Is Cupping/Hijama Safe?

Cupping – otherwise known as Hijama – is an ancient therapeutic practice that has stood the test of time and has become well-renowned for its profound holistic benefits. The benefits are undeniable, but is this traditional treatment safe? In short, the answer is yes, as long as it is carried out by skilled and experienced practitioners in a safe environment such as The Cupping Clinic.

What Is Cupping?

High-quality Cupping cups are placed onto the skin creating a vacuum-like suction. The gentle suction motion brings stagnant blood and toxins to the surface of the skin, encouraging the body’s natural healing process by facilitating the removal of these toxins. This process leaves marks on the skin, but they fade quickly and are nothing to worry about.

Safety Precautions

Here at The Cupping Clinic, your safety is our main priority so you can rest assured knowing you are in the best hands. We use premium-quality sterilised equipment to prevent chances of infection and our skilled therapists have a wealth of experience in cupping health and safety protocols. The treatment has minimal side effects such as temporary marks or mild discomfort.

The Research

Research shows that cupping is a safe tool that produces profound benefits for pain management and improves blood circulation. Individual responses can vary which is why we take the time to understand points of significance about your lifestyle and health.

Book an appointment with The Cupping Clinic today and experience the transformative benefits of the ancient art of cupping for yourself.

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