Natural Cures in Islam

natural cures in Islam

fruits and herbs natural remedies in islamHere you will be taken to the journey of treatment through natural medication known from Qur’an and sayings of Holy Prophet (ﷺ – Sallallaho Alaihi Wa’sallam). So lets start my sisters, brothers and friends…

These areas will be covered in this category:

Kidney pain, clearing the urine and
stomach, facial beauty, increase
immunity, jaundice and reduce cold
effects. Cooling, diuretic, tonic and
vermifuge, diuretic, purgative.

Remove kidney and urinary bladder
stone, release intestinal pain, pile,
dyspepsia and anorexia.

Heart diseases, diarrhea,
endocarditis, pericarditis, dysentery

Strengthen body muscles, slow
down aging, clear the blood, remove
the measlesspot, piles, tuberculosis,
eczema, baldness, kidney pain,
pancreas pain, maleness, common
cold, stomach and respiratory
diseases.

 skin diseases,
antidote, swelling of kidney,
intestinal pain, heart attack, wound
healer, diarrhea, labour pain, sexual
weakness, stomach pain, piles,
physical strengthing, shrill the
voice, liver disorders.

Antidote to poison,  asthma and cough,
poultice for tumour and pile. Fruit
edible, carminative, diuretic and
deobstruent.

Treatment of abscesses and
wounds, anodyne and tonic, styptic
and purifying blood.

Common cold, relax body and brain
muscles, stomach diseases, cooling
effects on body, cough, kidney and
urinary bladder pain, liver and lung
disorders, dog bite, remove weary,
clear the face and cancer.

Fruits arefruits natural remedies in islam one of the oldest forms of food known to man. According to Qur’an, the fruits like grape, date, fig, olive and pomegranate are gifts and heavenly fruits of God.

They contain substantial quantities of essential nutrients in a rational proportion. They are excellent sources of minerals, vitamins and enzymes. They are easily digested and exercise a cleansing effect on the blood and the digestive tract. Persons subsisting on this natural diet will always enjoy good health. Moreover, the ailments caused by the intake of unnatural foods can be successfully treated by fruits. Fresh and dry fruits are thus not only a good food but also a good medicine.

Fruits, eaten raw or consumed as fresh juice, are excellent ways to retain and balance the moisture level in the body. The low level of sodium in fruits plays an important role for people who would like to avail of a salt-.
free diet. Dry fruits like apricots, raisins and dates are storehouses of calcium and iron, essential for the strengthening of bones and maintaining good blood, respectively.

Custard apple too is an excellent calcium source. If you are unwell, consume fruits in the form of fresh juice only. One or two fruits a day cleans the digestive tract and aids easy bowel action . Plants are an essential component of the universe. Human beings have used plants as medicine from the very beginning of time. After various observations and
experimentation medicinal plants were identified as a source of important medicine, therefore, treatment through these medicinal plants, began in the early stages of human civilization. Approximately 70% of the homeopathic drugs are prepared from the fresh plants. Similarly more than 90% of tibbi(herbal) medicines are prepared from herbs.

In Islam diseases are cured in two ways, first the cure of soul through prayers and second the cure of ailments through medicines.

The Holy Quran is one of the reference books describing the importance of plants used for different ailments in various Surahs.

The Holy Quran says:

And the earth He has put down (laid) for the
creatures. Their-in are fruits, date palms producing sheathed fruit-stalks (enclosing dates). And also corn, with (its) leaves and stalks for fodder and sweet-scented plants. Then which of the blessings of your lord will you both (jinn and men) deny?.

Our Holy Prophet (Sallallaho Alayhi Wassallam) used certain herbs and recommended various medicinal plants for cure of common diseases. The Prophet (Sallallaho Alayhi Wasallam) frequently commented upon the nature and value of various foods and spices. These comments were noted by his wives and companions (Radiallaho Anhum) and remain available to us today.

Keeping in view the importance of diverse medicinal flora and rich medicinal culture of Islam, research work was conducted to investigate ethnobotanical uses and create awareness about the fruit plant species enlisted in Holy Quran, Ahadith for the welfare of human communities throughout the world.

Articles in this category:

1. Uses of Date (khajoor)

2. Uses of Olive (zaitoon)

3. Uses of Figs (Injeer)

4. Quince: cure for Heart diseases, diarrhea, dysentery, handsome babies

5. Cucumber: (kheera) Cooling, tonic, increase weight, purgative

6. Uses of pomegranate (Anar)

7. Uses of Tooth brush tree, Mustard tree (miswak)

8. Uses of grapes (angoor)

9. Water-melon: Kidney, stomach, facial beauty, increases immunity and sexual power

 fruits and natural remedies and treatment in islam

Have a nice day!

Regards.

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