RELAXING MUSCLES TO BOOST WELL-BEING
Suction Cupping is a modern development based on traditional cupping. It produces the effects of traditional cupping methods and eliminates some of the disadvantages.
Suction Cups produce vacuums on the body’s surface by manually withdrawing the air through the suction gun, rather than the traditional way of burning up oxygen. If you think of massage in terms of positive pressure (pressing in on body tissues), then you can think of Massage Suction Cupping as a negative pressure, drawing body tissues outward from the body, to stimulate them with a reverse massage. The skin is pressed up against the magnetic “needles” or points, when they are used.
Massage Suction Cupping is a modernized form of Cupping therapy. It adopts a suction gun to produce a negative air pressure vacuum inside cups which have been placed on the skin. The suction works to release rigid soft tissues and muscles. The skin may redden after the cup is left in place for a few minutes. The purpose of using cups in this way is to apply pressure for relaxation of muscles and overall promotion of wellbeing.
DURABLE, BREAK-RESISTANT, EASY TO USE, MULTI-PURPOSE
Strong, superior grade cupping set with pistol grip suction pump gun, 12 cups. Light, break-resisting and age-resisting plastic. Variety of cup sizes, plus a user manual containing diagrams, and application instructions. Also included are magnetic “needles” (non-penetrating pressure-giving points) of both polarities, which give balanced magnetic exposure of traditional acupuncture points. The magnetic “needles” (strength 2000 ~ 2500 gauss) apply a continuous, spring-adjusted pressure on the skin when installed. They are easily removable from the dome of each cup and equally easy to re-install.
SEE WHAT THE CUPS ARE DOING; SAFE AND CONTROLLABLE
The cups’ transparency lets you clearly see the reddening that takes place in the skin as cupping time increases, so you can completely control the cupping as to its effects and the optimal cupping time needed. Without the use of fire there is not the danger of burning the skin; and the negative pressure within the cup can be tailored to each patient’s condition, as you control it by hand using the pressure gun.