Welcome to Pure Remedy:
Scotland's first traditional cupping/hijama and wellbeing clinic.
We have been practising complementary health care in Glasgow for 5 years with our clients coming from as far as Dundee and Edinburgh. Having been established for that length of time has allowed us to build up respect and trust in our community, therefore giving us the opportunity to understand clients’ needs.
At Pure Remedy we maintain a holistic approach to healthcare which means the whole person needs to be treated to restore health and vitality. Therefore, we try to address ill health from not only a physical point of view but also a mental, emotional and spiritual one.
Whether your symptoms are caused by chronic disease, emotional trauma or the stresses of daily life, we welcome the opportunity to help you towards wellbeing and natural health.
Our clinic is in a Medical Centre so you will find it comfortable and adhering to strict clinical protocols.
We will take a full medical history and you will then receive an individualised treatment plan.
We have experienced male and female therapists who understand cultural sensitivities.
Dr Sahira Dar
Dr Sahira Dar is a health specialist in the broadest possible terms. She studied medicine at the University of Glasgow but soon after graduating she realised that modern medicine as taught in the West does not necessarily have all of the answers so she began to research alternative therapies, both Eastern and Western, to give her a more holistic approach through a better understanding of the self. Having completing her hospital training in 2002, she has been working as a General Practitioner in Glasgow for 10 years now. For her, the question “What is the best I can do for my patient?” has a wider array of answers than just the writing of a prescription for all ailments.
The Pure Remedy Clinic is the culmination of a journey which has seen her gain knowledge and experience in Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), Hijama Therapy, Emotional Freedom Technique, Homeopathy and Lifestyle Medicine.
Sahira has three children, is a graduate of the ground breaking iSyllabus Islamic Sciences course and recently has been studying Islamic Medical Ethics and Islamic Medicine. She is involved in various community projects and has a special interest in education of health topics in the Muslim community.
MBChB (University of Glasgow)
MRCGP (Royal College of General Practitioners)
Certified Master Practitioner NLP, TIME Techniques, Hypnotherapist, Coaching, EFT
Certified Hijama Therapist
BSLM Lifestyle Diploma - incomplete
(BSc Sports Science)
Our male practitioner is Adeel Ibrahim.
Adeel is one of the most recommended Hijama practitioners in Scotland. He has been taught and certified by two of the UK’s leading teachers and was one of the first to offer Hijama treatment in Scotland.
Adeel is very passionate and knowledgeable about nutrition, the wholefood diet, along with the need for raw unprocessed foods and the health benefits in juicing fruit and vegetables. From a young age he had a thirst to learn about Prophetic and Traditional Medicine, collecting books, researching and attending lectures and seminars on wellbeing.
He is known for being friendly, approachable, down to earth and trustworthy. He has spent many years as a Youth Development Worker, Family Support Worker, Sports Coach and Certified Counsellor.
Adeel has experience and involvement in many organisations and charities that cater for and care for people's physical, emotional and spiritual health. He is actively engaged in the local community in both spiritual circles and non, whether that be with youth groups or the elderly, counselling families, setting up community centres, or volunteering in charity work.
Having the benefit of a degree in Sports Science, Islamic Studies and a knowledge of pharmacy, along with his passion for advocating for true health and wellbeing, led him and Dr Sahira Dar to team up and establish the first Hijama Clinic in Scotland: Pure Remedy.