Archive for the ‘Health’ Category

Beating Women is a Reprehensible Characteristic

January 23, 2013

 

By Shaikh Muhammad ibn Haadee al Madkhalee

Arabic text:

http://www.ajurry.com/vb/showthread.php?t=17975

 

English translation as well as Arabic audio:

http://mtws.posthaven.com/beating-women-is-a-reprehensible-characterist

 

 

 

 

Useful Means Leading to a Happy Life – Imam as-Sa’dee

January 19, 2013

An excellent and important book by Imam Abdur Rahman as Sa’dee

 

Arabic text: al wasaa’il al mufeedah

 

The well-known student of knowledge, Shaikh Saalih as-Saalih – rahimahullah – gives a brief biography of Imam as-Sa’dee before reading the English translation here:

http://audio-islam.com/2012/06/10/useful-ways-of-leading-a-happy-life-imaam-as-sadee-mp3englishdr-saleh-as-saleh/

 

(The English translation may also be read at the above link)

 

Arabic audio (by the brother Abu Ahmad ash-Shaythamee who recites, records, and posts many beneficial books of the ulama)

http://ajurry.ws/alshaydamy/alwasail-almofidah-lilhayat-assaidah.mp3

Explanation by Shaikh Saalih as Suhaymee  (Arabic only):

http://www.alharamain.gov.sa/index.cfm?do=cms.scholarsubject&schid=5755&subjid=6599&audiotype=lectures&browseby=speaker

Zamzam Water Facts

January 19, 2013

Taken from:

http://www.salafitalk.net/st/viewmessages.cfm?Forum=6&Topic=7495

  1. The well of Zamzam has never dried up. Instead, it has always actually fulfilled the demand for water.
  2. It has also held the same salt composition and taste ever since it first poured forth.
  3. This water has never been chemically treated or chlorinated as is the case with water pumped into the cities.
  4. Biological growth and vegetation usually takes place in most wells. This makes the water unpalatable (unfit for drinking) owing to the growth of algae causing taste and odor problems. But in the case of the Zamzam water well, there wasnýt any sign of biological growth.

Water for every purpose
Al-Qasim Ibn Muhammad Ibn Ibad heard Suwaid Ibn Saeed say, ýI saw Abdullah Ibn Al-Mubarak in Makkah approach Zamzam, then he poured himself some Zamzam, faced the Qiblah and said to us: ýOn the authority of Muhammad Ibn Al-Munkadir from Jabir that the Prophet (peace be upon him) said, ýZamzam serves the intention that it was drunk for.ý I drink it to prevent myself from the thirst on the Day of Judgment.ý Then he drank (the Zamzam water).
ý Reported by Al-Khateeb Al-Baghdadi Vol. 3 pg. 394
source: Saudi Gazette newspaper Internet edition dt – 16 Thul-Hijjah 1429 H

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here are a couple of articles from Saudi Gazette 10 Ramadan 1430 H

 
Names of Zamzam

 
The Arabic word “Zamma” means ýto constrain.ý Ibn Abbas attributes the name to the sound of
water, as ýZamzamat Al-Maa,ý in Arabic means ýthe sound of water.ý

 
There are those who assert that the word indicates ýthe sound and words of Archangel Jibreel.ý
Over centuries people gave different names to Zamzam ý some 54 in all. These include Hazmat Jibreel (dent of Jibreel), Suqia Allah Li Ismail (Allahýs drink to Ismail), La Sharaq (does not choke), La Tuzami (does not cause bleeding), Barakah (a blessing), Seiyedah (lady), Nafea (beneficial), Awnah (a help), Bushra (good tidings), Safeyah (clear), Burrah (gratifying),

Esmah (a
protection), Salimah (safe), Meymounah (auspicious), Mubarakah (blessed), Kafiyah (satisfying), Afiyah (healing), Mughaziah (nourishing), Taherah (clean), Mifdah (sacrificing), Haramiyah (of the Holy Mosque), Murwiyah (thirst quenching), Mounisah (affable), Taýam Tuýom (satisfying ý serves the purpose for which it is drunk), and Shifaa (a curative).

 

 
Zamzam: The miraculous well that cleans itself

 
Zamzam, the precious and holy water in the precincts of the Grand Mosque in Makkah that started gushing out nearly 4,000 years ago in a spontaneous way, is still going strong.

 
The average daily consumption of Zamzam is 100 cubic meters on regular days, which doubles to 200 cubic meters on Fridays, and shoots up to more than 1,000 cubic meters during the Ramadan and Haj seasons.

 
Not only do pilgrims coming for Haj and Umrah from all over the world,
but locals also take it home in thousands of cans everyday to drink it to their heartýs content. The consumption of Zamzam naturally increases in Ramadan because of the large number of pilgrims visiting Makkah. The authorities also transport and supply Zamzam to the Prophetýs Mosque in Madina.

 
Aifan Al-Juaid, Director of Zamzam water distribution in the Grand Mosque, said this week that three million cups of Zamzam water are consumed
daily at the Grand Mosque during the month of Ramadan.

 
ýMore than 1,800 cubic meters of water is consumed inside the mosque and 270 cubic meters in the courtyards outside each day in Ramadan,ý he said. Pilgrims can drink Zamzam at 90 drinking points with 1,100 taps inside the mosque and 43 drinking areas
furnished with 100 taps outside. Al-Juaid said that Zamzam water is also supplied to the Prophetýs Mosque in Madina at a daily average of 274 cubic meters.
He said the late King Faisal showed considerable interest in improving the system of Zamzam water distribution to pilgrims.

 
Pilgrims and visitors drink plenty of Zamzam water, as there are several traditions of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), his Companions, and others, extolling the virtues, benefits, and curative values of Zamzam. The Ministry of Haj and Endowments laid down financial and administrative statutes for the distribution

 
of the holy water and established the Zamzam United Office in 1982, which has been striving to upgrade distribution so that pilgrims do not find any difficulty in getting desired quantities.

 
An engineer, Dr. Yahya Hamza Koshak, has documented in detail the story of Zamzam in his book ýZamzam: The
Holy Water.ý He has also produced a documentary film titled ýZamzam: Nourishment and Curative Value,ý in Arabic, English, French, Urdu, Bahasa, Malay and Turkish, based on his first-hand experience with the well of Zamzam.

 
In 1975, during King Faisalýs time, the old buildings of Zamzam were pulled down to
widen the area around Kaýba, The work was completed in a year. The second expansion, during King Khaledýs era, required the moving away of all entrances to Zamzam. While digging, underground water flooded many places. There was a risk. Research had to be carried out to protect the well itself.
Koshak was charged with the study. He had to investigate the water source and its outlet. After proper bathing and ablution, two divers began a mission that had never been undertaken before. They plunged into the divine waters of Zamzam on Jumad-Al-Awwal 17, 1399 Hijra (1979). Zamzam well is 3.5 meters deep, 17 meters of which are of granite rocks. The wellýs diameter is irregular. The part
above the rocky layer is of lime with a constructed well, a linear section leaning toward the Holy Kaýba.

 
At this stage of work, Zamzam was cleared of many objects thrown in by people who wrongly believed that doing so brought luck and prosperity ý metal money of different epochs, seals, emblems, pottery, earthen vessels and copper objects.

 
Down the ages, many people have examined the qualities of Zamzam. Muhammad Labib Al-Bitnoni, an Egyptian author, wrote in his book ýAl-Rehlat Al-Hijaziyahý that ýthe water is alkaline; rich in
sodium, calcium, potassium and chloride salts. It has sulfuric and nitric acids too. The combination makes it similar to mineral waters that have healing effects.ý

 
It is difficult to describe the exact taste of Zamzam. ýIt is not that of water to which salt has been added, nor is it that of diluted water. Its true taste, a slight salinity is clear only to the person who drinks it,ý writes Koshak.
The well has never been infected by germs or microbes. It has never been polluted by floodwater or drainage of nearby houses. No one has ever contracted any disease by drinking the water. The well miraculously cleans itself.

 
It springs forth from beneath the venerated House of Allah ý the Kaýba ý from the direction of Safa and Marwa.
ýThe main source of Zamzam is an opening tending toward the Holy Kaýba. It is 45 cm long and 30 cm wide and slopes downwards. It supplies the main volume of Zamzam as stated in historical references,ý mentions Dr. Koshak, who was asked to supervise the cleaning and
sterilization of the well in 1980. ýThe second main source is a broad gash measuring 70 cm long and 30 cm wide, that divides into two openings within. It lies in the direction of Ajyad,ý he adds.

 
There are also secondary sources. These are small outlets between the stones at the junction of the
built-and-hewn-parts of the well. There are five openings in the one-meter gap separating the two main sources. Besides, there are 21 inlets distributed from near the first main source that opens in the direction of JabalAbu Qubais, the Safa and the Marwa, to the second main source. These inlets are at different
levels and they discharge varying amounts of water.

 

Advice on Dealing with Anger

April 9, 2012

I would also advise: Ask Allah to remove the anger (as many times as necessary), say authentic dua’s/dhikr, and recite Quran

Taken from: http://www.troid.ca/index.php/ibaadah/advice/to-the-muslims/617-advice-on-dealing-with-anger

 

Among the benefits of this advice given by the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) is the fact that it prevents the angry person from going out of control, because he could strike out and injure someone, or even kill – as we will find out shortly – or he could destroy possessions and so on.

The Messenger of Allaah (sallallaahu ’alayhi wa sallam) said: “The strong man is not the one who can overpower others (in wrestling); rather, the strong man is the one who controls himself when he gets angry.”

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Anger is one of the evil whispers of Shaytaan, which leads to so many evils and tragedies, of which only Allaah knows their full extent. For this reason Islam has a great deal to say about this bad characteristic, and the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) described cures for this “disease” and ways to limit its effects, among which are the following:

(1) Seeking refuge with Allaah from the Shaytaan:

Sulayman ibn Sard said: “I was sitting with the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him), and two men were slandering one another. One of them was red in the face, and the veins on his neck were standing out. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said, ‘I know a word which, if he were to say it, what he feels would go away. If he said “I seek refuge with Allaah from the Shaytaan,” what he feels (i.e., his anger) would go away.'” (Reported by al-Bukhaari, al-Fath, 6/337)

The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “If a man gets angry and says, ‘I seek refuge with Allaah,’ his anger will go away.” (Saheeh al-Jaami’ al-Sagheer, no. 695)

(2) Keeping silent:

The Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “If any of you becomes angry, let him keep silent.” (Reported by Imaam Ahmad, al-Musnad, 1/329; see also Saheeh al-Jaami’, 693, 4027).

This is because in most cases, the angry person loses self control and could utter words of kufr (from which we seek refuge with Allaah), or curses, or the word of divorce (talaaq) which would destroy his home, or words of slander which would bring him the enmity and hatred of others. So, in short, keeping silent is the solution which helps one to avoid all that.

(3) Not moving:

The Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “If any of you becomes angry and he is standing, let him sit down, so his anger will go away; if it does not go away, let him lie down.”

The narrator of this hadeeth is Abu Dharr (may Allaah be pleased with him), and there is a story connected to his telling of it: he was taking his camels to drink at a trough that he owned, when some other people came along and said (to one another), “Who can compete with Abu Dharr (in bringing animals to drink) and make his hair stand on end?” A man said, “I can,” so he brought his animals and competed with Abu Dharr, with the result that the trough was broken. [i.e., Abu Dharr was expecting help in watering his camels, but instead the man misbehaved and caused the trough to be broken]. Abu Dharr was standing, so he sat down, then he laid down. Someone asked him, “O Abu Dharr, why did you sit down then lie down?” He said: “The Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: . . .” and quoted the hadeeth. (The hadeeth and this story may be found in Musnad Ahmad, 5/152; see also Saheeh al-Jaami’, no. 694).

According to another report, Abu Dharr was watering his animals at the trough, when another man made him angry, so he sat down . . . (Fayd al-Qadeer, al-Manaawi, 1/408)

Among the benefits of this advice given by the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) is the fact that it prevents the angry person from going out of control, because he could strike out and injure someone, or even kill – as we will find out shortly – or he could destroy possessions and so on. Sitting down makes it less likely that he will become overexcited, and lying down makes it even less likely that he will do something crazy or harmful. Al-‘Allaamah al-Khattaabi, may Allaah have mercy on him, said in his commentary on Abu Dawud: “One who is standing is in a position to strike and destroy, while the one who is sitting is less likely to do that, and the one who is lying down can do neither. It is possible that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) told the angry person to sit down or lie down so that he would not do something that he would later regret. And Allaah knows best.” (Sunan Abi Dawud, with Ma’aalim al-Sunan, 5/141)

(4) Following the advice of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him):

Abu Hurayrah, may Allaah be pleased with him, reported that a man said to the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him), “Advise me.” He said, “Do not become angry.” The man repeated his request several times, and each time the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) told him, “Do not become angry.” (Reported by al-Bukhaari, Fath al-Bari, 10/456)

According to another report, the man said: “I thought about what the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said, and I realized that anger combines all kinds of evil.” (Musnad Ahmad, 5/373)

(5) Do not become angry and Paradise will be yours (a saheeh hadeeth, see Saheeh al-Jaami’, 7374. Ibn Hajr attributed it to al-Tabaraani, see al-Fath 4/465):

(a saheeh hadeeth, see Saheeh al-Jaami’, 7374. Ibn Hajr attributed it to al-Tabaraani, see al-Fath 4/465):

Remembering what Allaah has promised to the righteous (muttaqeen) who keep away from the causes of anger and struggle within themselves to control it, is one of the most effective ways of extinguishing the flames of anger. One of the ahaadeeth that describe the great reward for doing this is: “Whoever controls his anger at the time when he has the means to act upon it, Allaah will fill his heart with contentment on the Day of Resurrection.” (Reported by al-Tabaraani, 12/453, see also Saheeh al-Jaami’, 6518).

Another great reward is described in the Prophet’s words: “Whoever controls his anger at the time when he has the means to act upon it, Allaah will call him before all of mankind on the Day of Resurrection, and will let him choose of the Hoor al-‘Iyn whoever he wants.” (Reported by Abu Dawud, 4777, and others. It is classified as hasan in Saheeh al-Jaami, 6518).

(6) Knowing the high status and advantages offered to those who control themselves:

The Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “The strong man is not the one who can overpower others (in wrestling); rather, the strong man is the one who controls himself when he gets angry.” (Reported by Ahmad, 2/236; the hadeeth is agreed upon). The greater the anger, the higher the status of the one who controls himself. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “The strongest man is the one who, when he gets angry and his face reddens and his hackles rise, is able to defeat his anger.” (Reported by Imaam Ahmad, 5/367, and classified as hasan in Saheeh al-Jaami’, 3859)

Anas reported that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) passed by some people who were wrestling. He asked, “What is this?” They said: “So-and-so is the strongest, he can beat anybody.” The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said, “Shall I not tell you who is even stronger then him? The man who, when he is mistreated by another, controls his anger, has defeated his own shaytaan and the shaytaan of the one who made him angry.” (Reported by al-Bazzaar, and Ibn Hajr said its isnaad is saheeh. Al-Fath, 10/519)

(7) Following the Prophet’s example in the case of anger:

The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) is our leader and has set the highest example in this matter, as is recorded in a number of ahaadeeth. One of the most famous was reported by Anas, may Allaah be pleased with him, who said: “I was walking with the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him), and he was wearing a Najraani cloak with a rough collar. A Bedouin came and seized him roughly by the edge of his cloak, and I saw the marks left on his neck by the collar. Then the Bedouin ordered him to give him some of the wealth of Allaah that he had. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) turned to him and smiled, then ordered that he should be given something.” (Agreed upon. Fath al-Baari, 10/375)

Another way in which we can follow the example of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) is by making our anger for the sake of Allaah, when His rights are violated. This is the kind of anger which is praiseworthy. So the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) became angry when he was told about the imaam who was putting people off the prayer by making it too long; when he saw a curtain with pictures of animate creatures in ‘Aa’ishah’s house; when Usaamah spoke to him about the Makhzoomi woman who had been convicted of theft, and he said “Do you seek to intervene concerning one of the punishments prescribed by Allaah?”; when he was asked questions that he disliked, and so on. His anger was purely for the sake of Allaah.

(8) Knowing that resisting anger is one of the signs of righteousness (taqwaa):

The righteous (al-muttaqoon) are those praised by Allaah in the Qur’aan and by His Messenger (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him). Paradise as wide as heaven and earth has been prepared for them. One of their characteristics is that they (interpretation of the meaning) “spend (in Allaah’s Cause) in prosperity and in adversity, [they] repress anger, and [they] pardon men; verily, Allaah loves al-muhsinoon (the good-doers).” [Aal ‘Imraan 3:134]

These are the ones whose good character and beautiful attributes and deeds Allaah has mentioned, and whom people admire and want to emulate. One of their characteristics is that (interpretation of the meaning) “. . . when they are angry, they forgive.” [al-Shooraa 42:47]

(9) Listening to reminders:

Anger is a part of human nature, and people vary in their anger. It may be difficult for a man not to get angry, but sincere people will remember Allaah when they are reminded, and they will not overstep the mark. Some examples follow:

Ibn ‘Abbaas (may Allaah be pleased with him) reported that a man sought permission to speak to ‘Umar ibn al-Khattaab (may Allaah be pleased with him), then he said: “O son of al-Khattaab, you are not giving us much and you are not judging fairly between us.” ‘Umar (may Allaah be pleased with him) was so angry that he was about to attack the man, but al-Hurr ibn Qays, who was one of those present, said: “O Ameer al-Mu’mineen, Allaah said to His Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) (interpretation of the meaning): ‘Show forgiveness, enjoin what is good, and turn away from the foolish’ [al-A’raaf 7:199]. This man is one of the foolish.” By Allaah, ‘Umar could go no further after al-Hurr had recited this aayah to him, and he a man who was careful to adhere to the Book of Allaah. (Reported by al-Bukhaari, al-Fath, 4/304).

This is how the Muslim should be. The evil munaafiq (hypocrite) was not like this when he was told the hadeeth of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) and one of the Companions said to him, “Seek refuge with Allaah from the Shaytaan.” He said to the one who reminded him, “Do you think I am crazy? Go away!” (Reported by al-Bukhaari, al-Fath, 1/465). We seek refuge with Allaah from failure.

(10) Knowing the bad effects of anger:

The negative effects of anger are many; in short they cause damage to one’s own self and to others. The angry person may utter words of slander and obscenity, he may attack others (physically) in an uncontrolled manner, even to the point of killing. The following story contains a valuable lesson:

‘Ilqimah ibn Waa’il reported that his father (may Allaah be pleased with him) told him: “I was sitting with the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) when a man came to him leading another man by a rope. He said, ‘O Messenger of Allaah, this man killed my brother.’ The Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) asked him, ‘Did you kill him?’ He said, ‘Yes, I killed him.’ He asked, ‘How did you kill him?’ He said, ‘He and I were hitting a tree to make the leaves fall, for animal feed, and he slandered me, so I struck him on the side of the head with an axe, and killed him.’ . . .” (Reported by Muslim, 1307, edited by al-Baaqi).

Anger could lead to less than killing, such as wounding and breaking bones. If the one who caused the anger runs away, the angry person turns his anger in on himself, so he may tear his clothes, or strike his cheeks, or have a fit, or fall unconscious, or he may break dishes and plates, or break furniture.

In the worst cases, anger results in social disasters and the breaking of family ties, i.e., divorce. Ask many of those who divorced their wives, and they will tell you: it was in a moment of anger. This divorce results in misery for the children, regret and frustration, a hard and difficult life, all as a result of anger. If they had remembered Allaah, come to their senses, restrained their anger and sought refuge with Allaah, none of this would have happened. Going against the sharee’ah only results in loss.

The damage to health that results from anger can only be described by doctors, such as thrombosis, high blood pressure, tachycardia (abnormally rapid heartbeat) and hyperventilation (rapid, shallow breathing), which can lead to fatal heart attacks, diabetes, etc. We ask Allaah for good health.

(11) The angry person should think about himself during moments of anger:

If the angry person could see himself in the mirror when he is angry, he would hate himself and the way he looks. If he could see the way he changes, and the way his body and limbs shake, how his eyes glare and how out of control and crazy his behaviour is, he would despise himself and be revolted by his own appearance. It is well-known that inner ugliness is even worse than outer ugliness; how happy the Shaytaan must be when a person is in this state! We seek refuge with Allaah from the Shaytaan and from failure.

(12) Du’aa’:

Du’aa’ is always the weapon of the believer, whereby he asks Allaah to protect him from evil, trouble and bad behaviour and seeks refuge with Him from falling into the pit of kufr or wrongdoing because of anger. One of the three things that can help save him is: being fair at times of contentment and of anger (Saheeh al-Jaami’, 3039). One of the du’aa’s of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) was:

“O Allaah, by Your knowledge of the Unseen and Your power over Your creation, keep me alive for as long as You know life is good for me, and cause me to die when You know death is good for me. O Allaah, I ask You to make me fear You in secret and in public, and I ask You to make me speak the truth in times of contentment and of anger. I ask You not to let me be extravagant in poverty or in prosperity. I ask You for continuous blessings, and for contentment that does not end. I ask You to let me accept Your decree, and for a good life after death. I ask You for the joy of seeing Your face and for the longing to meet You, without going through diseases and misguiding fitnah (trials). O Allaah, adorn us with the adornment of faith and make us among those who are guided. Praise be to Allaah, the Lord of the Worlds.”

 

Eating local fruit

July 5, 2010

Taken from: http://www.salafitalk.net/st/viewmessages.cfm?Forum=6&Topic=7416

The great Muslim scholar Ibn al-Qayyim stated in his most excellent book, “The Prophetic Medicine” (contained in Zaad al-Ma’aad, 4/201, Mu’assisat ur-Risaalah):

He (the Prophet, sallallaahu alayhi wa sallam) used to eat from the fruit of his land when it was in season and did not refrain from it. This too is from amongst the greatest means of preserving health. For Allaah, the Sublime, in His wisdom, created for every land such (varieties) of fruit that provide benefit for its local inhabitants when it is in season. Thus, consuming it is from the causes of their health and well-being, and it makes unnecessary the use of many medicines. Rarely does one refrain from eating the fruit of his land fearing sickness except that he is the most sick of people bodily, and the furthest of them from bodily health and strength.

And the moisture that is contained in the fruit will be cooked by the heat of the season and earth, and by the heat of the stomach which will repel any harm it may have. This is so long as he does not eat it in excess, nor overload the [bodily] constitution with more than it can bear, nor corrupt other food by it by consuming it while that food is still undigested, nor corrupt the fruit by drinking water over it, or eating food immediately after it. For colic often results from that. Whoever eats from the fruit that is in season, in the desirable amount, in the desirable manner will find it a most beneficial medicine.

Treatment for Diabetes

July 5, 2010

ما أنزل الله داء ، إلا قد أنزل له شفاء ، علمه من علمه ، و جهله من جهله

“Allah hasn’t sent down any illness except that He also sent down its cure, some people may know it and some people may be ignorant of it” (Ahmad, Shaikh Albanee said its isnaad is saheeh, my translation)

Taken from: http://www.salafitalk.net/st/viewmessages.cfm?Forum=6&Topic=9996

Bismillaah Al-Hamdulillaah wa salatu wa salaamu ‘ala rasulullaah

Amma ba’d

Cure for Diabetes found, by Allaah’s Permission!

The head of the court house of Tabook in the kingdom of Saudi Arabia have found a treatment for diabetes. After a clinical trial that was successful, and praise is due to Allah.

The head of the Court of Tabook, Salih Mohammad at-Twaajri has found a cure for diabetes that so many people are suffering from, especially the elderly, men or women.

He mentioned that it took many trials and hard work, he found, by the permission of Allah, the best way to treat this disease.

Ingredients:
1. 100 grams/3.5 ounces of Burr (whole wheat)
2. 100 grams/3.5 ounces of Leban Murr (Real Arabic Gum base from the Gum tree)
3. 100 grams/3.5 ounces of Sha’eer (Barley)
4. 100 grams/3.5 ounces of Habba Sudaa (Black Seed)

Preparation: Mix all the ingredients with five cups of water. Heat up the mixture till it boils. Let the mixture boil for ten minutes. Let the mixture set till it cools. Strain the mixture of all the impurities. Keep the clean liquid in a glass container.

Usage: The sick person starts drinking this liquid in the amount of an espresso cup every morning before breakfast on an empty stomach for seven consecutive days. After this week, He/she changes the methodology. He/she starts doing the same amount every other day for a week. After that, he stops completely using the mixture. Thereafter, he/she can eat whatever that was not allowed for them before the treatment, and don’t fear inshaa Allah.

HealthyMuslim.com

July 5, 2010

http://www.healthymuslim.com/index.cfm