Adamantine wrote:Hi Amchi Namdrol la, (or any other qualified
Tibetan doctors out there)
My girlfriend has a number of stubborn
plantar warts on the soles of both feet,
which don't seem to respond to any of the
conventional or common natural treatments.
She doesn't want to resort to surgery since this
can cause chronic painful after effects. How
does Tibetan Medicine view this condition? Are there
any treatments for this in Tibetan Medicine?
If so, what are they, and have you seen them work?
Thanks for any info or advice!
Not a doctor but I had my wart problem, and seen many others, resolved in this way. Buy it from her. My Guru bought 100's of warts from people and they all go away. I had mine for almost 20 years under one of my feet and they disappeared a few months after Rinpoche bought them. Maybe placebo but it works.
"The direct, hard to understand, subtle field of knowing, the Great Path, is non-conceptual (akalpana), and entirely beyond the grasp of intellectual thought. Divorced from verbal ideation, it is difficult to point out and as difficult to enquire into. It cannot be communicated through words and [therefore] is not within the scope of the neophyte (adikarmika). Nevertheless the path is to be approached through studying scriptures (sutra) of the World-Teacher and following the personal instructions (upadesa) of one's Guru-ji."
Bodhicittabhavana by Acarya Sri Manjusrimitra