lemtrada-uk 04/04/17
Last reply 10 months ago
Cupping

Has anyone tried cupping? The purifying of our blood and removing the dirty blood, made more popular by the swimmers in last years olympics. Cupping is really suppose to help with fatigue and concentration

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doubleo7hud
10 months ago

Glad you explained that, means a different thing altogether to me made me giggle tho thanks. Iv not tried ether meaning sure both is handy 😂


mmhhpp
10 months ago

dirty blood? What the h…. is that?


stumbler
10 months ago

Apparently, Dirty Blood

“can mean multiple things, it is commonly used to describe a skin condition. Usually when the blood cells are not able to load their poison and toxins through the Kidneys. Your body will use the skin instead.”


melissa-g
10 months ago

It doesn’t actually remove blood, but pulls it to the surface. I’ve had it done once or twice and found it uncomfortable!


melissa-g
10 months ago

Also it was done by my chiropractor and was supposed to help with a painful area


Anonymous
10 months ago

Hi @lemtrada-uk i had it done by an acupuncturist, probable about 5 years ago now. I quite liked it and it’s great if you feel a cold coming on as it stops it. (Well it did for me). Nowadays I’ll take echinacea for that! I reckon if you had it often it would probably have an effect. It helped with my fatigue because I was lying down 😂 Give it a go


stumbler
10 months ago

There’s a bit of a warning about Echinacea here :-

https://www.mstrust.org.uk/a-z/echinacea


red-suzuki
10 months ago

ummm eeeekkkk….. have Echinacea’s (White, Yellows, pinks) growing as plants….lovely flowers, bees, flutterbye’s love um……urm, though, just had thought they could be a different kind to what @vickivictoria uses, & on the MS Trust site description @stumbler mentions…..will handle with care, from now on though….. 😉

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