Nagpo Gujor (The Nine Black Ingredient Compound) is an herbal amulet used in Traditional Tibetan Medicine for energetic protection from external pathogens and contagious diseases. It is worn against the skin and periodically sniffed through the black wrapping, often combined with recitation of Shakyamuni Buddha's mantra (OM MUNI MUNI MAHAMUNI SHAKYAMUNI YE SOHA). 

This preparation of Nagpo Gujor was made according to the traditional process, including proper empowerment with ancient healing mantras, by monks at H.E. Dodrupchen Rinpoche's monastery in Sikkim, India. I personally wore one of Dodrupchen Rinpoche's Nagpo Gujor amulets during my five-month clinical residency in Kathmandu, and despite interacting with hundreds of very sick patients per week, I never got sick. 


Please note that this product is NEVER to be used internally. This is an amulet, not a pill to be taken internally.

Nagpo Gujor (9-Ingredient Black Amulet)

SKU: 909
  • This pill should be kept dry and it should never be ingested. It's best to replace every 1-2 years to ensure potency of the ingredients. Keep out of the reach of children. 

  • This product is intended for use as a talisman only, and is not intended to prevent, treat, or cure any disease. As always, these statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. 

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