What are the benefits of Chinese medicine cupping?
Cupping is mainly done by using a jar as a tool and then lowering the negative pressure inside the jar by pumping air or then, etc., so that the jar can stay on the human body surface, thus achieving the effects of moving qi and blood, dispelling wind and dispersing cold, etc. In addition to the benefits of cupping, there are of course many precautions to take, so let’s learn more about them below.
What are the benefits of cupping?
Cupping has a certain warming effect on the skin at the cupping area, and the warming effect of fire cupping is more obvious than that of gas cupping.
Cupping can make the body's qi and blood run more smoothly, and the body will feel more comfortable after cupping, thus achieving the effect of reducing human stress.
After cupping, a substance called histamine-like substance is produced due to hemolysis, which flows throughout the body with the blood, thus stimulating all organs of the body and enhancing their vitality and function.
Through negative pressure, cupping can stimulate the meridians and acupuncture points of the body, thus unblocking the meridians. When the meridians are unblocked, many diseases can be relieved to a certain extent, or even slowly cured.
Cupping can make the acupuncture points on the surface of the body congested with blood through negative pressure, and the acupuncture points are connected to the internal organs of the body through the meridians, so cupping can play a role in harmonizing the internal organs and treating diseases of the internal organs.
Cupping has a good effect on regulating herniated lumbar discs and damaged local tissues, and has a good toning effect on the diseased area.
To a certain extent, cupping can play a role in weight loss.
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