Tibetan Medical Bracelet Unisex - online and from our store Carpe Diem with Remi, 158 Commercial Rd, Port Adelaide
Tibetan Bracelet, made from traditional combinations of five metals, subtly influences the five elemental and planetary energies circulating throughout the body. Through harmonising these energies it is a positive influence on the general health & well being of our body. Since ancient times Tibet has developed its own unique medical and astrological traditions.
The Tibetan Medical Bracelet subtly imparts the positive effects of the five metals to the five elemental pulses whilst it is worn around the wrist. This traditional design permits all metals to come into direct contact with the skin and its pattern represents the purified field of the elements. This pattern surrounds many mandalas. The Tibetan symbol of the purified elements is based on the idea that all conflict imbalance vanishes when the elements are in harmonious relationship.
The effects of the metals according to traditional Tibetan medicine are: COPPER: helps prevent fevers of liver and lungs, dries up excess fluid and swelling of joints. TIN: promotes healing of wounds, helps regrowth of skin and flesh after injury, expels poisons from the body, dries up infections. NICKEL: improves eyesight and other various eye disorders, alleviates hives, acne and various skin problems. SILVER: improves blood flow and consistency, dries up watery infections and conditions, purifies the blood. IRON: strengthens the liver and eyes, improves eye conditions, antidote to poisonous lead in the body.
*No claim is made for the therapeutic effects of this bracelet beyond the accuracy of the information regarding the Tibetan views on health benefits of metals.
This bracelet is specially produced for Tibetan Astrology Australia and is based on the the original style of Tibetan Medical Bracelets. The effects of the five metals has been researched in the Tibetan medical texts by Kim Lai from Tibetan Astrology Australia and Tibetan Doctors from the Tibetan Medical and Astrological Institute in Dharamsala.
A percentage of proceeds from the sale of the Tibetan Medical Bracelet supports further research into Tibetan Astrology.