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Glass bulbs

Glass bubbles, otherwise known as fire bubbles, have been used for centuries in natural medicine to treat ailments such as inflammation of the respiratory tract, infections, muscle ailments and to increase the body's immunity. They are made of tempered glass, which is resistant to high temperature. Bulbs of different diameters are available: from small φ 25 millimeters, through medium, to large ones with a φ of 55 millimeters. Each bubble has rounded edges, which makes the therapy safe for the patient - the bubbles do not cripple and adhere well to the surface of the skin.

Before the procedure, the skin should be gently oiled. With the help of an open source of heat, for example, a match flame or a burning quark (a cotton swab previously immersed in spirit or denatured is fired from it), the inside of the bubble is heated so that, by creating a vacuum, it can suck the skin inside. At one time it is recommended to put 5-6 bubbles for a dozen, up to twenty minutes. At the end of the procedure, the patient is covered with a blanket.

An alternative method is to use bubbles with a pear made of rubber - for this type of bubbles you do not need to use fire, because it is enough to squeeze the pear so that it sucks and brings the expected medical effect. This method is completely safe, because it does not require the use of fire - the risk of burns is eliminated.

Today, the method practiced by our grandmothers is spreading faster and faster, which is determined by its effectiveness and ease of use in therapy. It is an ideal solution for people who want to minimize the amount of pharmacology used and gain lasting immunity.