Losar Day 2019 is on Saturday, March 2, 2019: Side effects for taking Losar 50 Tablets for High Blood pressure?

Saturday, March 2, 2019 is Losar Day 2019. Losar - Losar is Tibetan Buddhist New Year Day 1: Lama Losar

Side effects for taking Losar 50 Tablets for High Blood pressure?

Losar 50 (Losartan potassium) is used in the treatment of high blood pressure. It is effective when used alone or with other high blood pressure medications, such as diuretics that help the body get rid of water. It does not cure high blood pressure, Losar 50 just keeps it under control.


Losar can be taken with or without food.


Store at room temperature. Keep in a tightly closed container, away from light, moisture and heat.

Side Effects:

Severe allergic reaction such as rash, itching, swelling of the face, lips, mouth or throat that may cause difficulty in breathing dizziness, low blood pressure, weakness, exhaustion, low blood sugar level, increased blood potassium level.


If you are taking any of anti-inflammatory drugs such as indometacin, including cox-2-inhibitor because they may reduce the blood lowering effect of Losar. Don’t take Losar if you are allergic to this medicine or any of its ingredients, if your liver function is severely impaired, if you are pregnant or breast-feeding and don’t take this medicine during the first 12 weeks of pregnancy, in case of intolerance to some sugars, contact your doctor before taking this medicine as it contains lactose monohydrate.

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Do Tibetans, Mongolians, Xinjiangers celebrate Lunar New Year?

Do Tibetans, Mongolians, Xinjiangers celebrate Lunar New Year?

The Tibetan New Year is Losar Day, celebrated over a three day period. The Tibetan calendar is similar to the Chinese lunarsolar calendar, but not quite the same. The tibetan calendar consists of 30 day months and a year can be 12 to 13 months long. Losar usually falls on the last days of January or first days of February. This year, Losar is celebrated January 31st - February 2nd.

The Mongolian New Year is Tsagaan Sar. The CCP banned the Mongolian New Year and replaced it with "Collective Herder's Day", but the holiday was practiced again after the 1990 Mongolian Democratic Revolution. The Mongolian calendar is lunarsolar, similar to the Chinese calendar, and similar to the Tibetan calendar as that its composed of 12 to 13 months. Tsagaan Sar is first new moon two months after the winter solstice. This year, Tsagaan Sar was celebrated January 30th - February 1st.

With Xinjiang, it'd be hard to say as there are 19 distinct ethnic groups residing there... Uyghur's being the majority with 46%, followed by 39% Han... the others trailing in single digit percentages. The majority of the residents adhere to Islam. With that said, the Hijiri New Year falls on the first day of Muharram, the first month in the Islamic calendar. The Islamic calendar is lunar and is 11 to 13 days shorter than the Gregorian calendar, however it does consist of 12 months. It certainly doesn't coincide with the Gregorian calendar with regards to a new year. Days begin at the moment of sundown on one day and conclude at the moment of sundown the next. Following this rule, the calendar will differ by geographic location. Islamic year 1435 began on November 4/5 2013, Islamic year 1436 will begin October 24/25 2014.

What’s the losar festival all about?

What's the losar festival all about?

Losar is a Tebitan Buddhist festival. It is held in February and marks the New Year. The festival lasts for three days, when people go to monasteries, visit friends and family and exchange gifts.

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