Cupping therapy (the cup made of horn)
Cupping therapy (the cup made of horn)

Formassage, it was noted in the history of the 14th century that massage treatment-by silver sup was used for curing. Later it is considered one type of category of traditional treatment using ointments and massage for knots etc. Some of the treatment that is mentioned above is not included in these writings, but remains as public knowledge. In some books it is briefly noted but otherwise the treatment is mentioned infrequently.

Ointment Treatment

Ointment treatment means to cure by applying the ointment on the outside of the human body and sometimes it is the procedure to drink the ointment. However this is not included in the outside treatment. For ointment treatment doctors use shar tos-butter extracted from milk, linseed oil, sesame oil, cereal fat of sheap and bear oil. This treatment recovers one’s sanity, strength, fatigue and is also used for vein related diseases. This treatment is usually combined with massage. An ointment treatment is written in a text from the 17th century. It is considered a much honored treatment in Indian health. “Ashtanga Hrdaya Samhita,” described a process of putting the oil on bare wood and described when it would be unwise to use it on the human body and also detailed its contents. Also it is derived from an Indian ointment treatment. Besides this, the following types of treatment categories developed independently in Mongolia such as skin applying therapy, cud compression, compression by 5 entrails, vodka curing, treatment by means of scarification and cupping, boiling down the head of sheep, using distilled vodka, and traditional customs using sheep meat soup and its bone soup, purging using camel milk and mare’s milk, drinking the blood of deer, antelope and grey goat and other customs related to the use of blood, customs related to nutrition, the use of vomiting, and drenching or purging types treatment, etc.

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