When wet cupping, a small amount of blood letting is done first, using a sterile blade, and then the cup is applied over the site. A large number of symptoms frequently disappear after just a few sessions of cupping therapy. Cupping the corresponding organ points is used in internal medicine disorders to add help to the main stream medicine. It is also used to treat muscle and joint pain and spasms, particularly in the. Due to its stimulating and strengthening effects, bloodletting cupping has been used successfully to help in treatment of many disorders to get and move the blood. In addition, cupping is used to treat painful joints, common cold, cough, stomach ache, vomiting and diarrhea.