This quantity could be increased by employing a cupping glass over the bite.
Its precipitation is when it is turned inside out like a purse, and hangs out between the thighs, like a cupping glass.
He suggested the use of a cupping glass or a syringe, or in case of necessity even of the mouth for this purpose.
Construction of a cupping glass that sucks without the aid of fire.
The surface is scarified by a sharp stone or knife, and a buffalo horn is used as the cupping glass.
Let (Fig. 1) be a cupping glass (like that which is usually applied to the skin), divided by a partition, .
cupping glass n.
A glass vessel from which the air has been exhausted by heat or suction, applied to the skin to draw blood to the surface for therapeutic purposes. Also called cup.