Understand that Hijama’s effect is not always instantaneous. Relief does not always kick in immediately, It is not like turning a switch on. Improvement will always be gradual and systemic. So Hijama is slow acting but long-lasting in most cases. Hijama is reconstructive and depends on the body’s natural ability to heal and rebuild itself. The difference is clear when you run laboratory blood work before and after Hijama. Most people will experience a feeling of relaxation, self-reconciliation, healing, and serenity after Hijama. 

It is important to not rush the results, otherwise, it would be like someone who eats junk food all his life and then after he quits for 3 days, He looks in the mirror and says “I still look the same, avoiding junk food did not make a difference!!”

For example, If you struggle with hypertension or slow urine flow, Relief will typically begin after 48 hours and will gradually continue to build up improvement over a month. 

Relief could be slow to the point that, A lot of people feel great a few weeks after Hijama and when you ask them why they feel this way, they could not relate their Relief to the Hijama session they had. They typically relate their improvement to a dish of salad they had yesterday or because they slept in for an extra hour last Saturday etc. If you are looking for an on-the-spot, immediate Relief, Hijama might not be the right modality for you due to its excretory and constructive nature. 

Getting worse before getting better is rare but possible. Imagine an overall health score of 5 out of 10. After Hijama that health score could drop down to 4 out of 10. A few days later, it gets back up to 5 out of 10. Then, slowly, after a few more days, it gets up to 6 out of 10 and then 7 out of 10, then 8. According to a study that measured the effect of Hijama through blood work in the lab, Improvement kept building up, up to 45 days from the day subject had their Hijama session.

Yet there are cases when someone might get Hijama done and experience no difference. There are 3 reasons for that: First reason, is that when someone is at their optimal health, sometimes there is not much room for improvement via means of Hijama. Hijama in this case can help maintain when has been achieved and slow down aging but it is not going to add miraculous powers. The Second reason is because of a lack of knowledge on the Hijama Practitioner side in identifying the points that should be addressed. For example, If someone has neck pain, It could be because of referred pain originating from this person’s gallbladder or pancreas that is affecting the phrenic nerve. In this case, Hijama cups should be placed in a way that addresses the gallbladder or pancreas, not the neck. If the neck is addressed, the client will feel temporary relief and then shortly after, will be miserable again. This is why we emphasize that you must go to your doctor only for diagnosis and treatment. The Third reason is that Hijama is different than massage for example. You may not always feel different, yet doing blood work before and after Hijama can show a significant difference.