Bimala: Stress & Anxiety
Bimala: Stress & Anxiety
Formulated in the Ninth Century CE by the Indian Dzogchen Master, Vimalamitra.
Bimala (ཛ་ཏི་ཉི་ཞུ) was specifically formulated to treat vata that invades the heart (Tib. snying rlung), which results in many mental imbalances such as depression, lack of concentration, and anxiety.
Bimala has been traditionally used for vata disturbances by Tibetan doctors for more than a thousand years. Today it is often prescribed for insomnia, including the inability to fall asleep, night waking, or restlessness. Bimala is also considered effective in treating nervousness, sadness, lack of concentration, and forgetfulness. Bimala balances the heart and the mind, restoring their natural harmony. Bimala is a safe, effective and non-habit forming formula that can be used regularly or as needed. Note that Bimala is a slightly warmer alternative to Agar-35, for those who tend to feel cold.
Suggested usage: 2-3 pills in the evening, taken with boiled water or hot milk, 1 hour before bedtime.
Ingredients: Myristica fragrans, Terminalia chebulam, Boswellia carterii, Aquilaria agallocha, Ox gallstone, Ferula Asafetida, Ellettaria Cardamomum, Amomum subulatum, Eugenia Aromatica, Bambusa pith, Carum carvi, Santalum alba, Pterocarpus santalinus, Terminalia bellerica, Phyllanthus emblica, Choerospondias axillaris, Allium sattiva, Bergonia pupurescens.
Wildcrafted, formulated, and empowered using traditional methods by small artisanal pharmacies in Amdo, Tibet. 100% sustainably wild-harvested, hand-picked in the Tibetan Highlands by nomads whose families have harvested medicinal plants for generations. No additional coloring, fillers or stabilizers are used. Made according to ancient traditional recipes and empowered following Tibetan Buddhist principles.
DISCLAIMER: This is a dietary supplement. The statements made about this product have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease.
Bimala was formulated in the 9th Century by the Tibetan Dozgchen master and scholar, Vimalamitra. In his text, 84,000 Healing Therapies, Vimalamitra describes the traditional uses for this herbal formula:
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 depression
mental 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 illnesses
arise, the method of healing them with medicine is demonstrated."