Traditional Medicine InstituteCurrently Open
- Address: Sherzhong Lam, Thimphu, Bhutan
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Ticket Price: Free
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88.65% of people who visit Thimphu include Traditional Medicine Institute in their plan
63.64% of people start their Traditional Medicine Institute visit around 3 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Traditional Medicine Institute
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Traditional Medicine Institute
In the campus, there are three division: 1/ Faculty of traditional medicine which offers different course, Bachelor(5 yrs) , diploma(3yrs)in traditional medicine of Bhutan and short term course for international students. It also has traditional medicine muesum. 2/ National traditional medicine hospital where traditonal medicine physician provide health care services to the people for free. 3/ Menjong sorig pharmaceutical where the herbal medicines are produced.
Big campus. The institute is reviving the traditional medical science and promoting it on a big way.
Established in 1978, this institute collects medicinal plants from remote corners of the Bhutanese Himalaya, such as Lingzhi, Laya and Lunana, and then distributes pills, tablets, ointments and medicinal teas to regional health-care units around the country. The small museum details some of the 300 herbs, minerals and animal parts that Bhutanese doctors have to choose from.
has informative museum