«Horme» - a method of treatment that has long been used by Tibetan doctors to harmonize diseases of the "wind" (nervous system) and it has no analogues in other medical practices in the world. The method, which has been used since the 13th century, is proved to be excellent as a part of a complex therapy in the center of Tibetan medicine "Rinchenling".
Tibetan oil massage "Horme" with the help of special compresses-bags with medicinal herbs has an effective and mild therapeutic effect. Adults and children are equally well tolerate this procedure, which gives warm and relaxation.
The method is consist from a combination of the synergistic action of a number of medicinal plants: white ginger, coriander, nutmeg, dill, cumin, which have a warming, calming and anti-spasmodic effect. Ground grains of these plants are placed in a special linen bag, dipped in heated sesame or melted butter (especially useful for the treatment of nervous and mental disorders) and a hot compress is applied to special rlung points ("wind") on the human body.
Oil-herbal "Horme" massage improves the functioning of the sensory organs, slows down aging. After the conduction of "Horme", the patient unwittingly begins to feel a surprisingly pleasant and natural sense of peace and balance. The effect of treatment is fixed for a long time, especially after a treatment in combination with other methods – acupuncture, acupressure, warming with an absinthial cigars, stone therapy. After this procedure, it is prohibited to become supercool, drink cold drinks, take a shower for 4-5 hours. The "Horme" method is especially effective in the evening, before going to bed. You can easily forget of the good old Valerian and other sedatives, including strong antidepressants and tranquilizers.
"Horme" is used for such diseases as
- nervous, cardiovascular, urogenital, and digestive systems diseases (neuritis, neuralgia, insomnia, vegetative dystonia, and stuttering)
- hypertension, hypotension, coronary heart disease
- pyelonephritis, cystitis, nephroptosis, urethritis
- pancreatitis, hepatitis, gastritis, ulcerative colitis