Timings : Monday - Friday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM,
Saturday: 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Entry Fee : SAARC Nationals: BTN 100,
Non-SAARC Nationals: BTN 200
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The National Institute of Traditional Medicine in Thimphu has been preserving the herbs and animal parts used in traditional Bhutanese ointments and medicines collected from the Himalayas for ages. Here, all the diseases, no matter how acute or severe, are treated using these ancient practices. Preserving around 300 different kinds of natural materials, a visit here will tell you the significance of traditional medicine in people's lives.
At the National Institute of Traditional Medicine, young people are given a five-year-long training session to train them to become successful doctors. It is also an important research centre. Medicines are discovered and developed in the research lab here. It is truly a storehouse of information related to medicines, herbs and ointments.
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