a translation of one of the Buddha’s teachings. About 1000 years ago the 21st, 29th, and 31st chapters of the “Altangerel,” sutra were translated into Chinese, Uigur, Tibetan and the Japanese languages in a brief and detailed...

Shatumusu and his “Experimented Prescription of Biligt Khulsan Tankhim

This is one of the biggest medicinal prescription creations of Yuan Dynasty. Chinese scholars appreciated Shatumusu, a Mongolian lord placed in Jang Chin Jung of Jangshi region during Yesuntumur Khaan’s (Taitin Khaan of Yuan Dynasty) period. Complete Writing of Four Foundations66 stated that Shatumusu or Shatimus is a Mongolian. During his assignment period in...

Restrictions for Pregnant Women.

On page 27 of the “Brief Practical Guide to Healthy Diet,” it was said that pregnant mothers must use “mind-food.” Of the entirely repent of reticence the main bodily strength will not be lost as slightly thinking flourishing candle in the front of chest as bright happiness, then to control their drinks will be...

Medical Art and Healling

Origin of the “Four Medical Tantras”

Some Mongolian and foreign scientists have made surveys on “Four Medical Tantras” and published their works about when it was written, who wrote it,...


Shamanism is the earliest religious practice in Mongolia. There has not been clear definition of shamanism whether it is religion. However, nowadays, it is...

The Origin of Moxibustion Treatment

During the 8th century C.E. the principal oriental medical book “Root Tantra” of “Four Medical Tantras” advocated to “heal khii (wind) using smear (to...

Obstetric Services in Ancient Mongolia

Ancient rock paintings, found in Mongolia give a glimpse into the life of the people, their struggles, their armaments and tools, in addition to...

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