Bian Stone Cupping



 Acupuncture History
 TCM Cupping
  • Bian Stone Cupping is made of rare Bian Stone, individually picked and manually processed for medical cupping therapy. Every Bian Stone Cupping looks different in color, size and texture; but works much, much better than the regular cupping of Glass, Plastic, Ceramic, Bamboo or Metal.

  • The Bian-stone technique refers to the use of stone-based equipment to perform massaging, heating and other operations

  • Ancient Chinese people selected certain kinds of stone and ground it into a therapeutic tool that featured a sharp tip or an edge. Such shapes allowed the stone to be applied to the human body in different ways

  • According to worldwide research by prestigious entities, the Bian Stones deliver special far infrared rays, trace minerals and rare earth substances

  • Proven beneficial results and indispensable to human beings in respect of keeping good health naturally and seeking longevity

 Cupping Treatment - Clinic

Bian stone cupping – benefits

  • Prestigious stones deliver far infrared rays and trace minerals creating a combined healing experience

  • Suction and negative pressure loosens muscles, increases blood flow, and mildly sedates the nervous system

  • Reduces high blood pressure

  • Relieves back and neck pains, stiff muscles, anxiety, fatigue, migraines, and cellulite

  • Improves weight loss efforts and removes cellulite

  • Reduces lung congestion and improves asthma symptoms

  • Detoxifies the circulatory system and skin

  • Improves metabolism and improves appetite and digestion

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 Wellness Clinic and Cupping

Research & Stats

Approximately 56 symptoms and diseases are treatable through cupping therapy

6 most common conditions - herpes, facial paralysis (Bells palsy), cough and dyspnea, acne, lumbar disc herniation, cervical spondylosis (age related wear and tear)

6 major types of cupping therapy widely adopted globally - flaming heating power to achieve suction (negative pressure), wet (bleeding cupping), moving, needle (cup over an acupuncture needle), medicinal bamboo method, water (cup filled 1/3 with water before application)