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Lunch like Rasulullah (s.a.w)

Lunch like the Prophet (saws). (use apple cider vinegar that is not processed)

Lotus is a thorny shrub both wild and cultivated. It originates in Arabia and…

Lotus is a thorny shrub both wild and cultivated. It originates in Arabia and Yemen, and is grown in Egypt and on the coast of the Mediterranean. It belongs to the Rhamnaceae family. The fruit or jujube has a sweet taste and a nice smell.

Alhamdulillah

Ibn Al-Qayyim said that “the effectiveness of these surahs is great to repel magic, evil eye, and the rest of the evils and the need for a slave to seek Allah’s protection from these two surahs is.

Ibn Sina prescribed it for the treatment of headaches and migraines, paralysis of facial nerves and cataracts. He prescribed that crushed black seed should be mixed with honey and drunk in hot water to treat and destroy kidney stones and bladder stones, and as a diuretic.#DarussalamPublishers #IslamicMedicine ~Amatullah♥

Ibn Sina prescribed it for the treatment of headaches and migraines, paralysis…

There is modern evidence to show that squash is beneficial in protecting against cancer. The Journal of Biochemical Research published an article in 1985 on a study carried out in the National Cancer Institute in the United States which indicates that squash protects against lung cancer in the inhabitants of New Jersey in the United States. (Qabasat Min al-Tibb An-Nabawi) #DarussalamPublishers #IslamicMedicine #IslamicEBooks #AmazonKindle  #KindleStore #BarnesAndNoble

Prophet of Allah (Sallallaho Alaihi Wassallam) loved Gourd [SQUASH]. In a narration by "Abu Naeem" Prophet of Allah (s. Eat plenty of squash because it strengthens the brain.

Milk strengthens children’s bones and makes them taller; it replaces dead cells and prevents the disease of rickets. It strengthens their teeth because it contains calcium and phosphorus in abundant amounts and in an easily absorbed form. It is also beneficial for the chest and lungs

The importance of milk, as explained in Islamic Medicine. Yet the cow, who gives and gives of this milk that is really meant for her own children, deserves full credit for supplying us with it.