In Finland, cupping has been known already in the 15th century. The first written accounts of cupping are dated back to the mid-1600s. Cupping gives a powerful cleansing to the body as the so-called “bad blood” is removed from the patient’s system. The stimulating effects of cupping make the body release endorphin, and the treatment leaves a lasting, relaxed sense of well-being into the whole body. Hence, cupping activates the self-healing powers of the body to work for the enhancement of the patient’s health. The number of horns used is 20-30, depending on the patient.