Which are the best days of the week for cupping (hijama)? Can cupping (hijama) be performed on 17th, 19th and 21st if they coincide with a Wednesday?
The best days for cupping (hijama) are Monday, Tuesday and Thursday and there is a prohibition for cupping (hijama) on Wednesday.
What is the ruling for performing cupping (hijama) on Wednesday and Wednesday night (which precedes it)?
Cupping (hijama) is prohibited on Wednesday due to a strong prohibition of cupping (hijama) on that day and this includes its’ night.
What is the ruling for performing cupping (hijama) on the nights of Monday, Tuesday and Thursday?
It is allowed to perform cupping (hijama) on these days due to no narrations authentically prohibiting these days. Perform Cupping on Mondays and Tuesdays for they are the days Allaah cured Ayub from a trial.
Are these following five places from the Sunnah:
b)43, 44 Al-Akhda'ain.
c) Top of the head Umm Mugheeth.
These are from the main points for cupping (hijama) and they are reported in the Sunnah. Cupping (hijama) is performed wherever it is required, such as the top and bottom of one's back, the middle of one's shin, or the back of one's heel.
Are there any other Sunnah points for cupping (hijama)?
It is reported that the Messenger performed cupping (hijama) at the back of the heel due to pain being present there.
Is it from the Sunnah to keep repeating the cupping (hijama) every month or every year if the person is ill or not ill?
For a normal person it is good to do cupping (hijama) every three months. As for the sick person then every month because cupping (hijama) is considered from the Prophetic medicine and he advised people to perform it. So it is a cure as well as implementing the Sunnah of the Messenger.
Is it from the Sunnah to have a bath after cupping (hijama) and after how many hours should one take a bath?
It is not from the Sunnah to have a bath after cupping (hijama) and also a person may be harmed such as the wound may become infected. Therefore, bathing should be after the wound has healed a day or two after cupping (hijama).
Are there any signs that a person has magic, jealousy toward him/her, or evil eye after cupping (hijama)?
In most cases the person who has magic done to him/her will vomit after cupping (hijama) and sweat much. As for the latter two then they will find it very difficult to continue cupping (hijama).
What do the following signs in the blood mean; bubbles, strands of blood, white strands, blood bubbling over?
Bubbles: Could be due to air coming out due to hair or a broken cup.
Strands of blood: Proof that the blood is not clean or the blood is clotting quickly due to blood clots in the body.
White strands: This seems to be due to a particular disease and clearly the blood is not clean.
Blood Bubbling Over: Could be due to high blood pressure.