Hijama Cupping for infertility

Hijama one of the best Remedies

It is Narrated from Jabir that the messenger of Allah said:

'' For every every disease there is a remedy and when the remedy is applied to the disease it is healed by the will of Allah''

Saheeh Muslim - 5741

Abu hurarirah reported the messenger saw said;

" If there was something excellent to be used as a remedy then it is hijama i.e cupping.

Saheeh Sunan Abu Dawud - 3857

Wet cupping (hijama) - This is the process of using a vacuum at different points on the body but with small incisions in order to remove 'harmful' blood which lies just beneath the surface of the skin.

Dry cupping (hijama) - This is the process of using a vacuum on different areas of the body in order to gather the blood in that area without incisions (small, light scratches using a sterile surgical blade or).

Dry massage cupping (hijama) – This is similar to dry cupping (hijama) but olive oil is applied to the skin (before applying the cups) in order to allow easy movement of the cups.

Female infertility

  • Helps ovulation when women do not ovulate or has irregular periods

  • Treats imbalances of the thyroid gland

  • Prevents blockages and inflammation in the Fallopian tubes

  • Helps Balances the hormones in the body when imbalances cause the formation of cysts in the ovaries, also called Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)

  • Help with regulating menstruation

  • Helps with painful menstruation and cramps.

Male Infertility

  • Can help improve the quality of male sperm

  • Treats inflammation of the veins in the scrotum

  • Helps with erectile dysfunction

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Cupping Clinic

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Upton Lane: 0208 470 7999

Ruqya Line07902 714135

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