As a naturopath, nutritionist and healer I was intrigued to explore the scientific reasons why the ancient art of cupping or Hijama therapy was so effective in treating a whole host of ailments and illnesses.
The wet cupping I found particularly fascinating and was curious to know more about the blood which was being extracted via the cup from various areas of the body.
From this viewpoint I started analysing the blood under dark field and light field microscopy.
This proved very insightful and proved to me something I had suspected.
The dry layered blood sample viewed under light field microscopy consistently showed high concentrations of toxic metals and chemicals, as well as showing evidence of bacterial and parasitic activity.
The appearance of the live blood under the dark field microscope showed that there were high concentrations of acids and inflammatory proteins often refer…