Hijama is an ancient spiritual healing technique that originated from 3 different continents; Africa, China and Persia. [check] The practice was once very widespread across the world including in European countries such as Poland and Italy.

Cupping Focuses on 2 Matters

  1. Increasing blood circulation and extracting toxic blood from the physical body.
  2. Releasing negative energies from the meta-physical body.

In the modern era, a special plastic cup is applied on the body and suction induced. This triggers blood circulation and begins to release stress built up in the body. For wet cupping, small scratches are then made on the surface of the skin and the cup and suction re-applied. This allows the toxic blood from under the surface of the skin to be extracted from the body. The suction from the cups also pulls negative energies out of the meta-physical body hence improving overall well-being.

Dry Cupping (Fixed)

Cups are placed on the body and suction applied resulting in better blood circulation. Many illnesses are caused due to blood not flowing through our organs properly therefore our organs function with a lack of nutrients transported by blood.

Moving Cupping

Oils such as olive oil is applied on the body and a cup with moderate suction is applied on the body. The therapist will move the cup across the body in order to produce a massage effect. This is especially beneficial to relax tense areas of the body.

Wet Cupping (Hijama)

Initially dry cupping is conducted. Thereafter, tiny scratches are made to the surface of the skin and the cup re-applied on the body. This allows toxic and stagnant blood to be excreted out of the body.

Cupping can help to overcome many illnesses including:

  • Headaches and migraines
  • Backaches, neck aches and joint pains
  • Skin conditions (eczema, acne, cellulite)
  • Bad blood circulation
  • Asthma

 

Hijama is not suitable for:

  • Pregnant women (in most cases)
  • People with heart pacer
  • People with bleeding disorders
  • People suspected of haemorrhage of any kind.
  • People who are under 18 years old.
  • People prone to excessive bleeding after trauma or spontaneous bleeding
  • People with organic cardiac problems
  • People with inflamed organs or patients whose organs have been perforated, for example, gastric or duodenal ulcers where bleeding is present
  • People with severe anemia or very weak patients
  • People who are susceptible to bleeding profusely (Hemophiliacs)
  • People on anti-coagulant medication
  • People with very thin skin – for example, elderly patients, patients on steroids
  • People with HIV/Hep B/Hep C or any other communicable diseases
  • Areas of open wounds/rash/lesions/burns

 

Prior to Hijama

  • Do not eat any food 2 hours prior to your appointment
  • Shower as you won’t be able to shower for 24 hours after session

 

After Hijama

  • Do not sleep for 2 hours after Hijama
  • Do not do any physically exhausting activities for 24 hours after Hijama
  • Do not shower for 24 hours after wet cupping as it will sting you.
  • Eat a meal to increase your energy levels after session
  • Coloration and incisions will generally heal with 1-2 weeks

 

To Book an Appointment:

Yasmine – 07914 807 802 / yasmine@sunnahhealthcare.co.uk
Adda – 07803 772 619 / adda@sunnahhealthcare.co.uk [Ruqyah Assisted Hijama]

Suhaib – 07872 451 961 / suhaib@sunnahhealthcare.co.uk [Ruqyah Assisted Hijama]

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