Hijama, also known as cupping therapy, is an ancient alternative medicine technique that involves placing cups on the skin and creating a vacuum to draw blood to the surface of the skin. The cups used in hijama are usually made of glass or plastic, and they come in different sizes.During the procedure, the cups are placed on the skin, and a vacuum is created either by using a flame to create a suction or by using a suction pump. The vacuum created by the cups draws blood to the surface of the skin, which is helps to promote healing and improve circulation.
Hijama is used to treat a variety of conditions, including pain, inflammation, and muscle tension. It is also believed to have detoxifying effects and can help boost the immune system.
However, it is important to note that it should be done by a trained practitioner to minimize the risk of injury or infection.
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