wet cup


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wet cup

a cupping glass applied to a part previously scarified or incised to draw and remove blood.

wet cup

In traditional medicine, a cupping glass that is placed on the skin after the skin injured. It is purported to draw toxins from the body.
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The kraft facing has a "dry cup" value of 1 perm and a "wet cup" value of 15 perms.
Today, we have extremely "smart" vapor control layers--"second-generation smart control layers." To understand their significance and, therefore, underlying performance, both dry cup and wet cup properties need to be appreciated.
With the "wet cup" method we kept the "cup" wet by filling it with water.