Hijama Wet Cupping
Wet Cupping also known as Hijama involves firstly the process of Dry Cupping massage and Dry Cupping (please refer to our Dry cupping link if you'd like further information).The process of dry cupping is firstly performed and left on the skin for about 3-5 minutes. This then numbs the skin in preparation for Hijama Wet Cupping. The dry cups are then removed from the areas and then using a small scalpel blade superficial cuts are made on the first layer of the skin. The cup is placed back onto the area and using negative pressure capiliaric blood is forced out. this removed stagnated blood from the areas of discomfort and increases the flow of detoxified blood, allowing fresh nutrients and oxygen to reach those areas and giving instant relief. This result in increased elasticity of your muscles and better performance of body organs.
Hijama Wet Cupping helps treat:
- Back and neck pains
- Stiff muscles
- Sore joints
- Encourage blood flow
- Reduces pain and inflammation
- Migraines & Head Aches
- Rheumatic diseases such as arthritis and fibromyalgia.
- Fertility and gynecological disorders.
- Skin problems such as eczema and acne.
- Anxiety and depression.
- Blood stagnation
- High blood pressure.
- Sedate the nervous system (which makes it an excellent treatment for high blood pressure).
- Menstrual cramps,PMS and other OBGYN issues
Many people associate Hijama with the clearance of toxins and morbidities from the body via the microcirculatory system and they would be correct in their thinking! however there is more to Hijama than simply removing blood stasis. It allows the clearance of any occlusions in the lymphatic ducts which are part of the greater lymphatic system.
As blood is drawn into the cups here at Cura Co we take pride in clients hygiene and safety. Cura uses only disposable products and equipment for each treatment. We dispose of all cups economically after each serviced re stock our equipment regularly to ensure each client recieves a new and satisfied experience.