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32 Pcs Cupping Therapy

32 Pcs Cupping Therapy

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Cupping Therapy is a modern adaptation of the traditional cupping therapy, where specially designed cups made from plastic are used to create a vacuum on the skin's surface. This therapeutic technique is similar to traditional cupping but offers some unique advantages due to the material used.

Key Features:

  1. Plastic Cups: Plastic cupping sets are lightweight and portable, making them convenient for both practitioners and individuals seeking self-treatment.

  2. Suction Effect: The cups are applied to the skin, and a vacuum is created using either a manual hand pump or a mechanical suction device.

  3. Types of Cupping: Like traditional cupping, plastic cupping includes dry cupping and wet cupping (with bloodletting). However, plastic cups are often preferred for dry cupping due to their ease of use and ability to create a strong suction.

  4. Targeted Therapy: Plastic cupping therapy can be applied to specific areas of the body to address various health concerns, just like traditional cupping.

  5. Improved Blood Circulation: The suction effect of the plastic cups helps stimulate blood flow to the treated area, promoting healing and oxygenation of tissues.

  6. Muscle Relaxation: Plastic cupping therapy helps release muscle tension and knots, providing relief from stiffness and discomfort.

  7. Transparent Cups: Many plastic cups used in this therapy are transparent, allowing the practitioner and the individual to observe the skin's reaction during the treatment.

  8. Non-Invasive: Plastic cupping therapy is generally considered safe and non-invasive when performed by a trained and qualified practitioner.

How Plastic Cupping Therapy Works:

  1. The practitioner or individual applies oil or lotion to the skin to create a smooth surface.

  2. The plastic cup is placed on the skin, and the vacuum is created either by manually pumping the cup or using a mechanical suction device.

  3. The cups can be left in place for a few minutes or moved across the skin's surface in a gliding motion to cover larger areas.

  4. After the treatment, temporary marks or "cupping marks" may appear on the skin, which usually fade within a few days.

Plastic Cupping Therapy is gaining popularity due to its convenience, effectiveness, and ease of use. However, as with any therapeutic technique, it's essential to consult with a qualified practitioner before undergoing plastic cupping therapy, especially if you have any medical conditions or concerns.


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