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Scientific Basis of Cupping : Dr moin bubere, The revival clinic Mumbai india

Scientific Basis of Cupping :

Dr moin bubere,
The revival clinic
Mumbai india

Some of the scientific aspects regarding the mode of action of Al-Hijamah (CuppingTherapy) as follows:

Al-Hijamah (cupping therapy) is the process to extractnitrate toxicosis in humans which occurs through enterohepatic metabolism of nitratesto ammonia, with nitrite being anintermediate.

Nitrites oxidize the iron atoms inhemoglobin from ferrous iron (Fe2+) to ferriciron (Fe3+).
An Egyptian Physician Dr Sahbaa has written that Cupping exerts marked improvement onthe clinical condition of patients especiallyvisual analogue scale of pain, it significantlyreduces the laboratory markers of diseaseactivity and it modulates the immune cellularconditions particularly of innate immune response NK cell % and adaptive cellularimmune response SIL-2R.

Dr. Katase from Osaka University maintained that Hijamah (cupping) influences thecomposition of blood as it increases red andwhite blood cells and changes acidic blood into alkaline or neutral blood, resulting in itspurification. It also cleanses the body ofaccumulated irritants that cause inflammation.

In the British Medical Journal Feb. 23, 1924 P;352, Dr Robert J. Simons (French) hasconcluded that cupping is worthy of a place in modern therapeutics on the basis of followingreasons:
After performing cupping, we observe thatthe coloring of the skin changes from clearpink to dark red, due to extravasation ofblood from the capillaries into the flesh. This deep tissue blood falls into decay, the redglobules break up and set free the antitoxinsthat impregnate them.

Besides that, weobserve extensive polynucleosis, whichenables the patient to resist infectiouspathogens. In surgery, cupping is used in the treatment of deep abscesses, boils, andanthrax after the incision. It draws up thematter, almost without pain, and allows rapidhealing of the wound.

In the Internet Journal of Alternative Medicine.2007. Volume 4 Number 1, it is stated: At a biological level, similar to acupressure andacupuncture, cupping therapy works bystimulating or activating (1) the immunesystem; (2) Enkephalin secretion; (3)neurotransmitter release; (4) vasoconstrictionand vasodilatation, and (5) the gates for pain in the CNS which interpret the pain sensation(NIH Consensus Development Panel, 1998).

Lastly, it is believed that stimulation of cuppingpoints can lead to the pain gates beingoverwhelmed by the increasing frequency ofimpulses, ultimately leading to closure of the gates and hence reduction in pain (Oumeish,1998; Cad well, 1998).

In the American Journal of Chinese Medicine,Vol. 36, No. 1, p 42, it has been written thatthe mechanism of wet-cupping is dominatedby influences in neural, hematological, and immune system functioning.In the neural system, the main effect is likelyregulation of neurotransmitters andhormones such as serotonin (of platelet),dopamine, endorphin, CGRP (Calcitoni-GeneRelated Peptide) and acetylcholine. Moreover, it seems that wet-cupping has an effect on thenegative charge of neuronal cells.In the hematological system, the main effect islikely via two pathways: (a) regulation ofcoagulation and anti-coagulation systems(e.g., decrease in the level of hematological element such as fibrinogen), and (b) decreasein the HCT (Hematocrit), followed by increasein the flow of blood and in the end organoxygenation.In the immune system, the main effect is likelyvia three pathways:

1. Irritation of the immune system byproducing local artificial inflammation,followed by activation of thecomplementary system and increase inthe level of immune products such asinterferon and TNF (Tumor Necrotizing Factor);

2. Effect on the thymus;

3. Control of traffic of lymph and anincrease in the flow of lymph in lymphvessels. Now let us revive the forgotten Sunnah of OurBeloved Prophet and get blessings of Allah inthis world and Hereafter.

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