Tibetan-Mongolian Herbs

Traditional Mongolian medicine developed over millennia mainly among the Mongolian people. Mongolian medical practice spread very quickly throughout the world, combining the achievements of classical medicine with traditional medicine. Mongolian herbs are the best example of its effectiveness, safety and health benefits.

Mongolian herbs are known in European countries as mixtures of herbs of various origins that effectively fight various ailments and diseases. Their success relies on the individual selection of a specific blend along with the use of certain accompanying treatments like therapeutic acupuncture. It is this combination of herbs and treatments that produces excellent healing results. Mongolian herbs are very safe, have no side effects, and come from ecologically clean regions of Inner Mongolia.


No side effects


High security


Great tolerance


Individually tailored

What do they look like and how are they stored?

Mongolian herbs are traditional TMM (Traditional Mongolian Medicine) products, where product quality is guaranteed by the Mongolian government. It is the Ministry of Health that oversees the quality and the entire process of producing herbs in the country. More than 65% of people in Mongolia benefit daily from their achievements.

Mongolian herbs can look like sand of different colors or as balls. It is very rare to find herbs in the form of ready-made concoctions.

Mongolian herbs should be stored as prescribed by a traditional medicine practitioner. The same standards as for European herbs should apply.

Dosage of Mongolian herbs

Mongolian herbs both in balls and herbal mixtures should be taken as prescribed by a traditional medicine practitioner. Never attempt to treat yourself on your own. Such actions can only do harm.

Monogamous herbs, depending on the ailment and condition, should be shown off with a specific decoction p: milk, water, alcohol or otherwise. The dosage should be described and explained by the doctor to the patient.

Effectiveness of Mongolian herbs and mixtures

Due to their uniqueness, Mongolian herbs are very well tolerated by European societies. Their origin and production based on ecology and proper proportions are the key to successful treatment.

Mongolian herbs are very effective in treating pocovid complications and respiratory problems caused by poorly treated CoVid19.

Prices of herbs and their availability in Poland

Unfortunately, due to the global situation in the world, the Mongolian government is reluctant to give permission to export Mongolian herbs to Europe. This is because there are constant shortages of these herbs even for Mongolian citizens.

Mongolian herbs consist of many ingredients and therefore their price on the market is also very high. There are herbs of several ingredients for $30 a month and there are blends where a serving of herbs can cost $200 a day.

The average monthly cost of treatment with Mongolian herbs is an expense of 200-600 PLN per month.

The recommended duration of treatment with Mongolian herbs, depending on the ailment, is: 3-6 months. After this time, take a break to perform tests and rest the body.

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Traditional Medicine and Acupuncture recognized by WHO as a science!!!

We are extremely pleased to inform you that thanks to the efforts of millions of people around the world, the World Health Organization has recognized Traditional Medicine and Acupuncture as a science on par with academic medicine.

Mongolian herbs have been used in the European Union for more than 50 years. So we can say that they are familiar and have been settled with us for years. Few people know, however, that there is a very broad spectrum of diseases that can be treated using them. Harvard researchers took 30 of the most commonly used herbal mixtures from Mongolia to evaluate them and try to copy the active ingredient. It turned out that these mixtures, despite the identification of specific ingredients and approximate proportions, do not have the same effect as the original products. That is why it is so important to grow Mongolian herbs under the guidance of qualified specialists and doctors.

Remember !


Use herbs under the supervision of a specialist


Don't mix herbs with other drugs


Dispose of unused herbs

Mongolian Herbs History


A Brief History of Traditional Mongolian Medicine and Mongolian Herbs.

Traditional Mongolian Medicine has a history of more than 5,000 years and is one of the most precious heritages of the Mongolian people.

You can read the entire text at this link

Mongolian herbs or Chinese herbs?

For the most part, these are the same mixtures available under different names. China is by far the largest market for herbs and herbal medicine in the world. Only India can match it, but here there is a gigantic problem with the quality of products and control of that quality.

It is considered that Mongolia is now the capital of herbalism in the world. It was here that the Chinese government allocated millions of Yuan to build the Academy of Traditional Mongolian Medicine in Ulaanbaatar. The professors of this university are the best teachers in the world.

Under the supervision of this Akdemia, a company was established to produce the best herbal mixtures in the world. No other blends are as good, have such quality which translates into their effectiveness in treatment as those coming from Mongolia.

It should be mentioned here that China has more than a dozen blends that are great for treating other ailments, the compositions of which have not been disclosed even to Mongolian specialists.

Monolithic herbs - theory of use

Mongolian herbs are always taken under the supervision of a traditional medicine doctor.

The Traditional Medicine doctor always determines the dosage in such a way that the patient starts the treatment with small doses and finally reaches the correct dosage.

Why herbs?

Herbs have virtually no side effects as long as they are recommended by a specialist. In most cases, any side effects are very mild, and the impact on the negative body is kept to a minimum.

Herbs are very hard to overdose on even when used as directed.

Herbs mostly come from nature, and what comes from nature is good for health.

Herbs can be combined with medications and other therapies to help maintain health.

Herbs can be used in children by which the burden on the organim is less.

Always remember that any herbal treatment must be carried out under the supervision of a specialist!

Mongolian Herbs and Acupuncture.


Very often you will encounter that a traditional medicine doctor will offer you treatment using treatments and herbs. Below is a list of the most common treatments by type of condition. Keep in mind that this is only a small part of what Traditional Medicine has to offer.

Pain Treatment

Traditional Medicine and Acupuncture is known for its effectiveness in treating various pain foci. Pain is the main spectrum of acupuncture’s effects.

Therapeutic Acupuncture

Very popular in the West. Used by a higher class of doctors PhDs and professors. It has a wide range of applications and is virtually painless.

Cosmetic Acupuncture

A method to beautify the body. Used regularly by Korean and Chinese models to maintain beautiful and youthful skin on the face and body for years to come.


A type of acupuncture applied to the ears through specially designed needles. Recommended for addiction treatment and weight loss.

Regenerative Acupuncture

Used prophylactically as a recovery method for traffic accidents, injuries, sprains, fractures and movement problems.

Weight Loss Acupuncture

Acupuncture supports the body’s metabolic processes. They can be accelerated and affect faster weight loss or increase appetite.

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