Mary Ryan received her MSc and PhD from Oxford University in human biology and medical anthropology. From 1991-1997, she researched the efficacy of Tibetan and Asian medical treatments in Dharamsala, India. Here, her collaborations with Dr. Jamling led to groundbreaking methodologies in efficacy research. During her post-doc research on the treatment of Tibetan refugees with mental health issues, Dr. Ryan was astounded by the effectiveness of Tibetan Medicine for anxiety. This inspired her to train in Tibetan and Chinese herbal medicine and acupuncture. You could try out making some of your own Tibetan medicine using home capsule supplies as well as purchasing the right bulk herbs.


In this episode we are taking a deep dive into how Tibetan Medicine can be used to heal anxiety and PTSD.

You’ll learn:

  • Learn how Tibetan Medicine helps you to know yourself and your constitution, giving you simple healing techniques that put your life back in balance.
  • Discover your unique constitution and heal yourself with the practices that cater to your individual needs
  • Learn what rLung Imbalance is and how to heal it with ancient Tibetan healing exercises, massage, and moxibustion. Bring effective, holistic practices into your life to help you to stay in balance and soothe your mind.


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