Hijama (bleeding) is a therapeutic method widely used in prophetic medicine to cure many aches and pains. Also called “cupping therapy” or extraction by suction cups (incisiotherapy), this ancestral practice has evolved in an increased way in recent times.

Hijama is a natural technique of ancestral care, very widespread at the time of the Prophet Mohammed, and whose benefits are precious for the state of health of each individual, able to allow him to regain strength and vitality and to provide him with an enormous welfare.

It consists of making small superficial incisions in very specific places and depending on the disease to be cured. Then, the practitioner applies a suction cup to the incised part in order to extract blood, which helps relieve patients of their various pains.

Nowadays, this practice has become more and more famous and attracts patients of all categories.

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