Hijama Therapy

What is Hijamah/Cupping?

Hijama cupping is a therapeutic approach that utilizes specially designed cups positioned on different areas of the body. These cups are used to induce localized congestion by creating a vacuum through a specialized pump. This method encourages improved circulation in these specific regions, potentially resulting in the appearance of bruising as it draws toxins to the surface of the skin. This specific variant of the practice is referred to as “dry hijama” or “dry cupping.”

Wet hijama cupping shares a resemblance to the dry hijama method, with the inclusion of an extra step. Following the initial cupping, small superficial incisions are made on the skin’s surface, creating minor punctures. Subsequently, the cups are reapplied, generating negative pressure that extracts unhealthy and toxic blood.

The importance of hijama cupping is emphasized by its endorsement by Prophet Mohammad (peace be upon him). He regarded it as one of the most effective remedies and it is well-documented in Islamic traditions as a strongly recommended practice. This highlights the significance and profound importance of this remarkable Sunnah (tradition).
The importance of hijama cupping is emphasized by its endorsement from Prophet Mohammad (peace be upon him), who described it as one of the most effective remedies. It is well-documented in Islamic traditions as a highly recommended practice, highlighting the profound significance.

The Healing Power of Hijama/Cupping Therapy

Hijama, also referred to as cupping or phlebotomy therapy, represents an ancient remedial approach with a storied legacy spanning both Eastern and Western cultures. It boasts a profound history of application in addressing an extensive spectrum of medical conditions. These encompass blood-related ailments, such as haemophilia and hypertension, in addition to rheumatic afflictions like arthritis, sciatica, dorsal discomfort, and debilitating migraines. Notably, this therapeutic modality confers psychosocial advantages by contributing to anxiety amelioration and the holistic enhancement of one’s corporeal and cerebral well-being.
Cupping exercises the potential to facilitate corporeal weight reduction by effecting the expulsion of aqueous retention and the diminishment of cellulite. It adeptly eradicates lipids, detritus, and the accrued burden of toxins from the organism’s biological substrata. This course of action further augments the quantum of erythrocytes and leukocytes, subsequently steering the acidic sanguine fluid towards a more equilibrium state, veering towards neutrality or alkalinity. Consequently, the practice of hijama engenders a setting characterized by heightened alkalinity, thereby instigating the enhancement of hemal circulation throughout the entirety of the corporeal structure.
The predominant aim of hijama or cupping is the elimination of potentially injurious vital fluid from the organic vessel, consequently diminishing the propensity of diverse manifestations and elevating comprehensive wellness. This sanguinary depuration bestows an array of advantages, given that a considerable portion of maladies originates within the vital fluidic realm.


Beauty Therapy

Hijama, or the art of cupping therapy, boasts remarkable applications in the domain of aesthetics. It fosters the secretion of hormones, augments hemodynamic flow, and facilitates the propulsion of bodily humors through the intestines and inner organs. This intricate process contributes significantly to the expulsion of deleterious toxins, a paramount pursuit given that these toxins expedite the aging trajectory and exacerbate various deleterious health afflictions.
The bona fide practice of hijama/cupping therapy confers a state of equilibrium upon the entire corporeal entity. The aging trajectory undergoes acceleration when individual cellular entities undergo desiccation, or when subjected to excessive solar irradiance. Renal frailty may likewise precipitate the aging process, culminating in parched and impaired tresses, premature graying, or alopecia. Disturbances in the feminine constitution can manifest as early harbingers of climacteric, characterized by episodes of hyperthermia, nocturnal diaphoresis, and cutaneous desiccation. The mere application of superficial balms to the integument or hair follicles falls short of addressing the underlying etiologies of these predicaments.


Benefits of Hijama / Cupping

Cupping therapy offers a wide range of potential health benefits, including but not limited to:

  • Enhancing overall health
  • Alleviating pain
  • Improving physical and mental health conditions
  • Providing stimulating and strengthening effects
  • Boosting the immune system
  • Enhancing blood circulation
  • Detoxifying the body
  • Purifying the blood
  • Sharpening eyesight
  • Enhancing memory
  • Improving intellectual functions
  • Reducing stress
  • Increasing the body’s ability to fight infections and tumors
  • Easing depression and sadness by releasing brain chemicals
  • Supplying oxygen, hormones, and enzymes to local tissues and joints
  • Allowing for the elimination of substances causing pain by up to 80%
  • Strengthening the body’s natural resistance to illnesses
  • Removing poisons from bites and other sources
  • Allowing tissues to release toxins and expel them through the skin’s surface (detoxification)
  • Enhancing blood and lymph flow to specific organs and activating their functions
  • Relieving muscle spasms, hardness, or stiffness
  • Easing muscular pains by relaxing spastic muscle fibers
  • Reducing unwanted side effects of drugs, eliminating their residues, and lowering the risk of drug toxicity
  • Addressing stagnation areas in the body, where blood accumulates, proven to be beneficial to the entire system.


Since the inception of the art of hijama, also known as cupping therapy, a plethora of physicians and erudite scholars have diligently conducted extensive research and empirical investigations in this realm. Their endeavors have resulted in the creation of a myriad of scholarly tomes on this subject matter. Below, we shall delve into a compendium of ailments and maladies that the practice of hijama, with the grace of the Divine (insha’Allah), can potentially alleviate and rectify:

  • Alleviation of Pain and Immunological Disorders
  • Mitigation of rheumatism, a condition characterized by excruciating joint discomfort.
  • Palliation of severe headaches and debilitating migraines.
  • Amelioration of knee roughness, improving joint flexibility and function.
  • Reduction of oedema, a condition marked by the abnormal accumulation of fluids leading to tissue swelling.
  • Alleviation of sciatic pain, a malady associated with nerve distress.
  • Relief from chronic back pain, offering respite to sufferers.
    Attenuation of neck and shoulder pain, enhancing overall comfort.
  • Mitigation of gout, a condition resulting in swollen joints due to an excess of uric acid.
  • Management of rheumatoid arthritis, a chronic autoimmune ailment.
  • Potential alleviation of hemiplegia, a paralysis affecting one side of the body.
  • Management of quadriplegia, a condition leading to paralysis in all four limbs.
  • Enhancement of the immune system to combat deficiencies.
  • Reduction of muscle spasms, offering relief to individuals.
  • Improved blood circulation and mitigation of circulatory problems.
  • Relief from tingling sensations in the arms and feet.
  • Alleviation of abdominal pain, offering comfort to patients.
  • Management of Chronic Afflictions and Diseases
  • Treatment of hemorrhoids, a painful rectal condition.
  • Resolution of anal fistulas, promoting rectal health.
  • Potential alleviation of prostate and erectile dysfunction.
  • Management of chronic respiratory conditions and persistent coughs.
  • Regulation of hypertension or high blood pressure.
  • Mitigation of stomach disorders, including ulcers and gastritis.
  • Management of renal (kidney) diseases.
  • Alleviation of irritable bowel syndrome.
  • Regulation of chronic constipation and diarrhea.
  • Potential relief from depression and insomnia.
  • Mitigation of psychological and nervous conditions.
  • Management of angiospasm and arteriosclerosis.
  • Alleviation of excessive sleep and food allergies.
  • Resolution of sores and abscesses
  • It is important to note that the effectiveness of hijama or cupping therapy may vary among individuals, and it is advisable to seek counsel from a certified healthcare professional.
  • Gynecological Conditions
  • Potential management of hemorrhage, addressing issues of vaginal bleeding.
  • Regulation of amenorrhea, dealing with the absence of menstrual periods.
  • Resolution of brownish secretions during menstruation.
    Potential amelioration of menstruation-related problems.
  • Management of ovarian stimulation.
  • Relief from post-womb operation pain.
  • Potential assistance with infertility issues.
  • Enhancing Ear, Nose, and Throat Health and Memory
    Potential enhancement of retinal conditions.
  • Improvement in cases of blurred vision and ocular issues such as glaucoma and cataracts.
  • Regulation of tonsillitis and alleviation of hearing weakness.
  • Management of tinnitus and nasal sinus problems.
  • Relief from neuritis and general awareness enhancement.
  • Mitigation of general memory loss and clinical memory deficits.
  • Assistance in addressing muteness and convulsions.
  • Treatment of mental retardation and atrophy, characterized by the loss of brain cells.
  • Aiding Heart, Skin, and Diabetes Conditions
    Potential assistance with infertility in both men and women.
  • Management of thyroid diseases.
    Mitigation of heart ailments.
  • Regulation of diabetes.
  • Resolution of liver and gallbladder diseases.
  • Alleviation of varicose veins, varicocele, and elephantiasis.
  • Assistance with weight management, including overweight and underweight concerns.
  • Potential alleviation of cellulite.
  • Management of thyroid disease.

Before Treatment

Before the scheduled appointment:
Abstain from food and beverages for a minimum of 3 hours.
Procedure for Therapy:
Complete a comprehensive intake document.
Engage in a discussion with the practitioner.
Thoroughly sanitize and purify the specific areas designated for cupping.
Apply the cups to the specified regions, evacuate air to establish a vacuum, thereby stimulating localized numbness and accumulating deleterious blood in proximity to the affected area or organ.
Gently abrade the upper epidermis of the skin before repositioning the cups.
Steer clear of exposing cupped regions to water; refrain from showering or bathing for a full day.
If cupping has been applied to the head, avoid washing your hair or the scalp for a duration of 48 hours.
Administer black seed oil to cupped areas across the body, excluding the head, thrice a day during the initial days, then reduce to once daily until the marks vanish.
Maintain a 24-hour period of celibacy (extend it to 48 hours if the head has undergone cupping).
Abstain from vigorous activities and heavy lifting for a period ranging from 24 to 48 hours.
In case of fatigue, refrain from consuming red meat and dairy products for a day.
Distinct cupping points on the body are designated for each ailment or medical condition.
Scientific research has indicated that the blood renews itself every three months, with some body areas experiencing stagnation. To promote overall well-being, it is advisable to undergo hijama therapy every quarter, effectively eliminating the accumulation of toxins.

We are grateful for the chance to gain your confidence and deliver top-notch service to you.

We at Hijama Cupping Clinic

Key To Cure offers a distinguished and expertly holistic provision, with a primary focus on bestowing remarkable attention to our patients. We approach each person with unparalleled individuality, meticulously shaping their treatment strategy to harmonize with their precise requisites.
Our assembly of Accredited Therapists in Hijama (ATH), comprises well-versed, accredited, and comprehensively indemnified experts who exude fervor for supplying diligent and conscientious care while tending to patients. These professionals hold registration with the General Regulatory Council for Complementary Therapies (GRCCT) and further maintain membership in the Hijama Nation Association (HNA). They serve as preeminent counselors for holistic hijama under the aegis of GRCCT and the Federal Regulatory Council (FRC) within the governmental structure of the United Kingdom.

At Key To Cure, we subscribe to the tenet that recuperation is a divine benediction from Allah, the ultimate curer. Embracing this fundamental faith is imperative for our patients, as the very essence of recuperation emanates from this core belief.
The well-being and requisites of our patrons command the highest precedence within our practice. Our therapists are ardently committed to the fulfillment of these exigencies, which has culminated in a substantial proportion of our clientele revisiting for subsequent consultations and advocating our services to others.


Our Policy


(Cupping / Hijama )


Per Session£35

This is a painless treatment, but some people may call it slightly uncomfortable, specially the people who are very sensitive.

It can take up to 45mins depending on how many cups you need.

The best days are Mondays, Tuesdays, & Thursdays, and if these coincide with the 17th, 19th and 21st of the islamic month then the Prophet sallahu alayhi wasalam has said ‘It is a cure for every disease’ (please refer to hadeeth section)

There are 5 sunnah points, two on the upper back, two on the sides of the neck, and one on the top of the head.

It all depends on what you are suffering from and how long you have had that condition, every individual is different. It is recommended if you have a ongoing illness, then you should have hijama/cupping performed regulary until the illness is cured inshaAllah then, after that once every three months as a prevention. If you are fit and healthy and just want it for sunnah reasons then, once every three months is recommended as a prevention for all illnesses inshaAllah.

The Prophet sallahu alayhi wasalam said to have hijama performed on an empty stomach (alaa ar-areeq), this is best for treating any illness. Ref Sunnan Ibn Majah 3488
Also before having a blood test or minor surgery the doctors/nurses ask you to fast.

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