My name is Marie-Agnes, French born, I am not a Muslim. I grew up in a catholic family, but I am not a catholic either, I have my own religion and ethics in life.
However, I have been introduced to Hijama by a friend of mine and after reading more about, I was immediately attracted by this simple and effective medicine.
It reminded me some treatments which were administered during the middle age in Europe. I thought that removing the blood to get rid of toxins and force the blood to renew was a very straight forward way to get rid of unwanted wastes in the body and produce a new clean blood.
I decided to give it a go, having huge tensions and pain in my shoulder.
The first few sessions, I was bleeding a lot and the blood was very dirty. I felt a little relief afterwards.
Then Umm Amaar (of Hijama Nation) suggested that I should do Hijama on my head to speed up the process and help cleanse of toxins.
This session was a key one and after the head cupping, the heaviness of my shoulder vanished, it was such a relief! Like when you remove the cork lid of a bottle with gas and the gas can get out.
Few weeks after this session when Umm Amaar asked me if I still have pain, I had already forgotten about it and asked: “Which pain????”
I want to say a big thanks to Umm Amaar as she is a very kind person, devoted to her mission to help people. I always felt safe into her hands, she is very professional and clean and I noticed that she never chose the easiest solution for her but for the best interest of her patients.
I am thinking of the day she suggested to do some wet cupping on my head as I was due for a simple dry massage cupping.
I know she offered it to me as it was the best for me but I know that was much more work for her.
Again I highly recommend Hijama Nation to everyone and Hijama is a natural and old remedy which is worth trying, I never had any adverse reactions to it.
I quite enjoyed the relief felt after the sessions.
Marie-Agnes, London, UK 2012
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