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Post by emptydreams » Tue Jul 10, 2012 5:14 am

Hey guys,

I came across this website selling what it calls herbal pills but they're not meant for consumption? Its meant for making offerings? But it looks nice tho. Can anyone explain as the brief on the website says its for offering and by offering it can cure diseases...why not just eat them? ... rilbu.html" onclick=";return false;

An offering of items symbolic of medicine on your altar creates very strong causes for healing of the body and for spiritual abundance. It also creates the causes for one to have material and physical growth, especially in terms of resources. It is akin to offering all the goodness of the Earth up to the three jewels.

Handmade accordingly to the Buddhist scriptures, each rilbu is blessed and consecrated by monks and high lamas in the monasteries of Nepal. The blue/yuning 25 rilbu is made from 25 different herbs and minerals, and has turquoise as one of its primary ingredients.

As these rilbus are extremely rare to come by, there are only limited stocks available on VajraSecrets.

Affordable at USD 10.00 for 1 rilbu, get your precious rilbu today.

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Post by Virgo » Tue Jul 10, 2012 5:35 am

Jamkar wrote:by offering it can cure diseases...why not just eat them?
Obviously the ingrediants they are comprised of are not fit for consumption and/or they are not developed to perform their function through consumption. Why not just eat them? Because they are not fit for consumption, just like plastic.


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