Hijama treatment is actually a cupping therapy. It is also known as cupping therapy in the West. The part that is applied without scratching is called dry cupping therapy, and the part that is applied by scratching is called wet cupping therapy. Wet cupping therapy is the equivalent of cupping therapy as we know it. Toxic substances and abnormal blood cells accumulating under the skin are cleared from the body through these scratches. The immune system and stem cell system are activated.
With this technique, interest in this treatment has increased in the world, especially with the curiosity arising from the scars seen on the backs of Olympic athletes. And since it is an exceptionally useful treatment for many diseases, especially in the treatment of pain and strengthening the immune system, it has become popular today.