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Cupping is an ancient tradition that dates back to 1000 BC where practitioners in China would use cupping as a method of expeling the body of toxins. It is a safe, non-invasive and an inexpensive technique that has been used throughout the centuries to treat colds, lung infections and problems within internal organs. 🤯
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When toxins or cell waste stagnate in the muscles,  the body has a difficult time disposing the waste causing the body to experience discomfort. The stagnation can be caused by a number of different reasons, poor circulation in a localized area, Qi (energy) blockage or an injury that never fully healed. When the liver and kidneys aren't able to process these insults to the system and excrete them correctly, the toxins are put in storage to be handled at a later time -- usually housed in the muscular level. The vacuum action of cupping quickly facilitates the release of rigid soft tissues, stimulates the peripheral nervous system, loosens and lifts connective tissue, breaks up and drains stagnation. It also has the ability to increase blood and lymph flow to the skin, muscle and connective tissue. ❤️
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Cupping draws stagnant blood and other fluids that have fallen out of healthy circulation up to the skin and away from the injury to restore circulation to the affected area. It creates space for oxygen, living cells and nutrients needed for the healing process. The capillary system of the skin carries the toxins to the liver and kidneys where they are then metabolized and excreted. 🎉🙏🏻
Cupping is an ancient tradition that dates back to 1000 BC where practitioners in China would use cupping as a method of expeling the body of toxins. It is a safe, non-invasive and an inexpensive technique that has been used throughout the centuries to treat colds, lung infections and problems within internal organs. 🤯 ———————————— When toxins or cell waste stagnate in the muscles, the body has a difficult time disposing the waste causing the body to experience discomfort. The stagnation can be caused by a number of different reasons, poor circulation in a localized area, Qi (energy) blockage or an injury that never fully healed. When the liver and kidneys aren't able to process these insults to the system and excrete them correctly, the toxins are put in storage to be handled at a later time -- usually housed in the muscular level. The vacuum action of cupping quickly facilitates the release of rigid soft tissues, stimulates the peripheral nervous system, loosens and lifts connective tissue, breaks up and drains stagnation. It also has the ability to increase blood and lymph flow to the skin, muscle and connective tissue. ❤️ ———————————— Cupping draws stagnant blood and other fluids that have fallen out of healthy circulation up to the skin and away from the injury to restore circulation to the affected area. It creates space for oxygen, living cells and nutrients needed for the healing process. The capillary system of the skin carries the toxins to the liver and kidneys where they are then metabolized and excreted. 🎉🙏🏻

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