Quite unknown until recently to most of us living in the West, cupping therapy is an alternative healing method long been used in China for over a millennium. Ancient texts reveal that different styles of cupping techniques might actually be more ancient — perhaps as far back as 3000 B.C. Why? Because cupping therapy offers a wide range of health benefits that more often than … Continue reading
To most people living in the West, cupping therapy was relatively unknown until recently. This ancient healing technique has been used in China since around 1000 B.C. although some documents show that certain forms of cupping practices might actually be more ancient — probably dating as far back as 3000 B.C.
Cupping therapy offers a wide range of health benefits that often outweighs current conventional … Continue reading
The ancient Chinese, like a lot of ancient civilizations, spent most of their time working in the fields or hunting for food. At the end of the day, their hard labors have inflicted their bodies with various pains and aches. Technology then wasn’t like what we know today and people were mostly poor. So they had to find the least expensive way to treat themselves … Continue reading
One of Traditional Chinese Medicine’s most widely used therapies is cupping. It involves the local suctioning of the skin through the use of mechanical devices (electrical pumps or hands) or heat (fire). Cupping is a method that’s deemed to help cure insomnia, relieve joint and muscle pain, enhance blood circulation, and extract toxins.
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