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Microwaveable heat bags for pain relief

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Microwaveable heat bags for pain relief
Heat bags made from strong but soft fabric containing wheat. Heated in a microwave for between 2 to 3 minutes and thereafter kept in contact with the body to provide pain relief from muscle soreness, chronic inflammation and cold related conditions. Caution should be used so as to avoid burning from an overly hot bag.

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Camel Milk Powder - The Ultimate Health Drink

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If you're looking for one of the best anti-aging and disease fighting health foods in a easily digestible milk drink form then you won't be able to do better than camel milk. Camel milk has been used for ages by those living in the harsh environments of the desert and is directly responsible for their robust health and ability to outlive their city dweller peers. Recently camel milk has become common outside of Asia and is being used by celebrities and health conscious individuals in Europe, US and other parts of the world as a regular routine. Fitness experts are also...

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Hijama (cupping)

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Hijama cupping is in fact wet cupping (i.e. where blood is removed) but done in accordance with the Islamic principles of Hijama. Cupping is done using glass or plastic cups in which a vacuum is created and is generally classified as either wet or dry, dry being the more common practice in the west. Wet cupping on the other hand is less common but more effective when it comes to using this modality for the treatment of many serious illnesses. It is most effective for pain and febrile illnesses but can also reduce cholesterol, regulate blood sugar levels, normalise insulin,...

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Hijamah Herbal Tonic - An essential aid to the Hijama Procedure

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Hijamah is the procedure of removing blood through the process of "wet" cupping on specific points on the body and at specified days of the lunar month. This has the effect of removing toxins, impurities and waste products of red blood cell breakdown from the blood circulation. Numerous benefits of the procedure have been identified through traditional experience as well as modern scientific research. These include a reduction in cholesterol, regulation of blood glucose and insulin levels, increase in circulating immune cells and enhancement of immune function.  Traditionally patients are advised to maintain a healthy diet pre and post the...

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What is Hijama?

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Hijama, Islamic cupping or "wet" cupping is the practice of removing blood from the surface of the body via the use of a suction device (normally a glass or disposable plastic cup) in order to effect healing. It is believed that in this manner toxins, impurities, damaged and old red blood cells as well as other byproducts of the body's normal physiological processes are removed from the body. Hijama specifically refers to the Islamic practice of wet cupping with its rules and regulations including the days of the month etc on which it should be performed. The Prophet Muhammad (SAW)...

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