Cupping is a traditional Chinese medicine technique used by many TCM practitioners for changing a patient or as part of an existing treatment. Technology affects the flow of Qi and blood throughout the body, or meridians.
Cupping was originally called horn of treatment, but there are differences in other countries like Greece, France, Italy, Turkey, Eastern Europe and even as far taken to South America. Cupping long history of use in practice, acupuncture also should be noted, however, can be seen as the treatment itself.
Cupping distributed and moves the qi and blood through the exercise of the suction and pressure in the specified area. Cupping is mainly used when the qi is blocked at certain points, or be seen in the stagnation of qi in the body surface of its interior. For instance, cupping can be used to these conditions as cold wind , which was adopted in Chinese medicine that exogenous pathogens that affect the body of the lungs. Thus, cough, congestion can be treated, and tightness in the chest.
Cupping is a safe, non invasive, and economical to use, they use to treat a variety of conditions such as colds and flu, respiratory infections and problems with internal organs. Recently, the excavation has been in the media for muscular pain, bone pain and cramping, especially in the back and shoulders. Cupping stimulates micro-circulation in the local environment.
The treatment begins with a comprehensive diagnosis of the patient through questioning, pulse and language tests and other methods. The objectives of traditional Chinese medicine is to balance and improve the flow of Qi and blood. When the qi and blood, had been influenced to either cold or injury), stagnation of blood (Pain.
Sealskin vacuum, a flame from a burning cotton ball with a clamp in position and an inverted cup (see above images to create identified). When oxygen is depleted in the cup, glass cup directly on the skin that defines the place of a hangover. Often, the skin inside the cup is growing rapidly with suction. There are also cups available that create a manual hand pump instead of the traditional burning of aspiration. Cupping is usually a painless procedure.
Acupuncturist's may also prescribe herbs, dietary changes, health and other recommendations, along with treatment.
Cupping causes blood to the surface of the skin characterized by redness, swelling and bruising may appear circular. This information should be within a couple of hours or days.