MEDICINE: HIJAAMAH (CUPPING) Samurah said that Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) said: “The best thing with which you can treat sicknesses is cupping.” Collected by Ahmad, al-Haakim and at-Tabaraanee Hijaamah (cupping) is the Arab method of blood-letting. The skin is pierced, either by needles or a sharp instrument, and a cup is placed over the pierced area. The air in the cup is then extracted by sucking it out through a hole in the cup, which is then sealed. The vacuum causes blood to flow out.
There are three sources or habitats of them, namely man, animals and the environment (dust and water). The texts of Shari‘ah (Islamic legislation) enumerate several methods regarding the eradication of these organisms from their habitats and preventing them from causing harm to man, and the most familiar one is performing Wudu five times a day. #DarussalamPublishers #IslamicMedicine #IslamicEBooks #AmazonKindle #KindleStore #BarnesAndNoble
According to Dentists, The mouth is the main entrance to the internal organs of the body, so we can understand the danger that may befall these faculties, whether it is the upper respiratory tract, the lungs or the digestive system, if any ailment afflicts the mouth. Moreover, the nervous system that is connected to the teeth and facial area represents a great danger to man because it is the closest to the center of the nervous system, namely the brain. Hence any pain in this area is…
Institute of Atherosclerosis Research in the University of Munster, in Germany, who is one of the most prominent researchers in the world in the field of atherosclerosis, that consuming olive oil may protect against many other cancers, including cancer of the colon, uterus, and ovary, despite the fact that the number of these studies is still small. #DarussalamPublishers #IslamicMedicine #IslamicEBooks #AmazonKindle #KindleStore #BarnesAndNoble
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
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. #DarussalamPublishers #IslamicMedicine #IslamicEBooks #AmazonKindle #KindleStore #BarnesAndNoble
The Chinese and Indians have used ginger since ancient times as a remedy and as a spice. Galen says of it, “It has a strong warming effect. If we want to warm the entire body quickly, then we must eat ginger.” Ibn Masawayh said, “Ginger is beneficial in cases of blockage in the liver resulting from moisture and cold. #SunnahFood #ginger #IslamicMedicine