Hijama Therapy or Wet Cupping
Wet cupping is also known as Hijama (Arabic: حجامة means "sucking") or medicinal bleeding, where blood is drawn by local suction from small skin prickings.
The first reported usages are found in the Islamic hadith, sayings attributed to or describing the actions of the Islamic prophet Muhammad SAW.
Hadith from Muhammad al-Bukhari, Muslim ibn al-Hajjaj Nishapuri and Ahmad ibn Hanbal support its recommendation and use by Prophet Muhammad SAW. As a result, wet cupping has remained a popular remedy practiced in many parts of the Muslim world.
In Finland, wet cupping has been done at least since the 15th century, and it is done traditionally in saunas. The cupping cups were made of cattle horns with a valve mechanism in it to create a partial vacuum by sucking the air out.
Cupping is still practiced in Finland as part of relaxing and/or health regimens.
1) Pain management - migraine, joint and gout pain
2) Regulate blood pressure, can help improve circulation, promote stress reduction and relaxation, and much more.
3) Improve muscular and joints mobility
Hygiene is our top priority.
We use disposable cups and disposable lancing tips.