Dry cupping effects; benefits


The Effects of Dry Cupping on the Human Body

The physician has only one task, to heal, and if he succeeds in this, it is irrelevant how he succeeded in it!


Dry cupping effects

The effects of cupping therapy are varied. You can often recognize it by a

pleasant fatigue that occurs immediately after cupping. Hence, you should

not deny the patient a potentially therapeutic sleeplike rest afterwards, to allow

the possibility of far-reaching regulating processes to take effect.

The regulating effect of cupping manifests in patients in a renewed responsiveness

to therapies that had previously become ineffective. We can also

observe increased resistance against infectious diseases.

Cupping therapy stimulates the body’s defense in general, as a result of

which inflammations are stopped or prevented. The healing of many diseases

is clearly accelerated or the complaints are at least alleviated.

Most visible are the effects of cupping in:

• Acute and subacute bronchitis.

• Angina.

• Influenza.

• Pneumonia.

• Major common colds.

A cupping treatment applied on the first or second day brings substantial improvement

for the patient in a short time, and recovery can be observed almost

immediately. The healing process is smooth and without complications

common in treatment with medicinal drugs.

Even in cases where the patient comes for treatment only in the delayed

stage, cupping therapy is recommended for fast recovery and prevention of

secondary complications. Grogginess disappears quickly in difficult cases,

and you will notice an increase in the will to recover and in vital energy.

✓ There is no other diseasewhere the therapist succeeds as quickly as in diseases

of the respiratory organs. Hence, these are the true domain of cupping.

✓ In addition, disorders of the digestive tract, kidneys, or urinary tracts, as

well as cardiovascular diseases also respond well to cupping therapy.

✓ Chronic diseases that manifest in different forms and locations are a difficult,

but also rewarding field for cupping therapy.

When applied at the right locations, cupping relaxes the muscles, widens

the blood vessels, and stimulates circulation. This allows for a faster elimination

of pain-causing substances, as a result of which pain is reduced.

Similarly, essential nutrients are transported more rapidly to the location of

the disorder by the increased circulation. This encourages the natural healing


Patients who had been taking strong analgesic drugs for years became almost

pain-free or at least able to greatly reduce the amount of pain killers

they were taking after a few cupping treatments. Patients suffering from insomnia

were finally able to sleep well or at least better after treatment.

Again and again, we are surprised by the improvement in subjective general

health in most patients, often manifesting already after a single treatment.

As I observed in many cases in my practice, patients feel substantially

fresher and more productive.

✓ A great advantage of cupping therapy is the fact that it can be combined

with other therapies and that patients require neither bed rest nor any

other special care in the course of treatment. During this time, they are

able to pursue their jobs and any other activities.

Nevertheless: While cupping therapy does not cause any harm, it must still

not be applied uncritically or indiscriminately because of this. Every case requires

a precise indication in the treatment with cupping.


Dry cupping effects

“The art of cupping” consists of the multiplicity of options we have for

influencing the whole body. The therapist not only treats by means of suction

cups and strengthens the body’s resistance against disease, but also makes a


Just as in any other art, though, those who want to apply the “art of cupping”

must first master its techniques and acquire a certain amount of

knowledge. When skillfully administered, cupping can certainly be seen as

an extension and enrichment of our modern medicine.

Cupping by nature focuses on infectious and functional diseases. While we

cannot cure organic changes with cupping, we can at least improve the functional

disturbances that are caused by diseased organs.

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