Alhijamah Is a Cure and a Blessing
Alhijamah is a gift from Allah to the Ummah of the prophet Muhammad PBUH. It can- By the will of Allah- heals a multitudes of ill health problems, conditions that deemed difficult or impossible to heal in the modern era.
**Anas ibn Maalik R.A.A. reported that the Messenger P.B.U.H. Said, “Indeed the best of remedies you have is Alhijamah [Saheeh al-Bukhaaree (5371)].
**Abdullah ibn Abbas R.A.A. reported that the Messenger P.B.U.H. Said, “I did not pass by an angel from the angels on the night journey except that they all said to me: Upon you is Alhijamah , O Muhammad.” [Saheeh Sunan ibn Maajah (3477)].
Alhijamah can be done as a prophylactic to remain in a good health -Allah willing- and could be done for Healing purposes .
Therapeutic Alhijamah could be done once or more and it all depends on the condition and vary from person to another. In most cases a serious of sessions are needed to complete the healing round .
How Hijama works:
The exact mechanism of how Alhijamah could heal every sickness in the human body – Only Allah Knows in it's ultimate wisdom and endless knowledge - Although what scientists know until now are:
1- Alhijamah May Extract and remove Blood clots ( Scrub our blood vessles clean ), remove dead cells, fluids, metabolites and debris that clog the blood supply & obstruct the venous drainage in the affected area that leads to improving the affected area .
2- Alhijamah Removes the lymphatic clog in the affected area so the affected area drains well and have less pressure and less pain , improving the overall speed of healing .
3- Alhijamah May Stimulate the central nervous system through stimulating the preipheral nerves due to the incisions done without the use of anesthesia at the hijama site so the affected tissue or organ gets cleanse & rebuilt more quickly.
4- Alhijamah May stimulate the brain to secrete Morphine – a Natural strong pain killer.
Alhijamah Sunnah Days
Friday - 17th. Safar 1443 - September 24th.
Sunday- 19th. Safar 1443 - Sep. 26th.
Tuesday- 21st. Safar 1443 - Sep. 28th.
Sunnah Days Business Hours
8am - 8pm