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اشتري الآن
الحجامة وصية منسية ( إنجليزي )
الموضوع: الطب , الطب النبوي
التجليد: غلاف
السعر: 85.00 ج.م
سعر الموقع: 60.00 ج.م
السعر: 4.86 $
سعر الموقع: 3.4 $
الكود: 10769
عدد المشاهدات: 1304
المزيد من التفاصيل:
سعة الكرتونة: 46 نسخة
عدد الصفحات: 240
سنة الطبعة: 2007
سنة الإصدار: 2007
رقم الطبعة: 1
الوزن: 365 ج
المقاس: 17 × 24 سم
I.S.B.N : 977-342-394-8
Cupping [ Hijama Therapy ] is a marvelous procedure for eliminating stagnation and improving blood flow, especially in the back. The practitioner creates suction in a cup; the skin gets sucked up and rises under the cup as blood rushes up. Cupping is an ancient practice that became increasingly available to the public. Although, it recently gained publicity in the western world and the United States, cupping is one of the most famous medical recommendations of Prophet Muhammad . This book is an in-depth study of the medical importance of this great missing Prophetic recommendation that is found to be in perfect accord with modern medical science. It identifies and treats the basic tenets of this true Faith in the light of current knowledge. It is written with the general as well as the specialized reader in mind. The book was inspired from my Islamic belief and my scientific background and therefore, it has two characters: a religious and a scientific one. Many cupping practitioners had reported that the most important mode of action in cupping is regarded to be the balance and improvement of immunity. However, studies in this area were mostly clinical observations and there was no specific research regarding the mechanism by which cupping therapy exerts its effect as an immune modifier. Therefore, it is my pride and pleasure to bring into light the results of my thesis which is a study done for the first time on the concept of cupping therapy based on basic immunologic principles. This book identifies cupping and bloodletting therapies. It describes clearly more than ten types of cupping, and emphasizes in detail its popularization in history and the importance of cupping in treating many diseases. It gives considerable insights into the simplest and most efficacious way of not only treating diseases but also keeping a healthy body and recommends this easy-to use therapy particularly in situations in which our present science has little to offer. There are no negative side effects other than some temporary cup-shaped marks on your skin. Moreover, it is cheap to administer. If you like to know more about cupping, continue reading!!
- Acknowledgments ……..
- Preface ……..
Chapter 1: Meanings & Definitions ……..
I. What Is Cupping? ……..
1. Wet or Dry? ……..
2. Virtues of Cupping ……..
3. Other Names for Cupping ……..
II. What Is Bloodletting? ……..
1. Types of Bloodletting ……..
2. General Bloodletting ……..
3. Local Bloodletting ……..
III. The Old Philosophical System of Cupping & Letting ……..
Chapter 2: Cupping According To Sunnah ……..
I. Sayings of the Great Prophet Muhammad ? ……..
II. Deeds of the Great Prophet Muhammad ? ……..
Chapter 3: Cupping over the Centuries ……..
I. Early History & Ancient Practice ……..
1. Among Ancient Egyptian ……..
2. As a Part of East Asian Medicine ……..
3. In Early Greeks ……..
4. In Greco-Roman Medicine ……..
II. Medieval Practice ……..
III. Modern Times ……..
1. Cupping in Public Baths ……..
2. Barber- Surgeon Guild Develop ……..
IV. In European and American Medicine ……..
V. Cupping in Islamic Society ……..
VI. Women & their Practice of Cupping ……..
Chapter 4: Islamic Contribution ……..
I. East Meets West ……..
II. Islamic Medicine Influences ……..
1. Ibn Sina [Avicenna 980-1037] ……..
2. Al-Zahrawi [936-1013] ……..
3. Al-Razi [865-925 AH] ……..
4. Ibn- Al Quff [?-1286 AD] = [-685 AH] ……..
5. Ibnul- Qayyim [1291-1350 AD] = [691-751 AH] ……..
III. Islamic Medical Manuscripts ……..
Chapter 5: Prosperity & Decline ……..
I. Prosperity of Cupping ……..
II. Beginning of Decline ……..
III. Causes of Decline ……..
IV. Cupping Death ……..
Chapter 6: Renaissance of the Age- old Technique ……..
I. Old Treatment, New Trend ……..
II. New Public Interest in Cupping ……..
III. Scientific Community Reacts to Cupping ……..
IV. Cupping Today ……..
1. In china ……..
2. In Germany ……..
3. In United States ……..
4. In Ethiopia ……..
5. In Canada ……..
6. In Finland ……..
7. In Mongolia ……..
8. In Vietnam ……..
Chapter 7: Equipments Used for Cupping ……..
I. Early Cupping Tools ……..
II. The Horn Method ……..
III. Types of Cups ……..
1. Bamboo Cup ……..
2. Pottery “Ceramic” Cup ……..
3. Metallic Cup ……..
4. Glass Cup ……..
5. Cup with Squeeze Rubber Top ……..
6. Rubber Cup ……..
7. Screw-top Cup ……..
8. Valve Cup ……..
9. Cup with Magnetic Head ……..
10. Electric Cup ……..
IV. Sucking Methods ……..
1. Fire Cupping [Traditional Cupping] ……..
2. Air- Extracted “Valved Pump” Cupping ……..
V. Cupping Sets ……..
VI. Modern Cupping Tools ……..
Chapter 8: Equipments used for Bloodletting ……..
I. The Lancet ……..
II. The Scarificator ……..
Chapter 9: Cupping Techniques ……..
I. Simple [Dry] Cupping Techniques ……..
1. Momentary [Flash or Quick] Cupping ……..
2. Retained [Sustained] Cupping ……..
3. Sliding [moving] Cupping ……..
II. Combined Cupping Techniques ……..
1. Bloodletting Cupping [BLC] ……..
2. Needle Cupping ……..
3. Moxa Cupping ……..
4. Herbal Cupping ……..
5. Water [Liquid] Cupping ……..
III. Who Performs Cupping? ……..
IV. Advantages in Using Cupping ……..
V. Cupping Complications ……..
Chapter 10: Areas to be Cupped ……..
I. Cupping Points & Their Therapeutic Effects ……..
1. Local / Painful Points ……..
2. Distal / Remote Points ……..
II. The Back as a Mirror of Internal Organs ……..
III. Cupping Points & their Diagnostic Value ……..
IV. The Back as a Diagnostic Field of Work ……..
Chapter 11: Cupping in Health & Diseases ……..
I. Therapeutic Benefits of Cupping ……..
II. Indication for Cupping ……..
1. Cupping for General Heath Promotion ……..
2. Diseases that Responds to Cupping ……..