Andai therapy is a traditional therapy combining body, mind, and language with Mongolian characteristics. In the form of singing and dancing, it is widely popular among people of all ages in Mongolian areas of Inner Mongolia. According to Mongolian medicine, Heyi is one of the three elements of human body, and it can maintain life activities, promote blood circulation, and improve the functions of the sensory and mental consciousness. Andai therapy stimulates the whole body nerves and Heyi through music and dance, improves Heyi and blood operation, strengthens physique, improves immunity, effectively promotes physical and mental health, and plays a role in preventing and treating diseases. Objective. In this study, gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS) was used to explore the mechanism of Andai therapy, so as to provide a new research direction for taking targeted prevention and treatment measures for diseases. Methods. Using gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS) on all its cases baseline plasma to the targeted metabonomics testing, the differential metabolites of the experimental group (receiving Andai therapy) and control group (without receiving Andai therapy), analysis-related metabolite function, and screening of metabolites and related pathways through adjusting mechanism to explore the related factors are compared, to study the mechanism of the influence of Mongolian medical Andai therapy on the metabolism of different healthy people. Results. The differences in metabolic numbers between the experimental group and the control group are 114, such as cyclohexylamine chlorinated acid, 2,4-2 aminobutyric acid bitter almond alcohol, l-methyl inosine, 2-picolinate, and 2-hydroxy-2-glutaric acid metabolite content of the control group that are significantly higher than the experimental group, experimental group's other substance content is significantly higher than that of the control group, and two groups' metabolite content was obviously different. The number of differential metabolites between the female experimental group and the female control group was 119, and the number of differential metabolites between the male experimental group and the male control group was 48.