Tibetan point of view

According to the Tibetan teachings on constitution, the modern way of life, characterized by a hectic pace, performance pressure and stress, as well as an unfavourable diet, represents a “hot” lifestyle, which increases the hot Tripa principle.

Over time, “chronic” and “hidden” Tripa imbalances can develop. However, the “hot” aspect of Tripa is often not apparent at first glance, and the signs of cold Beken and Lung condicitons seem to be in the foreground.

From the Tibetan point of view, the stabilizing Beken principle is associated with stagnation, solid masses and inertia (e.g. also in blood flow).

PADMA 28 active reduces the hot Tripa principle and diminishes  Beken. Thus it attenuates “chronic” and “hidden” Tripa condicitons which correspond to an activated immune system b). It counteracts the stagnating, blocking Beken element.

At the same time, it promotes the Lung principle  which is responsible for physical movement but also for the mobile processes in the organism such as blood circulation or breathing.

PADMA 28 active  encompasses the sweet, bitter and astringent tastes. It also has pungent components and overall cooling properties.

In addition to protecting blood vessels a), cells c) and harmonizing Tripa, PADMA 28 active also promotes the normal function of blood vessels a), which is essential for blood circulation and cell nutrition, by reducing Beken and mobilizing Lung.

For cellular nutrition, blood vessels, the immune system and for cell protection
Tibetan Medicine and Constitution Doctrine is a holistic medicine and nutrition system, based upon the doctrine of five elements – earth, water, fire, wind, and space. The five elements manifest themselves in human beings through the three principles of Lung, Tripa, and Beken. If these three principles are in balance, we feel mentally and physically healthy.