China's Tibet Autonomous Region has developed its traditional medicine into a pillar industry.
Standard produced Tibetan medicine is now entering world market.
Tibet has been since the 1970s increasing the types of its traditional medicine, which is now in mass production and cures many difficult diseases.
The region has at present eighteen medicine enterprises that put out close to 300 kinds of products, weighing more than 1,500 tons.
The output value of these enterprises in 2004 increased two percent from the year before.
(CRI February 17, 2005)