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What are the benefits of hijama cups?

The hijama cups are a healing tool that has been around for thousands of years. If you have never heard of them, they are small metal cups that have been used in traditional Middle Eastern medicine since ancient times. I’ve always been intrigued by the concept of hijama cups, but it wasn’t until recently that I decided to try them out for myself. After using these magical little devices for only two weeks, I noticed some pretty incredible changes happening on my body! Here’s what happened when I used hijama cups for 20 minutes every morning:

Hijama cups are a safe and effective way to remove toxins from your body. They’re easy to use, with minimal training required. You can use them at home, on yourself or someone else, for a wide range of body parts.

Hijama cups have been used for hundreds of years in the Middle East as part of traditional medicine practices. The practice involves placing one or more glass cups on the skin and applying pressure via an elastic bandage or hand pump until they fill with blood (or other fluids). This process helps improve circulation while also removing impurities from deep within pores–an effect similar to what happens when you get a massage!

How do I use hijama cups?

  • Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water.
  • Fill the cup with warm water, making sure it’s not too hot or too cold for your skin (you can test this by placing the filled cup in a cool place for a few minutes).
  • Place over the affected area and leave for 10 minutes or longer if possible (it’ll depend on what kind of issue you’re treating). Remove from skin and dry thoroughly before repeating steps 2-4 again until you’ve completed three rounds of treatment on each side of your body (front/back)

What time of day should I use my cup?

Hijama cups can be used at any time of day, but it’s best to use them in the morning before eating or drinking anything. If you have a cup that has been soaked overnight, it will be ready for use as soon as you wake up. The same goes for those who have purchased a dry cup: just fill it up with clean water and wait until you’re ready to begin.

If your schedule doesn’t allow for this kind of routine, there are still options available! You can also use your hijama cup in the evening before bed if that works better with your schedule (or even during work breaks). Some patients choose to keep their cups filled throughout the day so they always have one ready when needed–this way there’s no need for extra preparation each time!

Lastly–and perhaps most importantly–it is advisable not only before exercise but after as well too because this helps flush out toxins from our bodies which may otherwise build up over time causing various health problems such as kidney stones etc…

How often should I use my cup?

The frequency of use depends on what you are using it for. If you are using it to detox, then use it daily. If the purpose is to address pain, then weekly is recommended. For general health maintenance and prevention, monthly is best.

We hope this article has given you an idea of what it means to use hijama cups. Hijama can be an exciting new way to improve your health, but only if you know what you’re doing! We hope that the information we have provided here will help guide you in making informed decisions about whether or not this therapy is right for you.