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The Top Six Healthy Nutritional Habits in Islam(2)

The Top Six Healthy Nutritional Habits in Islam(2)

Eating with Washed, Wet Hands Washing hands before meals is yet another concept in Islam and many other religions. Further admonition is not to dry our hands and proceed to eat with wet hands. This concept is now clear because if we were to wash our hands and then dry them with a tissue/towel, we are likely to introduce low charge energy into the energy fields of our hand. This ... Read More »

The Top Six Healthy Nutritional Habits in Islam(1)

The Top Six Healthy Nutritional Habits in Islam(1)

The religion of Islam has one of the most comprehensive eating and dietary habits and one even wonders as to why all the strict rulings. This is true because the stomach is one of those bodily organs that is largely unstable in electrical terms and when there is over-eating or there is junk food ingested, this over-stresses the stomach and the organs concerned with digestion become chemically and electrically at ... Read More »

Recommended Times for Hijama-Therapy

Recommended Times for Hijama-Therapy

Best Weekday for Hijama It is impossible to establish an universal rule for the best day of the week for Hijama. Many Muslims (especially from the sub-continent) consider Thursdays to be a specially blessed day of the week for Sakat (which means Charity, Welfare – it is one of the Five Pillars of Islam). Many Hakim (Muslim healers) see Thursdays as the best week day for a Hijama treatment. I too like to do special treatments on Thursdays ... Read More »

A Guide to Hijama

A Guide to Hijama

Many confuse Hijama to be the same as popular wet cupping (or dry cupping in it’s alternative blood less application) or even the same as leeching. However, Hijama is it’s own unique medicinal technique that cures  patients of many ailments including psychic illness (depression aso.), chronic headaches, poisoning and asthma to name just a few applications. Hijama (or Al Hijamah) is a traditional Arabic form of wet cupping treatment that is ... Read More »

The Unique Medical Dissertation by Imam Reza(A.S.)

The Unique Medical Dissertation by Imam Reza(A.S.)

The Unique Medical Dissertation by Imam Reza(A.S.) The sciences of Ima`m al-Reza`, peace be on him, were not confined to the precepts of Islamic law; rather they included all kinds of science of which was medicine. The Ima`m was unique in medicine, and the clear proof of that is this dissertation which al-Ma’mun called al-Risala al-Dhahabiya fi al-Tibb (the golden medical dissertation). As al-Ma’mu`n admired the dissertation, he gave the ... Read More »

Imam JaʿFar Al-sadeq and Herbal Medicine

Imam JaʿFar Al-sadeq and Herbal Medicine

 Imam JaʿFar Al-sadeq and Herbal Medicine Imam Jaʿfar al-Ṣādeq’s work on medicine (Ṭebb al-Emām al-Ṣādeq) belongs to a genre of traditional herbal medicine attributed to the Shiʿite imams and known as the Medicine of the imams (ṭebb al-aʾemma), whose salient figure is Imam Jaʿfar al-Ṣādeq. Imam Ṣādeq’s narrated dictums (Hadith) are central to Shiʿite medical literature as it enhanced, in the course of time, the spiritual image of the imam ... Read More »

Islamic Medical Wisdom “The Tibb al-A’imma”

Islamic Medical Wisdom “The Tibb al-A’imma”

Islamic Medical Wisdom “The Tibb al-A’imma” “The Imams of the Ahl al-Bayt (as), were as concerned with treating the body as they were with treating the soul, and their regard for the soundness of the body was similar to their regard for the refinement of the soul.” INTRODUCTION They were physicians of the soul and the body, and Muslims would consult them for their physical illnesses as they would for ... Read More »

Pomegranate and its benefits

Pomegranate and its benefits

The princely pomegranate, ar-Rumm in Arabic, is mentioned in the Qur’an as one of the many delicious rewards awaiting in Paradise. Its numerous uses in cooking and medicine, as well as its beautiful structure, make the fruit a wonder for Muslims who believe that each pomegranate seed is a sign of the sustainer. Pomegranates are mentioned three times in the Qur’an: As one of the fruits that will be found ... Read More »

What are the health benefits of olive oil?

What are the health benefits of olive oil?

over the last 50 years, there have been thousands of studies examining the health benefits of olive oil. Below are some examples: Olive oil and the cardiovascular systemAceite de oliva españa In 2010, more than 45% of global olive oil production came from Spain Olive oil is the main source of dietary fat in the Mediterranean diet, which is associated with a low death rate from cardiovascular diseases compared to ... Read More »

What is the olive oil?

What is the olive oil?

Olive oil is a fat obtained from the fruit of the Olea europaea (olive tree), a traditional tree crop of the Mediterranean region, where whole olives are pressed to produce olive oil. The oil is used in cosmetics, medicine, cooking and soaps, and was also used as a fuel for traditional lamps. Although originating in the Mediterranean countries, today it is used worldwide. Greece has the highest olive oil intake ... Read More »