Friday, 18 November 2016


Reflexology is the application of appropriate pressure to specific points and areas on the feet, hands, or ears.
Reflexologists believe that these areas and reflex points correspond to different body organs and systems, and that pressing them has a beneficial effect on the organs and person's general health
Reflexology is a powerful healing practice based on the premise that your entire body is mirrored on the feet, hands and ears through a system of reflexes. Using special techniques, the reflexologist stimulates these reflexes prompting a healing response in every organ, gland and body system.
Reflexology had its first footprint on pictographs found on tombs in ancient Egypt. The practice of foot manipulation therapy and later referred to as ‘Pressure Therapy’ spread through ancient Asia and gradually moved West. Modern reflexology has been attributed to William Fitzgerald, M.D. and Joe Shelby Riley, M.D. in the 1920’s. It continued evolving and was greatly expanded by Eunice Ingham during the late ’30’s who has written several books and popularized mapping and therapeutic techniques still used widely in reflexology schools and among professional reflexologists.
Within the health field today, reflexology is increasingly being defined as ‘Complementary Alternative Medicine’ (CAM) as more traditional doctors find benefits – physical, mental and emotional – among a wide range of patients
The most common conditions that may be helped by reflexology are:
  • Pain in any area of the body including back pain
  • Foot, ankle and leg problems including soreness, swelling, restless leg
  • The effects of stress
  • Nervous tension
  • Digestive upset (constipation and/or diarrhea)
  • Lack of circulation
  • Toxins in the body
  • Insomnia
  • Sinus pressure
  • Allergy symptoms
  • Immune system problems
  • Hormonal imbalances
  • Anxiety and Depression
  • Stiff, aching and painful joints and muscles
  • Headaches (including migraines)
  • Inflammation related problems (including arthritis, asthma, diabetes, injuries, heart disease, cancer)
  • Recovery following injury or surgery

(Note: Although reflexology is effective for work on the feet, hands and ears, for simplification, our emphasis is on the feet.)
The following are theories on how reflexology works. Some theories are from ‘Western’ medicine and some from ‘Eastern’ medicine. Western views include all theories that relate to the physical body (bones, organs, tissues, cells, etc.) and their functions. Eastern views relate to energy or ‘chi’, the body’s vital energy force. All have been shown to be valid within a large number of people with a wide range of problems and issues.Also included here are several conditions which may be helped with reflexology sessions. For more help with conditions, click here
For pain reduction: 
Direct pressure on specific reflexes interrupts sensory transmission which short-circuits and confuses the nervous system so pain is not perceived by the brain in the same way. Also, the stimulation of points on the feet stimulates the release of endorphins from the pituitary gland (in the brain) which is the body’s natural pain killer.
For foot and leg problems:
Along with appropriate medical care, reflexology can be very effective (separate these words) in easing common foot pain and disorders such as bunions, neuroma, tendonitis, plantar fasciitis, tendonitis, etc. because it helps to open up joint space as well as stretching fascia (connective tissue) that may be tight and causing pain and inflammation on the bottom of the foot.
For increasing circulation:
The alternating pressure used in reflexology stimulates not only the nerves, but also the skin and underlying cellular tissue increasing the blood flow resulting in more oxygen to the cells. Also stimulated is the circulation of neurochemicals and hormones secreted from the glands. Note: There are many causes for circulatory problems and a medical specialist should be consulted to diagnose and monitor this potentially serious condition.
For detoxification
An increase in circulation removes waste as well as brings nutrients to cells. Deposits of waste or ‘crystals’ consisting of lactic, pyruvic, uric acid and calcium form at nerve endings in the feet. The gentle pressure of reflexology can crush them and send them through the circulation for elimination.
For immune support
General circulation is improved by reflexology which in turn will stimulate the transport of important nutrients through the lymphatic system, vital to your immune function (your body’s defense against infection and disease).
For reducing the effects of stress (deep relaxation)
Stress in many forms compromises the complex and important balance of hormones in the body. ‘The Stress Response’ is named largely for the flood of (stress) hormones as well as muscle contraction and nervous tension that occurs when the brain perceives a threat of some type (a stressor). These hormones are secreted by your sympathetic nervous system to basically help you get through the difficulty. However, when stress is sustained for long periods of time which is common with most stressors, the body can no longer maintain a natural balance. ‘Good’ hormones are also suppressed. Here is where the trouble begins. It is important to know that hormones powerfully affect and influence the entire body. Without addressing the source of stress and tending to ourselves through proper rest and relaxation, exercise, emotional balance, lifestyle adjustments, dietary changes, etc., immune problems are likely to arise. This means that we no longer have the defenses needed to ward off harmful bacteria, viruses and antagonists of all kinds. This is a complex and far-reaching problem. A compromised immune system can result in frequency of colds or flu, infections, allergies, asthma and inflammatory conditions of all kinds. Over time, as inflammation spreads, much more serious problems can occur including heart disease, arthritis, diabetes and cancer.
Reflexology activates the parasympathetic nervous system, the calming and restoring balance to the sympathetic nervous system mentioned above. The effect of activating this part of your nervous system is aptly called ‘The Relaxation Response’. With this system activated, muscle contraction, blood pressure, heart rate and nervous tension are reduced. Sleep improves and the body’s ability to repair itself is enhanced. Also, this system triggers the brain to release ‘good’ hormones that relax and soothe the mind and provide some means for understanding and tending to the source of stress. It is now scientifically proven that Relaxation aids healing.
For energy enhancement
Energy travels along pathways throughout the body. Often, through everyday stress, energy blocks occur and over time can result in pain and/or disease. This can occur in any organ or gland along the pathway. Reflexology can help to unblock these pathways. There is a lightness and a clarity when energy is freed. Then healing can occur more naturally.
For emotional/mental release
Touch is essential for human beings. A good reflexologist is attuned to the client’s specific needs regarding pressure and techniques to maximize relaxation. With relaxation, there is a decrease in muscle tension, mental activity, restlessness and anxiety. Sometimes, in a confused emotional state, reflexology will help emotions ‘surface’ and the client feels more in touch with what is happening. Hormones released by the brain during reflexology can ‘take the edge off’ and provide a feeling of well-being. For difficult emotions, therapy from a qualified professional may be helpful. Reflexology is particularly effective during/after extreme or prolonged emotional stress including grief, depression, anger and anxiety, especially when accompanied by psychotherapy or spiritual counseling.
Nerve stimulation
The nerve endings (synapses) of the feet are interconnected with other nerves throughout the body. If there is an imbalance someplace in the body, it interrupts the bio-electrical energy to other areas causing congestion and eventually disease. Restoring the affected areas brings relief throughout the system.
Inter-body communication through connective tissue
Through pressure and the twisting or stretching of connective tissue of the feet, an electric current is generated in the tissue which is directly connected to all other connective tissue in the body. So a reflex and the connective tissue pressed in one area could affect a healing response elsewhere in the body. Actually, it has been reported that this transmission is faster than the communication through nerve pathways. This theory of how reflexology works is gaining more recognition from researchers who want to shed light
on why reflexology is so effective.


Sunday, 13 November 2016


It is noted that hijama or blood cupping...

1. promotes the flow of energy in the blood.  

2. removes toxins and other waste material from the blood. 
3. helps to speed up recovery time from diseases
4. known to prevent many diseases and, therefore, can be considered one     of the best preventive measures against many diseases.  
5. helps to reduce stiffness
6. helps those  who are under some magic spell
7. has no side effects as long as performed properly.  

It is also worth noting that about 70% diseases or disorders are caused by the failure of blood to circulate properly in the body.  

Furthermore, we get sick or our body organs fail to perform healthily when our blood keep circulating loaded with toxins and other impurities.  

Unless the toxic waste is removed from the body or from the blood, not only do we not recover fast from a disease but also become easy victim to other diseases or disorder.  

Hijama is the best way to remove the toxic waste from the blood stream, and the results will obviously be a healthy and properly functioning body.

Hijama has numerous benefits — it can help remove toxins from the body and stimulate the flow of fresh blood, lymph, and Qi to the affected area and throughout the body. It often works wonders for patients with the flu, colds, coughs, back and muscle pain, poor circulation, anxiety, red itchy skin conditions , allergies, fevers, aches and myriad other pains.
Hijama can help boost immune function and speed up healing time.
Jibril told the Prophet SAW on the night of Israa (ascension to the heaven) by angles: 

“O Mohammed, order your people with hijama " 

Saheeh, Sunan Tirmidhi.



Monday, 7 November 2016


Cupping makes use of jars which are attached to the skin surface to cause local congestion through the negative pressure created. It has been used to treat a verity of conditions and disease. Then, for diabetics, is it still safe?

As we all know, diabetes refers a group of metabolic disorders which people have high blood sugar, inadequate insulin. Besides, it also may describe the body’s cells do not reponed properly to insulin. And it is one of leading causes of chronickidney disease.

 If blood glucose can not get well controlled, it aggravate illness condition and impair kidneys. Kidneys fails to remove wastes and toxins from the body, causing a high accumulation of harmful substances.

Generally speaking, cupping is a cure for every disease if performed in its corrected time. It can help diabetes patients do the following things:

Eliminate wastes and toxins from the body.

This therapy contributes to unlock stagnant energy and allow the blood stream more freely through the body. At the same time, it can bring the toxins in the body to the surface of the skin and then the toxins can be absorbed out of the body, thus achieving the goals of regulating and enhancing immunity.

Balance necessary trace elements

Cupping helps to regulate glucose, iron, cholesterol, calcium, pressure and hormones. It even controls the blood cells and guarantee the enough nutritions of the body needs.

Reduce pain and mental depression 

It is the best deep tissue massage available. It can eliminate pain to in significant measure. It can help improve the mental energy level and relieve depression.
Patients with diabetes can get many benefits from cupping. Before you do it, you can go for a sauna or hot body bath to stimulate blood circulation and promote release of blood stasis. Can also massage, apply hot towel or shine infra-red light on the cupped area to get the same effect.


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Friday, 27 May 2016



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Monday, 23 May 2016


Traditional Chinese medicine is one of the oldest continuous systems of medicine in history, with recorded instances dating as far back as two thousand years before the birth of Christ. 

This is in sharp contrast to the American or Western forms of health care, which have been in existence for a much shorter time span.The American Medical Association, the largest health care member association in the United States, was formed in 1847, some 3,800 years after the first mention of traditional Chinese medicine).

Chinese medicine is quite complex and can be difficult for some people to comprehend. This is because TCM is based on the  belief that we live in a universe in which everything is interconnected. What happens to one part of the body affects every other part of the body. The mind and body are not viewed separately, but as part of an energetic system. Similarly, organs and organ systems are viewed as interconnected structures that work together to keep the body functioning.

Many of the concepts emphasized in traditional Chinese medicine have no true counterpart in Western medicine. One of these concepts is qi (pronounced "chi"), which is considered a vital force or energy responsible for controlling the workings of the human mind and body. 

Traditional Chinese medicine explains that health is the result of a harmonious balance of the complementary extremes of yin and yang of the life force known as qi or chi

Qi flows through the body via channels, or pathways, which are called meridians. There are a total of 20 meridians: 12 primary meridians, which correspond to specific organs, organ systems or functions, and eight secondary meridians. 

Through 350 acupuncture points in the body, these meridians and energy flows may be accessed.

 Illness is said to be the consequence of an imbalance of the forces. If needles are inserted into these points with appropriate combinations it is said that the energy flow can be brought back into proper balance.

Imbalances in the flow of qi cause illness; correction of this flow restores the body to balance. Other concepts (such as the Yin/Yang and Five Element Theories) are equally important in order to have a true grasp of traditional Chinese medicine.

Saturday, 2 April 2016


What is pain?

The pain process

Everyone has felt pain but not everyone feels it in the same way. Pain is a complex sensation that differs greatly from person to person, even when the injury or cause seems the same. It can be an instant sensation, like when you cut yourself. Or it can be a dull ache, like from a tension headache. It can also be an inexplicable, nagging tingle on the skin. But, for everyone who feels it, pain means something is not right, and pain that goes untreated for a long period can alter one’s mood and well-being.

So what is pain?

The International Association for the Study of Pain defines it as an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with actual or potential tissue damage.

This is a simplified explanation of how we feel pain:
 Pain starts when sensors or receptors trigger an electrical signal that travels to the spinal cord. The spinal cord then relays the signal to the brain. The spinal cord acts as a relay center, where the pain signal can be blocked, enhanced or modified before gets to the brain.
In reality, pain is a very complicated process. It involves the interplay of various chemicals (called neurotransmitters) in the body, which together act to produce the sensation of pain.

Neurotransmitters transmit nerve signals from one cell to another. Receptors on the cells receive the signals and act as gates that allow pain messages to be passed to neighboring cells or to the spinal cord and brain.

Receptors are important because they also play a role in blocking pain. For instance, some pain medications lock on to certain receptors, which stop the pain process and subsequently relieve pain.

Why do we feel pain?

We feel pain for different reasons. Pain can be broadly divided into three classes.

Nociceptive pain provides an ‘early warning’, detecting and protecting the body from damaging or toxic elements. This is the kind of pain we feel when we touch something too hot, cold or sharp. Nociceptive pain activates a withdrawal reflex to protect the body from further damage (for example, we instantly pull our hand away when we touch something burning hot.
Inflammatory pain is associated with tissue damage. Inflammatory pain has a protective effect – pain and tenderness after an ankle sprain, for example, discourages us from moving the joint and helps promote recovery. Inflammatory pain is caused by the activation of the immune system in response to tissue injury or infection. Although this kind of pain helps in recovery, it still needs to be reduced in people with ongoing inflammation (eg, in rheumatoid arthritis) or in very severe injuries.
Pathologic pain is pain that is not protective. It is a result of abnormal and amplified functioning of the nervous system (the brain, spinal cord and nerves). It may be due to nerve damage (neuropathic pain). Sometimes there may be no obvious cause, damage or inflammation (dysfunctional pain). Examples of dysfunctional pain include pain from fibromyalgia and irritable bowel syndrome, and some headaches.
dpi-2014_WS-035_PainFocus_FigRedraw_HREach class of pain has a different mechanism, so treatment can differ according to the type of pain and mechanism.

Acute versus chronic pain
Pain is also classified based on how long the pain lasts.

Acute pain is short-term pain. 

It is often caused by disease, inflammation or injury. Acute pain is felt immediately, like after an accident or surgery. The cause of the pain is usually obvious. Acute pain is usually treatable, but sometimes it can go away without treatment.

Chronic pain is long-term pain. 

Acute pain that is not treated effectively can become chronic pain. Chronic pain can be much harder to treat than acute pain. Like acute pain, chronic pain can be made worse by environmental and psychological factors. Chronic pain can also affect quality of life. Chronic pain conditions include low back pain, rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia and pain due to cancer.

You Have Bad Hearing?


There are many pharmaceutical and alternative cures in the modern age but the garlic beats them all.
In Sicily people often use it as cure against many diseases and they use the following recipe for the bad hearing:
Take several cloves of garlic and little olive oil. Start pressing each clove so you will squeeze the juice out of them into the oil. Proceed the oil and put 3-4 drops inside of the ear and place piece of gauze or cotton on it.
The juice from garlic and even onion is considered as juice for the return of the hearing. Take 30ml juice from garlic and 30ml juice from onion. Make mixture out of them. Drink it once a day.
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