Mongolia – what is the difference of health care in this country?

Mongolia - what is the difference between healthcare in this country?

Mongolia is the country that he was not spoiled by history . Despite Chinese and Russian influences, it has retained its uniqueness as it manifests itself in people. Mongols have a different approach to the world and life , they can keep distance to everything and achieve peace.

To this day, many people in this country are still alive on huge stretches of steppes in very primitive conditions like their ancestors. They are engaged in sheep breeding and hunting. Nature feeds them, dresses them and heals them . Self-sufficiency these people is the best evidence recommending the virtues of nature. They can cope with getting food or treating diseases thanks to herbs, minerals, animal ingredients, body work (bloodletting, cupping, etc.).

If you look at the statistical logs for Mongolia, you can find out that the country is there the least populated area in the world is over 5 times bigger than Poland and interestingly, it has the largest number of educated people in relation to the total number of people, and most of them use it more like two foreign languages . Even farmers who do not live in cities speak two languages. Educated people living in cities on average, they speak 3 foreign languages – native language (Mongolian – very difficult for Poles to learn), Russian (often better mastered than Mongolian) and English (the young generation of Mongols speaks this language very well, as it is an international trade language).

Mongolia - what is the difference between healthcare in this country?
Mongolia - what is the difference between healthcare in this country?

Traditional Mongolian Medicine (TMM)

Alternative Medicine of the Far East has a huge storehouse of knowledge which began to be passed on orally and then written down as early as 3,000 years ago.

In the old culture, medics practicing these methods of treatment were called priests of Buddhism (lamas) because they mostly devoted their lives to studying methods of treatment and helping the sick.

To this day, the heritage of their research is used by the health services of the Far East countries. Patient examination is carried out in a completely different way than in the West. The body is treated as a whole that is expected to work together in close balance . Thus, before any diagnosis is made, the general condition of the patient is examined, including :

  • pulse – Mongolian natural medicine distinguishes between many types of pulse, each “speaks” in a different way. Mainly distinguished are male, female and neutral pulse, all of them must be carefully analyzed to be able to identify the so-called disorders. Three “Humors” (personality, distinctive individual traits): wind, bile and phlegm. This test is extremely important, thanks to it an experienced doctor is able to precisely determine the current condition of the patient, as well as many years of illnesses,
  • the state of the main organs – checked with the three middle fingers of one hand on the forearm of the patient’s hand,
  • nervous system – tested with the other hand on the patient’s wrist,
  • urine condition – in this field, Eastern medicine achieved the highest degree of accuracy and effectiveness, because it was the only method to investigate what was wrong with a patient who, somewhere in the wastelands of Mongolia, could not reach a medic; thanks to the delivery of his urine, the doctor could almost 90% assess what was wrong with him and prescribe the appropriate herbs or medications.

After making an appropriate diagnosis a Mongolian doctor will prepare a mixture of herbs that will be appropriate for a given patient’s ailments, and then pass it to him along with the instructions for taking it. Sometimes herbs alone are not enough and the therapy must be enriched with other treatments such as acupuncture, bloodletting, putting fire bubbles, ear candling, bathing in medicine e.t.c. During acupuncture, indicated especially in rheumatic and neuralgic diseases and paralysis, the size of the needles and their shape appropriate for the individual patient are selected. The blood drop procedure applies to patients complaining of hypertension, sudden changes in well-being, etc.

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Mongolian medicine | The main thing is not to harm

Mongolian doctors they adhere to this principle much better than our national health service. They care about harmony – prophylaxis, prevention, we treat only the symptoms of the disease with drugs, very often with many side effects.

Far East medicine is based on the premise of which predicts two main factors of the origin of the causes of the disease :

  • up close – it results from the theory of “Three Humors”, as we emphasized earlier, they must cooperate with each other in harmony, the imbalance in the operation of one of them becomes a direct impulse for the emergence of the disease;
  • distant – it results from a certain kind of ignorance, i.e. the inability to understand from birth what we are, what is our mother nature, where the sources of emotions come from (passion, aggression and ignorance);

Mongolian doctors they rarely use drastic treatments such as operations etc. Their diagnoses are based primarily on drugs made from plants, minerals or animal ingredients. The secrets of medicine preparation are knowledge developed by many past generations, which is why their effectiveness is so great and extraordinary.

The most interesting group of drugs are the so-called precious pills which is preparing with dozens of different ingredients , ranging from herbs to unique relics, also intended to heal the patient’s soul. Due to this nature, they should be received on “especially positive” days – for example, the full moon – along with the Medicine Buddha’s mantra prayer on the lips.

Mongolia - what is the difference between healthcare in this country?

Mongolian Medicine and Health Service

The modern health service in Mongolia is not doing well. The years of communism did their job. All that is left are the doctors whose main goal is to help those in need.

Due to the large distances that the doctor has to cover to the patient – emergency medicine practically does not exist for people living outside large cities. Getting a rescuer 500 km to a person in need only makes sense by air, and the Mongolian government does not have the resources.

That is why it has developed in Mongolia very telemedicine along the lines of New Zealand, Australia and the United States . It is a kind of AI platform where people send their photos and a description of the disease and how they feel, and the doctor, in consultation with a computer program, decides what to do with such a patient. It is a very modern solution and works very well.

We can only give good news to people living in big cities – here, hospitals, health care and all matters related to medical treatment operate similarly to in Poland The only difference is that the Mongols often pay a doctor for a job well done, which is not prosecuted by the state – so doctors want to get to the patient quickly and help him.

Mongolian doctors are among the best educated specialists in the world . The Universities of Mongolian and Traditional Medicine educate the world’s best specialists. According to WHO, Mongolia is second only to China in terms of the level of education in the so-called Traditional Medicine. Even India, which has definitely more doctors, is not higher. It has to mean something.

Mongolian doctors in Poland

Poland is the main country of economic emigration of Mongolian doctors. Why? It’s actually hard for us to answer that question. According to our information provided to us by the Mongolian Embassy in Warsaw in Poland, about 500 Mongolian doctors live and work with their families, which gives approx. 3,000 thoroughly educated people. These people do not think to come back to Mongolia, and Poland has become their second, if not to say, home. Many of them speak Polish better than Mongolian, which in our opinion is a bit strange. It should also be mentioned here that there are also many mixed marriages of Polish and Mongolian citizens. The total number of Mongols permanently residing in Poland is difficult to give as only approximate statistical records are kept and they are very divergent.

“Polish Authorities” Criticizing Mongolian Doctors and How These “Individuals” Have Ended

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K. Dupczok – once a star in salons, normally an ordinary pig, whose own son is ashamed. The devil already knows how much this donkey has done in his life and he will be held accountable for it.

Two pseudo experts: Sokołowski and Karolak. This is how the gentlemen who ate octopus every day and do not remember being there had fun. Bravo Mr. Stonoga for this material!

Below there are only photos of their friend, Mrs. Ilona, who we leave alone, because anyone can make a mistake, and she obviously draws conclusions from it.

We will only add that the former drug addict and drunkard was often invited as an expert on the ass fagot in order to be considered wise. Unfortunately, even the best bleach cannot whiten its past. We’re just hoping she’s figured out.


Don’t let your body be poisoned, don’t make yourself drug addicts .

Trust nature, it she ensured the survival of our species and offers us all the ingredients necessary for life and health.

You just have to reach for them, extract them from the crowd of “poisons of modern pharmacy”. Traditional medicine heals diseases from time immemorial, effectively and without side effects .

That is why we want to emphasize these wonderful, miraculous power of nature and herbs. Give up pharmacology and trust nature .

Remember that “reptilian sellers” in the media of the “main sewage” called “experts” are actually uneducated and handicapped individuals envy you of knowledge and open minds . They care about it for you he swallowed their mush and he was driving viewership .


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