Warnings: *Do not do Hijama if you are under any chemotherapy protocol.
*Hijama must be done by a specialist who knows about the sterilization and the disinfection processes.
*The specialist will decide if you can do Hijama or not based on many factors such as the age, any medical metal plate inside the body…
Clarification: Cancer patients can not donate their blood because of the cancer cells that is why Hijama is the best alternative to activate the bone marrow (the blood cells factory).
If you have cancer and you are not doing any chemotherapy, you must do Hijama to speed up your recovery from cancer.
Hijama’s work mechanism to defeat cancer cells is below: ( STILL HYPOTHESIS)
Blood will be taken out of the body from under the skin causing a low pressure of the blood quantity inside the body=> This low pressure of the blood quantity inside the body will enforce the liver and the spleen to get squeezed secreting more blood into the blood stream to replace the lost blood regulating the low blood pressure=> The lost quantity of the blood inside the liver and the spleen will trigger the bone marrow to create new blood cells that will replace the lost quantity of the blood inside the liver and the spleen=> Among the new blood cells that the bone marrow create, the bone marrow makes new and strong anti-cancer blood cells that will be transmitted with the overall made blood cells into the liver and the spleen replacing the lost blood=> Thus, the new anticancer blood cells will reach out to the cancer cells to defeat them if they are powerful enough. (HCCD LLC is still researching this mechanism of Hijama as hypothesis, but the conclusion is that this Hijama work mechanism is exactly what happens, and its effectiveness relate to the other factors like patient’s nutrition for example if the patient eats sugar and junk foods then this patient is feeding and strengthening cancer cells therefore delaying the recovery even though doing Hijama. So first, it is a must to stop the causes that created the cancer cells. Second, start the cure to harvest the recovery).
First part of Hijama
The surgical cutting of the skin deceives the brain that there are wounds and invaders which make the brain to order the blood with its immune system, dead cells, debris, and toxics to move on towards the cutting to defend and to repair.
Second part of Hijama
When the blood with its immune system (possible weak immune system), dead cells, debris, and toxics reach out to the cutting, they get sucked out to outside the body by the pressure coming from the glass cup filling it due to the lack of the oxygen that was emptied from the glass cup.
Third part of Hijama
As a result of the second part of Hijama, a lot of blood with dead cells, debris, toxics and possible weak immune cells leave the body causing a low blood level, the liver and the spleen will get squeezed secreting enough blood into the blood stream to bring the blood level to the normal. The lack of the blood in the liver and the spleen will enforce the bone marrow to make new blood cells that the current status of the body in need of, for example, if the body has cancer cells or unordinary tumor, the bone marrow will make new blood cells that contain among them anti-cancer blood cells. These new blood cells produced by the bone marrow will all go to the liver and to the spleen to balance the low level of the blood and then they will go to the circulation.
Hijama does play important roles in activating the bone marrow (blood cells factory) and in replacing a portion of the blood with debris and toxics by a newer version of the blood with new blood cells containing anticancer cells or anti-whatever the body suffer from.
Why Hijama process is different from blood donation process?
Hijama removes from under the skin weak blood cells, dead cells, debris, and toxics that all will be trashed out, and it restores new strong blood cells inside the body. While blood donation process requires taking the whole fresh blood containing iron, vitamins, minerals, and healthy blood cells from inside the vein to help the patient who needs it.