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History Of Bekam Or Hijamah

Cupping has been known since ancient times, the royal Sumerian , then continue to grow until Babylon , ancient Egypt , Saba , and Persia . At the time of the Prophet Muhammad , he uses a buffalo or cow horn, camel bone, ivory.

In ancient China they call hijamah as "care horn" for horn replaces the glass. In the period of the 18th century (13th century AH), people in Europe use leeches as a tool for hijamah. At one time, 40 million leeches imported into the country of France for that purpose. Leeches dilaparkan without food. So when attached to the human body that is sick, he will continue to suck the blood had been effectively. Once full, the leeches are not trying again to move, then fell and ended the penghisapannya.

A herbalist Ge Hong (281-341 AD) in his book A Handbook of Prescriptions for Emergencies use animal horns to membekam / remove the boil that is called the technique "jiaofa", whereas during the Tang Dynasty , cupping is used to treat pulmonary tuberculosis. In the period of the 18th century (13th century AH), people in Europe use the leech (al alaq) as a means to bruise and known as leech therapy, such practices are still done up to now.

Now the treatment is modified with a perfect and easy to use in accordance with scientific principles by using a tool that is practical and effective. Mentioned by Curtis N, J (2005), in the article Management of Urinary tract Infections: historical perspective and current strategies: Part 1-before antibiotics. Journal of Urology. 173 (1): 21-26, January 2005. That's oldest medical records Ebers Papyrus , written around 1550 BC in ancient Egypt mention the problem of cupping. [1]

Hippocrates (460-377 BC), Celsus (53 BC-7 M), Aulus Cornelius Galen (200-300 AD) popularized the direct disposal of blood vessels for the treatment of his day. In conducting the treatment techniques, the amount of blood that came out quite a lot, so it is not infrequently the patient unconscious. This method is also commonly used by the Roman , Greek , Byzantine and Italian by monks who believed in the success and usefulness.

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