Sneezing and Yawning Ibn Hajar, may Allah have Mercy on him, said that Al-Khattabi said, “What is meant by liking and disliking here refers to the causes, because sneezing is due to energy in the body, opening the pores and not eating too much, unlike yawning which is due to filling the body and making it heavy, which stems from eating too much and mixing different types of food. T #DarussalamPublishers #IslamicMedicine #IslamicEBooks #AmazonKindle #KindleStore #BarnesAndNoble
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Cleaning the front and back passages and avoiding impurities.The first step in this purification is the cleanliness of the two passages via which bodily waste, which contains a huge number of micro organisms and harmful toxins, is expelled. The Lawgiver calls this waste Najasah (impurity) and enjoins washing the front and back passages with water to remove any trace of impurity that may cling to the body or clothes.
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.
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-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. As for the one who eats a lot of wheat, the best thing for him when he is sick is barley broth.”