Let us now apply the cupping-glass to the skin in the usual way, and open the cock, , by turning the key.
Her father persuaded her to try the effect of a cupping-glass.
Apply a ligature tight above the part bitten, and then apply a cupping-glass.
Are you not conscious of the void, which draws on the enemy like a cupping-glass?
Cardan (as also Pictorio) reckons that this happens in no different way than with the cupping-glass, by the force of fire.
Yet the attracting force of the cupping-glass does not really come from the force of fire.
After this, bleeding should be encouraged by immersion in warm water, or the application of a cupping-glass.
Then this evening we can go to the 'cupping-glass' and have a jolly good spree, and act the home-coming American.
His adhesion is not the mere result of a kiss like that of a cupping-glass; it can only be explained by hooks that need releasing.
In deafness without fever Dr. Darwin applied a cupping-glass on the ear with good effect, as described in Phil.
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.