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hijama wet cupping

Wet cupping, otherwise known as Hijama, is the practice of drawing out old or stagnant blood from the body for the purpose of relieving many types of ailments.

Below are some of the many conditions Hijama Therapy has been reported to help relieve, along with a description of the way in which Hijama can help with those conditions.

Both the Standard and Advanced Hijama treatments we offer combine different massage techniques with dry and wet cupping into one session, to maximise the benefits of the treatment. Our Standard Hijama treatment uses traditional massage techniques, whereas the Advanced treatment takes advantage of the highly successful Graston Techinque. This type of massage uses soft-tissue instrument - assisted mobilization to break down scar tissue and assist with relieving pain when combined with Hijama.


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Hijama Therapy has been shown to have a positive result in reducing inflammation in the body.

Due to the increased circulation caused by Hijama Therapy, the flow of white blood cells and Gama Globulin increases in the cupped area up to 4 times, which helps clear bacterial and viral caused inflammation.

Hijama Therapy can be particularly helpful with relieving chronic headaches and migraines.

Some studies have concluded that Hijama Therapy has shown a marked decrease in the severity and frequency of migraine headaches, if preformed properly.

Hijama Therapy can be used to help reduce the pain and swelling associated with arthritis.

This therapy works to heal affected areas and prevent future discomfort. Hijama Therapy is a non-invasive way to reduce the symptoms associated with arthritis and fibromyalgia, as well as increase ease of movement. 

Hijama Therapy might be beneficial in infertile women to achieve a pregnancy.

When Hijama Therapy is preformed, stagnant blood is removed which results in improved blood circulation, this in tern can help to make a women more fertile.

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