Greeting Card - Medicine Buddha - Holding a Medicinal Plant

With his right hand in the gesture of supreme giving and holding the stem of a medicinal Arura plant, Medicine Buddha indicates that he helps living beings by freeing them from mental and physical sickness. Its three buds indicate that he frees living beings from the three inner poisons of hatred, attachment and ignorance, the source of all illness. This card is 1 of 12 greeting cards with original artwork conveying the beauty and power of the Buddhas’ gestures. Mark that special occasion with a card that is exquisite, original and auspicious.
  • Blank inside for your own message
  • Dimensions: 7” x 5” (17.8cm x 13.6cm)
  • Fits a standard photo frame
  • Envelope provided
  • Sold singly or as a set of 12 (Save $10)
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$3.50

Description on the reverse of the card: "Medicine Buddha - With his right hand in the gesture of supreme giving and holding the stem of a medicinal Arura plant, Medicine Buddha indicates that he helps living beings by freeing them from mental and physical sickness. Its three buds indicate that he frees living beings from the three inner poisons of hatred, attachment and ignorance, the source of all illness."

This card is 1 of 12 greeting cards with original artwork conveying the beauty and power of the Buddhas’ gestures. Mark that special occasion with a card that is exquisite, original and auspicious.

  • Blank inside for your own message
  • Dimensions: 7” x 5” (17.8cm x 13.6cm)
  • Fits a standard photo frame
  • Envelope provided
  • Sold singly or as a set of 12 (Save $10)
Click here to view all cards in this series.
More Information
ISBN / EAN 5055278111076
Tharpa Internal Code (Catalog Code) mbhmp-gc
Details Blank inside for your own message, Dimensions: 7” x 5” (17.8cm x 13.6cm), Fits a standard photo frame, Envelope provided, Sold singly or as a set of 12
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