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Effects and Benefits of Hijama

Source : Agencies / 29 Apr 2014

The act of perfoming Hijama is a Sunnah of the Prophet Muhammad صل الله عليه و سلم  and it is extensivly reported in a wide collection of authentic ahadith. Its practice is strongly recomened and emphasized in a number of narations. The practice of Hijama forms an integral part of Islamic Prophetic Medicine. 

 

Ibn Sina: The Prince of Physicians

By Obeyd Choudry / 1 May 2013

In a relatively obscure village in the outskirts of Bukhara, the renowned capital of the Samanid dynasty, a Persian empire in Central Asia, a child was born in 370H/980CE. He was recognized early as a prodigy and was destined to become one of the world’s greatest minds.

 

Benefits of Hijama (Cupping)

Source : Agencies / 15 Mar 2013

The act of perfoming Hijama is a Sunnah of the Prophet Muhammad صلاللهعليهوسلم and it is extensivly reported in a wide collection of authentic ahadith. Its practice is strongly recomened and emphasized in a number of narations. The practice of Hijama forms an integral part of Islamic Prophetic Medicine. 

Hijama was a common practice of the Prophet Muhammad صلاللهعليهوسلم and his companions for the treatment of a range of ailments as well as a form of body maininance and health promotion. 

 

The Best Gift From God

By Ehsan Masood | IslamiCity | 19 Jan 2012

The Prophet Muhammad frequently emphasized the importance of good health and healthy eating. He also encouraged people to seek medical treatment, and is reported to have said: 'Make use of medical treatment for God has not made a disease without appointing a remedy for it, with the exception of one disease old age.'

 

Ramadan Fasting and Diabetes Mellitus

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Source:By: Fereidoun Azizi, MD, and Behnam Siahkolah, MD,/ Intl. Journal of Ramadan Fasting Research* / islamicity.com/October 31/2002 , res

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  Several of the world's great religions recommend a period of fasting or abstinence from certain foods. Of these, the Islamic fast during the Muslim month of Ramadan is strictly observed every year. Islam specifically outlines one full month of intermittent fasting. The experience of fasting is intended to teach Muslims self-discipline and self-restraint and remind them of the plight of the impoverished. Muslims observing the fast are required to abstain not only from eating and drinking, but also from consuming oral medications and intravenous nutritional fluids.

 
 

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