After a couple months of using it, here is my Achedaway Cupper review.
There are a few different types of cupping therapy out there… manual suction with a pump, rubber ones that you squeeze to create suction, and that crazy fire style.
The Achedaway Cupper is the first battery powered cupper that I’ve used, and it proved to be very interesting. Because it’s battery powered, it tended to never lose suction. In fact, it NEVER lost suction in all of the times that I used it.
You can set the cupper up on your sore muscle, tune up the app to the setting you want, and you are good to go.
Not to mention, the red light therapy function is AWESOME!!!
- High powered suction
- Pulsing mode
- Red light therapy
- App for timing and adjusting settings on the fly
Why you’d want to use cupping
If you’ve every had a knot in your back or neck, or have a tight thigh that just won’t go away… you should give cupping a try! It’s non-invasive, effective, and easy to use on your own (or with a physical therapist).
You are essentially increasing blood flow to the area that is having issues (the pain), and the blood flow will be bring in extra nutrients to heal the affect area.
How to use
I would recommend using the cupper on a low setting to start for around 3-5 minutes. Once you feel comfortable with that setting, try turning up the intensity.
My favorite setting is the Professional (M4) for around 8 minutes, but you should play with it to figure out what works best for you.
Is there a downside…
All I can see as a downside to the Achedaway Cupper is that it costs more than most of the other cupping systems on the market. And in an ideal world you have 3-5 of this devices to attack larger areas of your body at one time.
Where to buy
You can find the Achedaway Cupper on their website at https://achedaway.com.
If you have any questions, let me know.