IndexArura GroupVIII, 221, 345Avicenna.Ibn Sīnā.Basileos of Tsan.Tsan Pashilaha.béken.three peccant humors.Belo Tsewang Künkhyap (’be lo tshe dbang kun khyab)61–63, 203on Yutok the Elder61–62Biji’s Yellow-covered Book (bi ji’i po ti kha ser)21, 39–40.Tsan Pashilaha.black bile28–39brown phlegm (bad kan smug po)5–7, 22–25,and melancholia26–27.black bile; three peccant humors.Brown Phlegm Résumé of a Thousand [Sections] (bad kan smug po stong thun)16–17.Thousand-session Tutorial on the Channels.cancer144–46and dréné (’bras nad)153–62, 183, 207and drétren (’bras skran)162–66and metabolic disruptions (ma zhu ba)172–74, 179–82and méwel (me dbal)174–77and surya (surya)177–79and tren (skran)151–53biomedical understandings of146–48, 166–70, 183–87.Samten; wounds.channel examination.diagnosis.channel prasenā ritual.ritual.Chokro Za Karmo Nyen (cog ro gza’ dkar mo gnyan)204–205.Nine-fold Magical Cord Cycle.combined disease (’dus pa’i nad)17, 21, 227.three peccant humors.Compendium of the Essence of the Eight Branches (yan lag brgyad pa’i snying po bsdus pa; Skt. aṣṭāṅgahṛdayasaṃhitā)and the Four Tantras9on contagious disease230contagious disease227–33black one, union of three (nag po sum sgril)235epidemic fevers (rimné, rims tshad)227–33infectious disease (nyenné, gnyan nad)227–33Darmo Menrampa Lozang Chödrak (dar mo sman rams pa blo bzang chos grags)and the biography of Yutok the Elder65on secret medicine93–94, 107Dash, Vaidya Bhagwan55–58Desi Sanggyé Gyatso (sde srid sangs rgyas rgya mtsho)85–87on contagious disease224–25on life-wind illness88–92on metabolic disruptions (ma zhu ba) 179–82on secret medicine92–94, 105–107on Yutok the Elder60–61, 65.See also Extended Commentary on the Instructional Tantra.diagnosis234–47, 261–65channel examination236–40, 277–99signs of death238–42Diocles of Carystus29–31Dorbum Chökyi Drakpa (rdor ’bum chos kyi grags pa)222Drangti (brang ti) familyVIII, 223, 290Drangti Gyelnyé Kharbu (brang ti rgyal mnyes mkhar bu[/phug])VIII, 206Drangti Penden Tsojé (brang ti dpal ldan ’tsho byed)69, 291, 300–302Drejé Gyagar Vajra (’dre rje rgya gar badzra)62, 70–74Essence of the Eight Branches.Compendium of the Essence of the Eight Branches.Extended Commentary on the Instructional Tantra (man ngag lhan thabs)87–88on contagious disease224–25on life-wind illness88–92on metabolic disruptions (ma zhu ba) 179–82on secret medicine92–94, 105–107Fourfold Collection (’bum bzhi)9Fourfold Tantra.Four Tantras.Four Tantras (rgyud bzhi)and Yutok the Elder62, 76–77authorship and origins of8–9, 76–77channel examination in284–85on anatomical structures113–14on brown phlegm10–14, 55–58on contagious disease228on dréné (’bras nad)153–62, 183on metabolic disruptions (ma zhu ba) 170–74, 181–82, 185on méwel (me dbal)174–77on spirit-caused illness320–22on surya (surya)177–79on tren (skran)152–53sources of14–18wonder channels in295–99.Extended Commentary on the Instructional Tantra.Galen of Pergamum34–36in Tibet40Garuḍa (khyung)252–53, 272–73genealogy264–65Good Manufacturing Practices343, 347Great Vase of the Amṛta of Immortality (’chi med bdud rtsi bum chen)diagnosis in234–47on contagious disease230–33provenance of221–27ritual healing in247–54Greco-Arab medicine28–39Hippocrates of Kos29humors.three peccant humors.Ibn Sīnā36–39Instructions of the Six Lamps (sgron ma drug gi gdams pa)21Jewel Rosary (nor bu’i ’phreng ba)15Jigme Phuntsok.Jikmé Püntsok.Jikmé Püntsok (’jigs med phun tshogs)344, 350–52Jiumei Tibetan Medicine Co. Ltd.344, 350–52Kulacūḍāmaṇi Tantra98Lamp of Sunbeams: A Channel Manual (rtsa yig nyi zer sgron me)236–37, 293–95Lha Totori Nyenshel (lha tho tho ri gnyan btsan)68–69life-wind illness (srog rlung nad)88–92Little Tantra (rgyud chung)16, 178, 278madness (smyo nad)313–33medical illustrations111–12from Atsagat Monastery115, 120, 126–27, 130Illustrations to the Blue Beryl95, 114–15, 119, 126, 129–30, 133–34in modern Tibetan sources116–17, 120–22, 124–26, 127–28, 131–32of organs119–34Medicine of the Moon King (sman dpyad zla ba’i rgyal po)and the Four Tantras9channel examination in285–88on brown phlegm18–22, 49–54on contagious disease229Men-Tsee-Khang (India)347–49Mentsikhang (sman rtsis khang; PRC)337, 342, 344mercury-sulfide ash (btso thal)340, 342Moon King.Medicine of the Moon King.moral economy of Tibetanness345Nāgārjuna74, 236, 261, 289, 292–93, 301.Medicine of the Moon King; Lamp of Sunbeams.Ngawang Sanggyé Pelzang (ngag dbang sangs rgyas dpal bzang)92–94, 107Nine-fold Magical Cord Cycle (’phrul gyi the gu brgu skor)199–214medical healing in207–211ritual healing in211–14the provenance of201–206nyenné.contagious disease.nyepa.three peccant humors.Oral Instructions Supplement.Extended Commentary on the Instructional Tantra.organs19, 208, 245and brown phlegm19and channel examination285–87and digestion122–27and the urogenital system127–34in the thoracic cavity118–22reproductive organs129–34Padmasambhava224–25, 275–76prasenā.ritual.precious pills (rin chen ril bu)337–64cautionary advice for357–58, 362–63ingredients of352–54, 361–63prescription of354–56, 361–63Precious Treasury (rin chen gter mdzod) 221–27Questions of Subāhu Tantra (’phags pa dpung bzang gis zhus pa zhes bya ba’i rgyud = Skt. subāhuparipṛcchātantra)267–70, 280rimné.contagious disease.ritualamulets253–54channel prasenā ritual (rtsa’i pra sgrub) 277–83, 295–99evocation ritual (sgrub thabs)251–54materia magica247–51mirror divination (’phrul kyi me long) 246–47prasenā divination (pra se na)265–76, 293–302ransom ritual (glud)211–13scattering ritual (byol thabs)212–13treatment of spirit-caused illness 326–31Ritual Manual of Bhikṣu Prajñāprabhā (b-ig kru prad nya pra ba ’-i no pyi ka)271–74rlung.three peccant humors.Rufus of Ephesus31–34Samten (bsam gtan)162–64on anatomy121, 128, 130, 132on cancer and other growths164–66, 174, 177, 179, 183Sanggyé Gyatso.Desi Sanggyé Gyatso.secret medicine (gsang sman)92–105and Buddhist ethics101–103and potency100at Chakpori103–105examples of97–99hermeneutics of95–97seven bodily constituents (lus zungs bdun) 149Sigerist, Henry E.XISmall Tantra.Little Tantra.Smith, Malcolm26–27Sokpo Lungrik Tendar (sog po lung rigs bstan dar)96Sons’ Benefit (bu don ma)15–16on brown phlegm15–16on contagious disease228–29Sowa Rigpa (gso ba rig pa)in India311origins of68–69spirit-caused illness314–18and psychology324–26spirit possession322–24treatment of326–31Supplements to the Instructional Tantra.Extended Commentary on the Instructional Tantra.Śvetaketu (dam pa tog dkar po)66–67Testament of Wa (dba’ bzhed)274–76Thousand-session Tutorial on the Channels (rtsa’i stong thun)289–92.Brown Phlegm Résumé of a Thousand [Sections].three peccant humors (nyes pa gsum): wind (rlung), bile (mkhris pa), phlegm (bad kan)23–25, 311–12and channel examination285and the four humors23as aggregators (’du ba)208as five humors289as functional energetic systems149–51, 170–72in Āyurveda25brown phlegm.tripa.three peccant humors.Tsan Pashilaha (tsan pa shi la ha)39–40, 199Vase of Amṛta.Great Vase of the Amṛta of Immortality.viscera.organs.wonder channels (ngo mtshar gyi rtsa)281–82, 293–99.Four Tantras.woundsand cancer and other growths153–55, 159–60, 175–78, 183–84the healing of207–211Yang Ga49–54Yutok the Elder.Yutok Yönten Gönpo the Elder.Yutok Yönten Gönpo the Elder (g.yu thog rnying ma yon tan mgon po)and the Four Tantras76–77and the Nine Tibetan Physicians (bod kyi sman pa mi dgu)78–79and the Tibetan royal family74–76and Yutok the Younger72biography of65–81lineage of70–72modern scholarship on63–64, 79–81Zahor (za hor)204–205