Frequently Asked Questions-FAQ's
Most frequent questions and answers
To Book a Session Click on the Book Now Button which will take you to the section with all packages please choose your required package and make the payment. After payment you will be redirected to bookings page where you can schedule your session.
In Dry Cupping the cups are placed on your body but there is no removal of blood from your body whereas in Wet Cupping the toxic blood is extracted from your body and safely disposed.
Yes, Cupping therapy is being practiced for more than 1000s of years now and has shown many benefits with good results. There is no harm caused to your body and the session is completely safe for you. But still if you are unsure or want to double check you can reach out to us and we will help you in getting your answers.
In Wet Cupping the Impure blood is carefully extracted from your body. In this process blood will be taken from the body but you need not worry as this isn’t dangerous and the Blood which is extracted is full of impurities. We are just removing the impure blood from your body so you need not worry about blood loss in this process.
In wet cupping scars are made on your body to extract impure blood so you might experience a very minute pain which is similar to a pinch. It won’t be uncomfortable for you and if at all you experience any kind of pain please inform the therapists and they will handle you accordingly with utmost care.
In the Wet Cupping Therapy treatment, we strictly only use surgical-grade blades. These are designed to prevent scarring due to the narrow and light blades. This leaves scratches superficial and decreases the healing time significantly as opposed to using non-surgical-grade equipment. They are also designed to prevent a deep incision which again, allows the healing time to decrease significantly. The scars will disappear within few days of the session.
Please call/text on +91 7032407568 or send an email to email@example.com and we will be glad to answer any questions you might have related to Cupping Therapy.