Hijama (cupping) and Loss of Pressure

Greetings, dear readers Though this post may be shorter than usual, we hope that it will serve its purpose by providing you with information about the effects of lost pressure within a Hijama cup and reassuring others who may have interpreted signs of pressure loss as something malign in nature, such as a physical or … Continue reading Hijama (cupping) and Loss of Pressure


Hijama (cupping) and Side Effects

Greetings, dear readers Hijama would probably be categorised as a minimally invasive procedure in the same way that key-hole surgery and the use of a hypodermic injection would be. This means that, although incisions are made in the skin, they are too small to be considered part of an invasive procedure, such as organ transplants … Continue reading Hijama (cupping) and Side Effects

#How to maximise a Hijama (cupping) session

Greetings, dear readers This is our tenth post and we have already covered so much! Hopefully by now, we all understand that one of the aims of Hijama is to remove waste, including cell debris, toxins and excess interstitial fluid or carbon dioxide, from the body rather than 'bad blood'. And that we, at Pure … Continue reading #How to maximise a Hijama (cupping) session


Hijama (cupping) and Frequency

Greetings, dear readers So far, we have covered some fairly heavy Hijama-related content, such as its physiology, the relevance of pathogens and antibodies, the dangers of neglecting clinical hygiene and the effects of negative pressure and inflammation on the body. This week, we have decided to ease up a little by focusing our discussion on … Continue reading Hijama (cupping) and Frequency


Hijama (cupping) and the Risks of Re-Use

Greetings, dear readers At Pure Therapy, our goal is to provide a safe and hygienic service for our patients. This may sound like an obvious part of the practitioner – patient agreement. However, not all Hijama therapists uphold this part of their contract and neglect its importance. One of the ways that they place their … Continue reading Hijama (cupping) and the Risks of Re-Use