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Benefits of Hijama
Benefits of Hijama
Posted by bizzarium on 06.05.2024, 07:14 1033 1

Benefits of Hijama: An Ancient Practice with Modern Applications

Benefits of Hijama, hijama also known as cupping therapy, is an ancient practice that has been used for centuries to promote health and well-being. It involves creating suction on the skin using cups, which is believed to draw out stagnant blood and toxins, improve blood circulation, and relieve pain and inflammation. While hijama is rooted in traditional medicine, it has gained popularity in recent years as a complementary therapy for a wide range of health conditions.

benefits of hijama

 

Benefits of Hijama

  • Opens blockages in the capillaries.
  • Removes gases and toxins from the blood and tissues.
  • Increases natural cortisone. This has been proven in clinical studies. This reduces or even eliminates painful conditions after hijama.
  • Dissolves stiffness and edema in the muscles.
  • Stimulates the organs responsible for blood production.
  • Strengthens the immune system and gives resistance to the body.
  • It is an effective treatment method without side effects in relieving pain.
  • It relieves pain due to stiff back, joint pain, headache, waist-neck hernia and calcification.
  • It is effective against anxiety disorders, depression and fears.
  • It helps in the treatment of spleen and liver diseases.
  • It helps to regulate blood pressure. If those with blood pressure disorders do fasting and intestinal cleansing, blood pressure is brought under control without any side effects.
  • It helps in the treatment of capillary blockages and cardiovascular diseases.
  • It is effective against poisoning.
  • Increases intelligence, memory and comprehension. Increases attention.
  • It is good for boils, pimples, cysts and tumors.
  • As in the acupuncture technique, it regulates the flow in the energy pathways that provide communication between the brain and the organs on the skin.
  • Regular head hijama prevents forgetfulness and strengthens memory.
  • Especially in children, head hijama helps to maximize the use of brain capacity.