Hijama Cupping Therapy for Muslimin on Sunnah Days

Bismillah Alhamdulillah

Abu Hurayrah (may Allaah be pleased with him) reported that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “Whoever is treated with cupping on the seventeenth, nineteenth or twenty first, will be healed from all diseases.” (Reported by Abu Dawood, 3861, and al-Bayhaqi, 9/340. The isnad is hasan)

In collaboration with Hijama Ash Shifa’a, we will be conducting hijama cupping therapy on sunnah days on the month of April which falls on 14th, 16th & 18th April 2017.

It will be done by Akhi Abu Abdur Rahman at our premise which is at
150 Changi Road Guthrie Building #04-04 Singapore 419973 and there will be NO FEE for this.

So what is Hijama Cupping Therapy?

Hijama Cupping Therapy is an Islamic, natural healing art and crucial to Islamic integrative medicine. It is based on religion and faith. It is the main recommended treatment method for any disease, ordered by Allah and practiced by our Prophet Muhammad (Peace be Upon Him) and his companions.

“Hijama” literally means “sucking” in Arabic and is the Islamic term used for what is known as “Wet Cupping”. Small, superficial cuts are made on the skin that was being dry cupped. The suction pressure under the cup would then simulate the toxic or unhealthy blood to trickle out and cleanse the disease or inflamed area of pain in the body. Strict rules must be followed when administering wet cupping, in accordance with the Sunnah or practices of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). Muslims belief that Allah SWT prescribe hijama cupping to be practice by human beings to promote good health.

Therefore, in accordance to this divine revelation, the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) practiced and strongly recommended it to all mankind.

How do I go about getting it?

Simply fill up the online form below. Please note that places are limited and only 1 pax per session. We really hope that ONLY THOSE INTRESTED AND ABLE TO COME to register.

Please contact Akh Zaidi @ 91471241 for queries.

Barakallahu feekum.