Essential Preparation and Aftercare for Hijama

Before Hijama:

- It's recommended to fast for 2-4 hours before the treatment. Cupping on an empty stomach is considered best, as it is believed to be a cure and a blessing.

- Take a bath or shower before the session to cleanse yourself.

- Inform your therapist about any medications you may be taking.


After Hijama:

- The marks left by Hijama usually heal within 2-5 days, and in some cases, it may take up to 2 weeks. During this time, you can apply olive or black seed oil to the cupped areas to aid in the healing process.

- To replenish your energy levels, consider eating some dates or drinking honey with water.

- It's important to rest for the next 24-48 hours and avoid engaging in strenuous exercises.

- For the first 24-48 hours after the Hijama session, it's recommended to avoid martial relations.

- Stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water to help detoxify your body and eliminate any unwanted toxins.

- To support the healing process, it's advised to avoid consuming meat, dairy & caffeine for the next 24-48 hours.

- Applying olive or black seed oil to the cupped areas as frequently as possible can help soothe any itchiness or irritation you may experience.

- After 24-48 hours, you can take a warm shower, but be sure to avoid using any soaps or shower gels on the cupped areas.

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