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Our Mission & Vision

At Hijama Clinic our mission is to help revive the practice of Hijama Cupping also known as 'wet cupping'.

Cupping has been practiced throughout the world historically. Including in Europe, China, Africa and even ancient Egypt. And although still practiced in some parts of the world today, it has fallen into decline in the West, for various reasons. We aim to explore this topic further. As we believe Hijama Cupping still has an important part to play in our overall well-being today.

OUR WEBSITE

Sunnah Remedies

There are four main areas of resource on our website.

What is Hijama?

Learn about different types of cupping, medical studies into Hijama and the numerous health and well-being benefits of Hijama.

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Herbal Remedies

Explore the natural benefits found in foods such as Dates, Olives, Black Seed and Talbina, as recommended in Hadith

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Ruqyah

Learn about the various issues relating to 'black magic' such Sihr, Jinn Possession and Evil eye as mentioned in the Sunnah.

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Find a Therapist

We have trained over 1200 Hijama practitioners from around the world. Hundreds have listed their clinics on our website.

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INTRODUCTION

Hijama in Islam

Our aims

There are many remedies mentioned in the Quran and Sunnah and each has its own merits. The greatest remedy we have for issues pertaining to the heart and mind, is the Quran. However in the present age we find some people have fallen into extremes. They either depend upon contemporary medicine alone, or at the other extreme shun modern medication altogether. At Hijama Clinic we endeavour to have a progressive attitude towards medicine. Our approach is to work with the best knowledge from all fields for the benefit of the patient.

Good health is a blessing from Allah Almighty, as mentioned in the Hadith of the Prophet (saw). Ibn Abaas reported: The messenger of Allah (saw) said, There are two blessings in which many people incur loss, good health and free time. [Sahih Bukhari]

Modern medicine

When looking into traditional remedies it is important to remember that they were contextual to the time and location they were being used in. Although the Prophet (saws) may have made reference to some of the best remedies available at his (saws) time, he (saws) did not exclude modern medicine and the benefits it brings. So, one should not become narrow minded in terms of just sticking to herbal or traditional cures when what may actually be needed is a visit to the doctor and some x-rays or an operation!

The Quran

The Quran is the hearts medicine - an antidote and a cure for the body. And We send down from the Quran, which became a shifaa' (a healer). [Surah Al-'Israa, verse 82]

In this verse Allah uses the word "Shifaa'" (healer) and not the "Dawa" (medicine). The word "Shifaa'" (healer) is refering to the definitive results, whilst 'the medicine' may or may not heal the problem.

Ibn Qayyum (a great Islamic scholar and medical expert) in his book Zadul Ma'ad said the Quran is the perfect healer of all heart related diseases in the physical world and the hereafter.

The Messenger (saw) said, For every disease there is a cure so if the medicine comes upon the disease it cures it by the will of Allah, the Most High. [Sahih Muslim - 5741]

2024 Calendar

Next Course Dates

29 Jun
1 Day Hijama Cupping Course, Sweden

09:30 - 18:00

Malmo, Sweden

30 Jun
1 Day Hijama Cupping Course, Sweden

09:30 - 18:00

Malmo, Sweden

27 Jul
1 Day Hijama Cupping Course, Sweden

09:30 - 18:00

Malmo, Sweden