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Islamic Medicine and Hijama

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Salam everyone.

I'm interested in studying Shia Islami Tibb and Hijama, and pursuing a career in it. I have searched Google for information related to the institutes which teach these subjects but I couldn't find much information.

I would appreciate information about cheap tuition fee institutes which offer courses/degrees/certifications in Hijama, Shia Islami Tibb. Please help.

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There is no scientific evidence that supports the practise of cupping. Medicine should be practised based on an evidence based approach, you should look into studying actual medicine instead of this pseudoscience, you would not be helping anyone. 

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7 hours ago, Guest guest said:

There is no scientific evidence that supports the practise of cupping. Medicine should be practised based on an evidence based approach, you should look into studying actual medicine instead of this pseudoscience, you would not be helping anyone. 

While I am sceptical of some holistic medicine, I have found little evidence that 'actual medicine' is the definitive answer either. Some antidepressants for example are no more effective than placebos for some people and numerous tests have shown this.

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18 hours ago, B14 said:

Salam everyone.

I'm interested in studying Shia Islami Tibb and Hijama, and pursuing a career in it. I have searched Google for information related to the institutes which teach these subjects but I couldn't find much information.

I would appreciate information about cheap tuition fee institutes which offer courses/degrees/certifications in Hijama, Shia Islami Tibb. Please help.

Salam as I know Iran is only source for  academic  Shia Islam on Tibb learning but whole of courses  are in Farsi & only available in Iran  that you can see below 

http://traditional.sbmu.ac.ir/

http://tim.tums.ac.ir/

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12 hours ago, aaaz1618 said:

While I am sceptical of some holistic medicine, I have found little evidence that 'actual medicine' is the definitive answer either. 

Really? You've found little evidence? I suggest you don't go to the hospital next time you have an accident then. You're using one example to try to disqualify the entire contemporary field of medicine. It's true that drugs used to treat mental health conditions have debatable effectiveness. But I wouldn't use this isolated field of medicine to question all the evidence underpinning the field.

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5 hours ago, Guest guest said:

I suggest you don't go to the hospital next time you have an accident then.

Your sarcasm suggests you understood my comment, but your overall reply suggests you didn't.

There are many ways to aid a person's ailment, not just through 'actual medicine'. That is why I said the 'actual medicine' you spoke of is not the definitive answer.

Sufficient sleep, sufficient water and food, exercise, a good diet, fresh air, laughter and company, wearing a condom, CPR, physiotherapy, it's all pseudoscience I guess...

Modern medicine has its uses, and hijama has never been a way of replacing modern medicine, it is just a way to attempt to assist a person, just like the list above.

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6 hours ago, aaaz1618 said:

Sufficient sleep, sufficient water and food, exercise, a good diet, fresh air, laughter and company, wearing a condom, CPR, physiotherapy, it's all pseudoscience I guess...

 

I never said those examples are pseudoscience and they're not considered pseudoscience unlike cupping. You can't compare cupping to physiotherapy, CPR and diet. If you're comparing cupping to acupuncture then yh both are considered pseudoscience cos there's no definitive evidence they aid people's health, especially cupping. 

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