Cupping is a therapeutic method, which has been used for thousands of years, and carried out in various cultures, due to its proven effects.

The benefits of cupping therapy
As a result of cupping therapy, blood supply is increased, and old, previously stagnant blood begins to circulate. In this way, toxic waste substances are dissolved, and circulated through the blood, where they can easily be excreted from the body. Considering this, it is important to drink plenty of fluid following the therapy.

Due to the increased blood circulation, strained muscles become more supple, reducing muscle tension and pain. Just as diseases related to the inner organs show signs on the skin surface, certain skin stimuli can affect the internal organs in a phenomenon known as cutivisceral reflex. In this way, cupping therapy can positively impact the internal organs. Following the therapy, some blue flecks may appear on the skin surface and urine may be darker in colour. These are all positive signs of healing and detoxifying reactions.

The effects of cupping therapy include the following:
-Stimulation of blood circulation, metabolism, and lymph flow
-Regulation of energy pathways
-Stimulation of organ reflex zones on the skin
-Strengthening and detoxification of the connective tissue
-Loosening strained and painful muscles

Without a doubt, cupping therapy fulfills the body’s natural desire to maintain or restore health. Due to its reliable and rapid effect, it can also be used as an asset and supplement for other healing methods.