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The Prophet, peace and blessings of Allah be upon him, said: “Zamzam water is for that for which it is drunk.” (Narrated by Ahmad and Ibn Majah; it is saheeh) #DarussalamPublishers #IslamicMedicine #IslamicEBooks #AmazonKindle #KindleStore #BarnesAndNoble


Al-Muwaffaq Al-Baghdadi said, “If you want to know the benefits of Talbeenah, then think of the benefits of barley water, especially if it is made of bran. There is nothing more beneficial than broth for one who eats a lot of barley. #DarussalamPublishers #IslamicMedicine #IslamicEBooks #AmazonKindle #KindleStore #BarnesAndNoble


Melon is a summer annual plant that grows on the surface of the ground; it is a member of the squash family. It was first cultivated in Egypt and India, where it is mentioned in the medical books of the Ayurveda. From there it was brought to the Mediterranean region. It is one of the most important summer fruits because it contains a high ratio of water (90-93 percent). It quenches thirst and hydrates the body.


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)


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.#DarussalamPublishers #IslamicMedicine #IslamicEBooks #AmazonKindle #KindleStore #BarnesAndNoble


Ibn Al-Qayyim, may Allah have mercy upon him, said, “In the citron there are many benefits, in its skin, flesh, juice and seeds. Among the benefits of its skin: it brings a pleasant smell to the air, and perfumes the breath, if it is held in the mouth. If it is put in food, it helps with digestion. As for its flesh, it eases the stomach.”

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.

Henna has been known since ancient times. The Pharaohs used it for various purposes. They made a paste from its ground leaves for the hands, to dye their hair and as a remedy for wounds. Many Pharaonic mummies have been found dyed with henna. They also made a perfume with its flowers.#DarussalamPublishers #IslamicMedicine #IslamicEBooks #AmazonKindle #KindleStore #BarnesAndNoble

Al-Kahhal Ibn Tarkhan said, “It heats, acts as a laxative, expels worms and stimulates the libido. If it is cooked with soups, it cleanses the chest and stops the hair from falling. If it is used as a compress with water and salt, it helps to draw out boils and is beneficial in cases of asthma and difficulty breathing;#DarussalamPublishers #IslamicMedicine #IslamicEBooks #AmazonKindle #KindleStore #BarnesAndNoble

Figs are regarded as one of the richest fruits in vitamins, especially B1, B2, C, carotene and, first and foremost, vitamin A. They also contain a high level of nutrients, especially iron, calcium and copper, #DarussalamPublishers #IslamicMedicine #IslamicEBooks #AmazonKindle #KindleStore #BarnesAndNoble