TYPES OF HIJAMAH (CUPPING)
THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF HIJAMAH (CUPPING) THERAPY
WHAT IS DRY CUPPING?
In recent years, people have been seeking alternative and holistic approaches to improve their health and well-being. One such ancient healing technique that has gained popularity is dry cupping. This non-invasive therapy involves placing cups on the skin to create suction, promoting blood flow and relieving various ailments. In this article, we will explore the concept of this cupping, its benefits, how it works, different types, preparation, the cupping process, aftercare tips, safety precautions, and more….
WHAT IS MOVING CUPPING?
“Moving Cupping is a great way to stimulate blood circulation. It helps loosen stiff muscles and relieve pain. It is also very therapeutic and relaxing. Moving Cupping is where oil is applied liberally to the skin and a cup is applied to the skin using light suction and moved in long or circular motions, while keeping the vacuum intact.” (Simply Hijama)
WHAT IS WET CUPPING?
Wet cupping, also known as “Hijama” in Arabic, has its roots in traditional medicine systems, including Chinese, Arabic, and Greek. It has been practiced for thousands of years across various cultures and has been mentioned in ancient texts dating back to the Egyptian civilization. The technique involves creating small incisions on the skin and applying suction cups to draw out stagnant blood and toxins from the body…
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