What is Hijama Treatment?
Hijama is basically a blood letting detox process, which, is the process of removing the accumulated toxic substances in the areas determined by the physician. It is the process of removing the accumulations that prevent the healthy communication of the organs above the 12 communication orbits in our body. The cup size to be used is determined according to the application site and the complaints of the case. When it is ensured that enough toxic substance has been removed, the process is terminated and the application site is duly closed.
Considerations in Hijama treatment?
Animal food intake should be stopped 2 days before the application and this limitation should be maintained for 24 hours after the application, but the application should not be made without food or water. St. John’s wort (Hypericum perforatum) oil applied for 24 hours.
How Is Hijama Treatment Performed?
The patient is laid down or seated in a suitable position and a position where the person will feel comfortable is created. After the skin is cleaned, it is applied to the relevant area for at least 5 minutes in the form of dry mug application with sufficient vacuum. In this way, the existing hilts (toxic substances) are brought closer to the skin surface. Negative pressure areas provided by disposable and suitable quality cups are created in the skin from right to left parallel to each other with sufficient depth and length (only dermis and epidermis) with cutting tools prepared in accordance with disposable sterile skin incisions after dry cup application. The release of toxic substances should generally not be observed without applying vacuum. Seeing blood coming out at the same time as the incision usually means that the incision is not appropriate and deep. So a cupful of blood is usually unexpected. The aim is to remove harmful and toxic substances from our body and to remove the blockage in the pathways of the 12 meridians that provide news communication between all our bodies. Taking out too much blood will not be different from taking blood from a vein. Blood-Letting Cupping application is a scientific application that requires knowledge and skills. In this way, people will find healing.
Are There Any Risks of Having Hijama Treatment?
It is legally and legally correct to perform Blood-Letting application by qualified medical doctors who have received medical training in human body physiology, physiopathology, anatomy, sterilization, skin care, wound treatment. Blood-Letting applied using appropriate sterile conditions and disposable sterile materials does not cause a problem as long as the rules of asepsis and antisepsis are followed. The size and number of cups in practice are determined by the need of the case. The number of trophies is certainly not an important criterion. Especially in cases with weak body structure and anemia, keeping the number of cups high causes the person to feel bad and medical problems such as hypovolemia occur. Unfortunately, practitioners other than medical doctors can cause problems in our society from time to time. These people, who make important applications, are effective in the formation of negative results. Blood-Letting Cupping applied for therapeutic purposes is targets to relieve pain in the related area, increase blood supply and remove accumulated toxic substances. Blood-Letting is an application made with the advice of the Prophet Muhammad (SAV) for religious purpose that includes certain regions, which is usually applied in the spring months and should be applied with an odd number of cups.
When should Hijama be done?
Hijama applications for maintaining the general healthy state of the body and for detoxification should be applied on certain days of each month. Scientifically, this requirement is the days when the gravitational force of the moon, the satellite of our world, is the highest. These days are between the days following the full moon sighting. Known as relegious purpose blood-letting practices advised by the Prophet Muhammad (SAV) coincide with these days. The 17th-19th and 21st days of the Hijri months are the days of applying Blood-Letting.
Certain days are not defined for Hijama for the purpose of removing therapeutic and toxic substances and deposits. In other words, treatment should be planned and applied immediately in cases deemed appropriate by the physician and who apply due to illness.
Why should we do Hijama Treatment?
We must have it done to cleanse our body of toxic and harmful substances that we take from the outside and created by our cells. In addition, regular Hijama (also called as ‘wet cup’) application is necessary for a healthy body in order to ensure that the transmission energy pathways are active so that all our organs and systems can communicate with each other comfortably.
What is the effect of Hijama on our body?
It allows us to have a healthy, resistant and lively body. Removal of toxic substances and heavy metals from the body causes an increase in mental and physical activity.
Who shouldn’t receive Hijama?
It is not applied to patients with blood coagulation problems.
Will there be any scars on the body after Hijama?
After the correct application of Hijama no traces remain on the body.
How is the Hijama day determined?
Unless there is an urgent need for application, cupping should be started when the moon, the satellite of the world, begins to shrink after it becomes a full moon. This time period is the period when toxic substances (hilts) in our body are closest to the skin surface with the effect of the Moon’s gravitational force.
In which areas is Hijama applied?
Hijama blood letting points made for the religious purpose is applied to the areas specified by the Prophet Muhammad (s.a.v). Hijama applications for therapeutic purposes are applied to the representation areas of the relevant organs in the body and to special points in the relevant region.
The Hijama, wet cupping application fee applied by the medical doctor, which is suitable to be done using disposable and sterile materials, is determined according to the material, number and duration of the use.
What is the average application time?
Average application time is between 30-45 minutes.
Issues to be considered before and after the application?
Animal foods should not be taken 2 days before and 1 day after the application. If the patient who is a Muslim, it is appropriate for him to take ‘abdest’ to pray and ask for healing during the application. In non-Muslim cases to be treated with Blood-Letting, there is nothing to be considered except the intake of animal food part.