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How to Use Turmeric Everyday

Find out how to use turmeric for daily life

Why Mosquitoes Prefer You Over Others

Find out why mosquitoes prefer you over others and how to prevent it

Classifying Bhutan Cordyceps

When I first echoed the word “cordyceps”, the aftertaste was foreign. What in the world is “cordyceps”? Hint: Think the fungi-looking thing that looks like tree roots

Honey Remedy for Insomnia

Can't sleep? This remedy is for those who have insomnia. Try this out! Every night before sleeping, drink a cup of warm water mixed with one spoonful of honey. Legends say you'll be in dreamland in no time.

Bhutan Wild Cordyceps

Bhutan Cordyceps (Yartsa Goenbub) is an annual harvest that matures between May to July of the year. Every year, in late June, licensed Bhutanese farmers will ascend the sacred mountains in the regions of Paro, Wangduephodrang, Gasa, Lhuntse, Trashigang, Trashiyangtse, and Bumthang in search of Cordyceps. After collections, all Bhutanese farmers will convene in a bidding session to determine the value of their harvest.

Exfoliate Skin with Natural Honey

Delicious honey is nature’s best bet for anyone looking for “natural” antibiotics. It is multi-purposeful, and besides residing in your kitchen, it should also be in your bedtime drawer and your makeup bag! How versatile is that? It is the beauty secret- sworn by Old Hollywood actresses and modern-day Bollywood divas.

What to Shop in Bhutan

In this edition, we offer you a whiff of happiness. The world we live in can often be disheartening. We often fall back to the reality we are all too familiar with; the monotonous 9 to 5 work and overtimes, the repetitive ploughing and we often lose sight of the things that matter most.

What to Buy in Bhutan

Although we are a firm believer that happiness cannot be bought, we get it. The “Material Girl” in you wants a little souvenir to bring home that reminds you of Bhutan, and it won’t hurt getting something tangible to remember the magic. Whether you are in Paro or Thimphu, here is a list that reminds you of why Bhutan took your breath away.

The Four Tantras

The “The Four Tantras” or Gyu Zhi (Gyushi) is a Tibetan Buddhist medicine book scripture that is mostly considered as the most famous and fundamental work in Tibetan medical literature, encapsulating the entire teaching of Tibetan medicine.

Chinese Traditional Medicine influences on Bhutanese Traditional Medicine

Find out how Chinese traditional medicine influences Bhutanese traditional medicine

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