Hijama Therapy

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Hijama Cupping Therapy

Hijama Cupping Therapy

What Is Hijama?

Hijama’ is a Arabic word derived from ‘Hajm’ which means ‘sucking’. Cupping (hijama) is the process of applying cups to various points on the body by removing the air inside the cups to form a vacuum.

Treating diseases by cupping known as hijama is a very ancient technique which was used by various Arab countries in the middle east.

Hijama cupping therapy is part of prophetic medicine (Sunnah Medicine), and is capable of treating a wide range of diseases and physical issues.

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What Is Hijama?

Hijama is a treatment method that has been applied since ancient times. Cupping
therapy, which is also supported by modern medicine, is a treatment performed by
experts today with positive results.
In hijama, which is a kind of acupuncture method, it is aimed to remove the toxins
accumulated in the capillaries from the body with the help of vacuuming by creating
small cuts on the skin. With this treatment, it helps to get rid of the bad effects of
heavy metals, toxins, drugs and foods that the body cannot remove.
Hijama application, which provides resistance by cleaning the body, is done without
pain, pain and rest. The patient does not experience any bed rest, job loss, and does
not affect his daily life.
Hijama session, which lasts for 15-30 minutes, is mostly done on the back area. If
necessary, it can be applied to different parts of the body.

Benefits Of Hijama Treatments?

It regulates blood circulation, purifies toxins and provides a detox effect,
It strengthens the immune system,
It helps to open the blockages in the capillaries,
Provides elimination of hormonal disorders,
Fibromyalgia, head, neck, back and waist pains,
Menstrual irregularity, sexual impotence or reluctance,
Migraine and sinusitis,
edema in the muscles,
Psychological problems such as chronic fatigue, depression, anxiety,
Hijama treatment is effective in accelerating development in children.
Hijama reduces high blood pressure by cleaning the blood in the veins,
It is good for calcification, low back stiffness and low back pain.

How Often Should I Do Hijama Therapy?

We don’t normally prescribe the frequency of hijama cupping. Some people like to come every month, some every three months, some every six months and some every year. We leave it to you to decide how it best fits in with your personal regime.

Dose It Hurt?

No. But sometimes there is discomfort and in the first day or so afterwards the cupped area may feel a little itchy. We recommend using black seed oil, olive oil or argan oil for up to seven days after the session.

Do You RE-USE The Cups And Scalpels (Blades)?

No. We use the Hijama cups, scalpels (blades) and acupuncture needles once only and then dispose of them using a UK-registered Clinical Waste Contractor.

When Should Hijama Be Done?

Hijama applications for maintaining the general healthy state of the body and for
detoxification should be applied on certain days of each month. Scientifically, this
requirement is the days when the gravitational force of the moon, the satellite of our
world, is the highest. These days are between the days following the full moon
sighting. Known as circumcision cupping and Hz. Hijama practices advised by the
Prophet Muhammad (SAV) coincide with these days. The 17th, 19th and 21st days of
the Hijri months are the days of applying hijama.
Specific days are not defined for hijama applications for the purpose of removing
therapeutic and toxic substances and deposits. In other words, treatment should be
planned and applied immediately in cases deemed appropriate by the physician and
who apply due to illness.

Can I Bring My Own Cups Or Needles?

We do not allow this, based on our hygiene rules.

Can We Take Photos And Videos In The Session?

We do not allow clients to take photos, film or videos.

What's The Point Of The Clinical Waste Contract?

It is vital that all UK hijama practitioners have a Clinical Waste Contract with a Clinical Waste Company at all times to ensure

Proper disposal of cups, blades, toxins, blood etc by incineration

The reputation of Hijama in the UK is protected and enhanced

How Long Dose A Session Usually Last?

Up to 40 minutes.

What should I Do Before Hijama?

1. Be hungry for at least 3 hours.
2. Do not be tired before Hijama. Hijama on a rested body.
3. Do not have sexual intercourse for at least 24 hours.
4. Avoid animal foods (meat, chicken, fish, milk, eggs, etc.) for at least 24 hours.

What Should I Do After Hijama?

Do not eat anything for at least 2 hours. Then for the honey syrup.
1. Do not eat a heavy oily meal after hijama
2. Do not eat salty and spicy foods (pickles etc.)
3. Do not sleep within 3-4 hours after hijama
4. You can take a warm shower after 12 hours. Apply centaury oil to the scarred area after
5. Avoid physical work that makes you sweat for 24 hours (You may get itchy)
6. Do not have sex for 24 hours
7. Avoid animal foods for 24 hours

Not Applicable Situations?

 Thrombophlebitis,
 Active wounds.
 Surgical wounds.
 Decompensated heart disease.

 Anemia (hemoglobin below 9.5 mg/dl).
 Hemophilia.
 History of bleeding/coagulation disorder.
 In case of use of antiaggregant drugs.
 Cups cannot be applied directly on the hair.

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