Hijama / Cupping Points on the Legs and Arms

Hijama / Cupping on the Legs and Arms

The arms and legs generally have less blood except when injured or in pain. We’ve found that using pins rather than a blade, particularly on the foot can help extract more blood.

Upper Lower limbs pictures showing hijama points
Hijama / Cupping set being used by a therapist

51 & 52, the two thigh bones (femur), from both sides.

53 & 54, the inner part of the knee from the back.

127 & 128, on the inner part of the thighs.

129, on the back of the feet to the right.

130, on the sides of the heel from inside and outside for edema.

131, above the heel bone nearly 5cm from the outside.

132, varicocele.