Do you endure sleepless nights and mood swings throughout the day? Doctors of Tibetan Medicine have long used Bimala (Dza ti 20), also known as Vimala, to provide herbal support for these ailments.
If you experience insomnia, the inability to fall asleep, night waking, or simply restlessness, Bimala will provide you with relief. Bimala works equally well for nervousness, sadness, lack of concentration, and forgetfulness. Often recommended for meditators and people who are seeking a more calm and balanced mind, Bimala is widely used in Tibetan medicine.
This formula was developed by the great Indian Pandita (scholar) and Dzogchen master Vimalamitra in the eighth century.
NOTE: At this time Bimala is offered in traditional pellet form only. To take the formula it is necessary to crush or chew the pellets and swallow with warm or hot water. Capsules will be available in the near future. There are 50 pellets per order and we recommend a dosage of 1-2 pellets in the evening or morning.
The traditional uses of Bimala are described in Vimalamitra's 84,000 Healing Therapies:
"A special therapy for vata (wind/rlung) in the heart:when the nine wicked spirit siblings are rampant,no one will be unaffected by this disease.The symptoms are depressionmental instability, disturbed thinking,pain and tightness in front and back of the upper body,lack of mental clarity, poor memory,being sad for no reason, restlessness,hostility, lethargy and agitation, shortness of breath,acute fainting. Because various illnessesarise, the method of healing them with medicine is demonstrated."
Myristica fragrans, Terminalia chebula, Shorea robusta, Aquilaria agollocha, Carex, Ferula jaeschkeana, Bambusa textilis, Amomum subulatum, Elettaria cardamomum, Eugenia caryophyllata, Carthamus tinctorius, Carum carvi, Santalum album, Pterocarpus santalinus, Terminalia belerica, Emblica officinalis, Melia composita, Allium sativum, and Geranium.
This formula is made of herbs which are conscientiously, sustainably hand-harvested and gathered by well-paid, well- treated workers. All the herbs which go in to making these complex formulas are organic and wild-crafted. They are made according to strict Buddhist principles and consecrated according to traditional, ancient, methods.