The word ‘Hijama’ means ‘drawing out’ in Arabic. It’s a non-surgical procedure, where the toxic blood is drawn out from the body.
Hijama is an ancient Arabic therapy for treating many illnesses by applying vacuum stimulation to certain points of the body, causing local tissue congestion, in which a healing effect takes place. Hijama is a safe, non-invasive and economical way of curing and preventing many diseases. And one of the best forms of body detox. Hijama is also known as Wet Cupping.
Wet Cupping / Hijama is performed by placing a cup on the skin, and the skin is pulled in it through creating a vacuum inside the cup. A superficial incision is made in the same area after a few minutes, and the blood will be allowed to accumulate inside the cups. Blood out each time varies from person to person, less is 100 to 200 milliliters & more is 400 milliliters,” the expert also admitted that “blood donation of 200 to 400 milliliters is harmless to human body & also helps in improving the immune system.”
Hijama is safe, reliable and effective. After treatment, you will feel relaxed and improves metabolism and blood circulation. Hijama allows a clear shallow and deep muscle tissue toxins release while boosting the immune system.
Following are scientifically proven benefits of Hijama:
- Improves blood circulation.
- Fights against dermatological diseases.
- It helps prevent liver diseases.
- Treats gastrointestinal diseases.
- Heals rheumatic diseases organically.
- It helps the nervous system.
- Pain alleviation
- Detoxification purposes
- Maintaining the balance of physiology and homeostasis
- Stimulates the body’s own innate healing mechanisms.
- Treat Herpes Zoster
- Facial Paralysis
- Cervical Spondylosis
- Blood Disorders such as Anemia & Hemophilia
- Arthritis and Fibromyalgia
- Fertility and Gynecological Disorders
- High Blood Pressure
- Anxiety and Depression
- Bronchial Congestion
- Allergies and Asthma
- Varicose Veins
- It eliminates weaknesses in the body.
- Cures fevers and much more.
Certain patients should not have a Hijama procedure, including people who have:
- Underlying health conditions
- Inflamed skin
- Epilepsy or convulsions
- Pregnant women