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    I am wondering if any Muslims have the great valuable advice and recommendations for sickness and illments either serious or minor that everyone could refer to. I mean to say if there are some, which include traditional herbs and herbal.... I need to compile them into my file of valauable and traditional herbs and medicines. It would be a very important compilation. And supposed you know and have persaonal epertise and experience, and perhaps someone could get the information and to use that knowledge. Thanks.

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    Check out other threads in this Health and Fitness section, lot of useful information is posted here.

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    Allah Is The Curer .
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    As Muslims, it is very important to have the correct belief in Allah. He is the One who cures us when we are sick. It is also from the Sunnah to seek and take the remedy. So we do not fall into two common errors.

    The first is not to take the remedy when we know it can help cure us by the will of Allah.The second is that we believe that only the remedy or medicine will cure us. Here, we would fall into a major sin because it is Allah who is the Curer and if He wills we are cured and if He wills we are not. We should believe that only Allah is the Curer otherwise we may fall into shirk (associating partners with Allah).
    Therefore, we seek and take the remedy and put out trust in Allah by asking Him to cure us and believing that only He is the Curer.

    The Messenger r would say:



    "وَاشْفِ أَنْتَ الشّافِي لا شِفَاءَ إلا شِفَاؤُك".

    ".And cure us for You are the Curer, there is no cure but Your cure"
    [Saheeh Al-Bukhaaree and Saheeh Muslim].
    ‘Abdulrahman as-Sa’di (may Allah have mercy on him) likewise shows that we should not rely too much on medicine as though it is the only remedy that can cure us. Rather Allah has made a cure in other aspects that we may not even realise. For example, the story of Yusuf’s u father who was given a piece of clothing from Yusuf u. When Yusuf’s u father smelt his son’s fragrance, he regained his eyesight and he was cured. The fragrance of Yusuf was a cure for his father’s eyesight. Allah was able to cure Yusuf’s u father without a reason but Allah is All-Wise. Similar to this is the story of Ayub u whereby no medication or doctors were able to cure his skin condition. Allah ordered him to hit the ground hard with his foot such that pure water would gush out. Allah then ordered him to drink from it and have a bath from that water. So Allah removed the harm internally and externally from him and Ayub u was cured. Therefore, Allah cures His servants by either clear, apparent reasons such as medication or by other not so apparent reasons that even the human intellect cannot comprehend.

    Allah said:

    { وإن يمسسك الله بضر فلا كاشف له إلا هو }


    And When Allah wills that you are inflicted with harm there is no one to remove it but him.


    [Soorah al-An’aam:17]



    [Taken from Bahjatu Quloob al-Abraar by Sheikh 'Abdulrahman As-Sa'di (may Allah have mercy upon him) p.24 summarised].



    Remedies from the authentic Sunnah of the Messengerr (Prophetic Medicine, Prophetic Healing, Tibb An-Nabawi) by following the Quran and Sunnah upon the understanding of the pious predecessors.
    The Messenger r said, "For every disease there is a cure so if the medicine comes upon the disease it cures it by the will of Allah, the Most High." [Saheeh Muslim (2204)].
    Ibn al-Qayyim (may Allah have mercy on him) said, "This gives hope to the patient as well as the doctor since for every disease there is a cure that should be searched for." [Zaad al Ma’aad, 4/17].

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    Aisha (may Allah be pleased with her) used to recommend talbina for the sick and for one who was grieving over a dead person. She (may Allah be pleased with her) said, "I heard the Messenger r saying, ' The talbina gives rest to the heart of the patient and makes it active and relieves some of his sorrow and grief.' " [Saheeh al-Bukhaaree (5325)].

    Aisha (may Allah be pleased with her) said that whenever one of her relatives died, the women assembled and then dispersed (returned to their houses) except her relatives and close friends. She (may Allah be pleased with her) would order that a pot of talbina be cooked. Then Tharid (a dish prepared from meat and bread) would be prepared and the talbina would be poured over it. Aisha (may Allah be pleased with her) would say (to the women), "Eat of it, for I heard the Messenger r saying, 'The talbina soothes the heart of the patient and relieves him from some of his sadness.' " [Saheeh al-Bukhaaree (5058)].

    Hisham's father y said, "Aisha (may Allah be pleased with her) used to recommend talbina and used to say, 'It is disliked (by the patient) although it is beneficial.' '' [Saheeh al-Bukhaaree (5326)].

    Aisha (may Allah be pleased with her) narrated, "If any of the Messenger's y family became ill, the Messenger y would say, 'It (talbina) soothes the grieving heart and cleanses the ailing heart just as one of you cleans dirt off his face with water.' " [Saheeh Sunan ibn Maajah (3445), hadeeth hasan].

    Aishah (may Allah be pleased with her) narrated that the Messenger y said, "You should eat the beneficial thing that is unpleasant to eat (Talbina), meaning broth. If any member of the Messenger of Allah's y family was sick, the cooking pot would remain on the fire until one of two things happened, either the person recovered or died." [Saheeh Sunan ibn Maajah (3446) hadeeth hasan].
    Recipe

    Talbina is made by adding 1-2 tablespoons of barley flour (must be 100% wholegrain barley flour) to one and a half cups of water. Place on low heat for 10-15 minutes (optional: add coconut/milk or yoghurt and sweeten with honey). This may also be used as a food thickener for gravy, soups, dishes etc.

    Alternatively you may add 1-2 tablespoons of barley flour (must be 100% wholegrain barley flour) to one and a half cups of coconut/milk. Place on low heat for 10-15 minutes (optional: add water or yoghurt and sweeten with honey).

    The Talbina mixture may then be put in the blender with fresh or frozen fruits and/or ground flax seeds. etc It may be blended together to make a tasty talbina 'smoothie'.

    Drink at least one cup daily.

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    Yes I have the same views to you that " Allah is the only one who is responsible for curing every diseses". Hijama is one therapy that is sunnah . If you live in U.K then you may try Hijama Therapy UK for the wellness from different kind of diseases like Headache and back pain.


 

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