What is Hijama:

Hijama is a prophetic medicine and natural therapy that can detoxify all your major organs with no side effects. Hijama in (Arabic: حجامة)‎ means ” to suck” also in traditional medicine known as wet cupping, where toxic blood is drawn by vacuum from a small skin incision for therapeutic purposes. It is reported that the Prophet Muhammad ﷺ peace and blessings be upon him said, “Indeed the best of remedies you have is Hijama, and if there was something excellent to be used as a remedy, then it is Hijama.” Please note that it is done as a spiritual and religious practice only.

Frequently asked Questions (FAQs):
Hijama is a very simple procedure. It can be a bit uncomfortable but not painful if performed by a trained and certified Hijama Cupping Therapist. As a matter of fact, some patients have said it feels like a massage or feel ticklish while getting Hijama performed.
Yes, you can book an appointment online by our online booking form
Hijama can be a source of physical, psychological and spiritual healing (including metaphysical issues).
As we know prevention is better than cure. Hijama is the best way to detox and stimulate all your major organs and is sunnah to get hijama each month, The best part is that by performing hijama you are also getting the reward of reviving this beautiful sunnah. Please note that there are at least 38 authentic ahadith related to hijama. Please read the “Benefits of Hijama” at the following link click here to see some of the ahadith regarding hijama.
Please make sure that the Hijama is only performed by an experienced, trained, and certified Hijama therapist. Hygiene is very important specially when dealing with blood. Cups should always be new and disposed of properly. We only use nitrile, latex and powder free gloves to avoid latex allergies.
We require you to pay £29 per person to cover our costs (hijama supplies, surgical blades, license fees, biohazardous waste collection, and other expenses)
The report narrated by Bukhaari (2102) and Muslim (1577) from Anas ibn Maalik (may Allaah be pleased with him) who said: Abu Taybah treated the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) with cupping and he ordered that he given a saa’ of dates (1800 grams of Date is one Saa’).
It is recommended not to shower for 24 hours after hijama. It is better to take a shower before coming for hijama. Wear loose and comfortable clothing.
A healthy person should repeat it every 3-4 months for a general detox. However, if you have any health issues like high blood pressure, migraines, diabetes, fertility issues, pcos, auto immune disorders, rheumatoid arthritis, or any other issues then a treatment plan will be created based on the needs of the patient.
Healing Crisis is a medical term which is a normal reaction that some of the patients will go through after their initial treatment. A healing crisis, or healing reaction, is a temporary worsening of symptoms that occurs when the body is going through the process of healing itself through the elimination of toxins. It occurs when the body “retraces” old injuries, wounds, infections or other imbalances from its past. Usually the patient starts feeling better after 3-4 days.
Hijama is like your flu shot. It is best to get Hijama regularly as a preventive. Most importantly you will get the reward of reviving a forgotten sunnah insha’Allah.
If you are pregnant or have a pace maker fitted or currently on any form of blood thinning medication, please contact us so we can advise
Yes, for ladies there is completely separate arrangement and hijama is only performed by our senior consultant Gemma or another fully qualified female member of the team for ladies. For men the hijama is performed by a qualified and experienced male member of the team.
Yes, hygiene and cleanliness is very important to us. We ensure that we keep ample supply on hand and use only new cups and sealed surgical blades for every patient. We never re-use the cups or surgical blades. They are disposed off in front of the patient after every use.
Hijama usually takes anywhere between 45 to 60 minutes.
Most people feel energetic and revived after hijama.

No, hijama only removes the toxic blood from your body that is around the tissues and organs. The intravenous blood is not touched or drawn during hijama. After donating blood most people feel light headed or weak, on the contrary, after hijama, one feels very light and energetic in most cases.

In most cases yes. However, sometimes you see the positive effects of hijama after few days. Please refer to the above question regarding “healing crisis”.
It is highly recommended that you should get hijama performed on an empty stomach based on the following hadith. Ibn Umar reported that the Messenger ﷺ said, “Cupping (hijama) on an empty stomach is best. In it is a cure and a blessing” (Ibn Majah 3487). In addition, sometimes you can feel nauseated during hijama and it is imperative that you are empty stomach to avoid stomach contents to enter the lungs, potentially blocking airflow and putting patients at risk for serious infections like pneumonia.