Friday, December 23, 2016

Diskolarasyon sa balat pagkatapos isagawa ang cupping

Sa patuloy na pagtalakay tungkol sa cupping  nais ko lang na idagdag na sa natalakay ko sa mga nakaraan di nabigyan ng diin na mayroong diskolarasyon na nangyayari sa balat kapag ginagawa ang cupping .  

Sa  larawan sa itaas makikita ang mga  kulay ng balat , kapag naisagawa ang cupping sa balat . Makikita dito mula sa normal at healthy  blood ciculation  tungo sa  kakulanagan ng Qi o dugo. 

Sa pinaka - severe stagnation isinasagawa ang tinatawag na wet cupping na kung saan inaalis ang mga patay na dugo sa pamamagitan ng pagbutas ng maliliit sa balat upang maipalabas ang maruming dugo na di dumadaloy sa balat. 

Sa larawan ito yong resulta  pagkatapos na isagawa ang cupping sa likod . Dito makikita ang mga ibat ibang kulay ng balat na resulta ng cupping . Ang mga kulay na ito ay nawawala naman pagkatapos ng ilang minuto o sa loob ng isang araw.  

 Ang video sa itaas ay pinakikita naman ang tinatawag na wet cupping o hajima.  Dito  kahit hindi matindi ang blood stagnation  na kulay sa balat ay isinasagawa at pumapayag naman ang pasyente. 

Sa kabuoan ang cupping ay nakakatulong na mahusay na daloy ng dugo at nagpapa relax sa mga lugar na stiff ang balat o mga masel ng katawan.  

Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Research on "cupping"

What is cupping?

Cupping is one of the oldest methods of traditional Asian medicine. The earliest recorded use of cupping dates to the early fourth century, when the noted herbalist Ge Hong wrote about a form of cupping in A Handbook of Prescriptions. Later books written during the Tang and Qing dynasties described cupping in great detail; one textbook included an entire chapter on ¡°fire jar qi,¡± a type of cupping that could alleviate headaches, dizziness and abdominal pain.

Originally, practitioners would use hollowed-out animal horns for cups, and place them over particular points or meridians. Today, most acupuncturists use cups made of thick glass or plastic, although bamboo, iron and pottery cups are still used in other countries. Glass cups are the preferred method of delivery, because they do not break as easily as pottery or deteriorate like bamboo, and they allow the acupuncturist to see the skin and evaluate the effects of treatment.

What does it treat?

In Asia, cupping is used primarily to treat respiratory conditions such as bronchitis, asthma, and congestion; arthritis; gastrointestinal disorders; and certain types of pain. Some practitioners also use cupping to treat depression and reduce swelling. Fleshy sites on the body, such as the back and stomach (and, to a lesser extent, the arms and legs), are the preferred sites for treatment.

Is cupping safe? Does it hurt?

While cupping is considered relatively safe (especially air cupping, which does not include the risk of fire and heat), it can cause some swelling and bruising on the skin. As the skin under a cup is drawn up, the blood vessels at the surface of the skin expand. This may result in small, circular bruises on the areas where the cups were applied. These bruises are usually painless, however, and disappear within a few days of treatment.

In addition, there are several instances where cupping should not be performed. Patients with inflamed skin; cases of high fever or convulsions; and patients who bleed easily, are not suitable candidates for cupping. Pregnant women should not have cupping on their stomach or lower back. If the cups are being moved, they should not cross bony areas, such as the ridges of the spine or the shoulder blades.

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