Cupping is a therapy in which a hollow vessel is attached to the skin surface by suction in order to prevent and cure disease.
From biomedical point of view, mechanical stimulation due to negative pressure in the jar activates local tissue metabolism and promotes healing response.
Cupping therapy is guided by channels theory and selecting the right point along the appropriate channel is essential. Internal disease of ten manifest on the body surface as pain or sensitivity, typically at ahshi point.
Appropriate point for treatment can generate a significant and rapid treatment effect. Persistent stimulation of the cutaneous region which has the effect of balancing the body energy. Circulating blood and dredging the channel.
Cupping has variety of therapeutic functions including inducing sweating and dispelling exogenous pathogens, relieving swelling and alleviating pain, warming the channels to expel cold promoting energy and blood circulation.
Accelerating healing regulate body metabolism, cupping soften tight muscle tone attachments, loose adhesions and lift connective tissue bring hydration and blood flow to body tissues and drain excess fluids and toxins by opening lymphatic pathways.
It wakes the body up and makes it feel invigorated, at the same time producing a profound level of healing through nervous system sedation. Use of cupping for conditions such as fever, pain, vertigo, menstruation imbalance, weakened appetite and accelerating the healing crises of disease.