Hijama Wet Cupping Therapy

Hijama Wet Cupping Therapy

Hijama, also known as Wet cupping therapy, is a method in which your blood is drawn toward the skin through a vacuum. The therapist puts cups having vacuum pressure inside them over your skin, and it draws blood toward the surface, removing toxins and impurities from nearby tissues.

Hijama helps treat various illnesses and is being used for decades. It has its importance in Islamic history too.

Hijama (cupping therapy) can be of two types, dry and wet.

The difference between dry and wet cupping therapy is that in that dry cupping therapy no incision is made, but in wet cupping therapy incisions are made on the skin along with vacuum pressure application.

At the end of the procedure, you will notice a bruise and discoloration of the skin because of broken blood vessels just underneath the skin. This usually heals in a matter of 2 to 3 days.

Hijama Wet cupping therapy can be used to treat:  

Blood disorders such as anaemia and haemophilia 

Rheumatic diseases such as arthritis and fibromyalgia 

Fertility and gynaecological disorders 

Skin problems such as eczema and acne 

High blood pressure 

Migraines Anxiety and depression 

Bronchial congestion caused by allergies and asthma 

Varicose veins

Hijama benefits

Several types of research on Cupping therapy has uncovered several benefits such as:

  1. Increases red blood cells (RBCs)
  2. Rids the body of toxins and excess fluids
  3. Promotes the flow of blood to muscles and tissues
  4. Regulates cholesterol level
  5. Controls high-blood pressure
  6. Stimulates the nervous system
  7. Can be beneficial for diabetic patients as it reduces blood sugar.

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