Your Ultimate Cupping Therapy Guide Present from Lierre.ca
Silicone cupping in Canada continues to gain a lot of traction among health and healing enthusiasts. For those that don’t know what cupping therapy is, we hope this cupping therapy guide can help shine a light and answer some of the most commonly asked questions about it. Cupping therapy is a form of alternative medicine, originally used in ancient times. It’s been used in Chinese, Middle Eastern, and Egyptian cultures for centuries. Cups made from glass, bamboo, earthenware, or silicone are placed on the skin and suctioned. After a few minutes, they’re removed. It’s believed to help reduce pain and inflammation, increase blood flow, improve relaxation, and is also used as a form of deep tissue massage.   Cupping can be done dry or wet using a lubricant of some kind. One method of cupping is by applying a flammable substance in a cup – like alcohol, herbs, or paper – and setting it on fire. The fire goes out and the cup gets flipped upside down on one’s skin. The air cools, causing a vacuum. Your skin rises, your blood vessels expand, and that’s that. This is the most ancient treatment version.   Another way to do this – and arguably, a modern version – is to use a rubber pump to create suction rather than fire. Using silicone cups, a therapist is provided more diversity in how they can use them. Silicone cups can be moved around the body, akin to a massage – hence the name ‘massage cupping’. When one is wet cupping, some therapists may remove the cup and use a small scalpel to make tiny cuts on your skin. A second suction is then performed, drawing out a small quantity of blood. Jade Soft™ Silicone Cupping Set 4 cups   In the average beginner cupping session, you may get one cup or up to five. It is rare for any cupping session to last longer than 7 cups. After your session is complete, you may be provided antibiotic ointment and bandages to prevent infection. Within 10 days, your skin will look back to normal.   If you’ve never had cupping therapy, you may be wondering why would anyone ever do this – well, funny you should ask. In addition to the benefits we mentioned, ranging from pain relief to a simple massage, some believe wet cupping can help remove toxins from the body.   Some of the other benefits you may find with cupping therapy is assistance in managing acne, herpes, and with pain management. Some people use cupping to supplement or support other similar treatments like acupuncture or prescription medications to help manage a vast array of different conditions.   If you’re interested in getting started with cupping therapy, you can buy high quality silicone cupping sets on-sale today from Lierre.ca. See the benefits for yourself!
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