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Natural Healing with The Medicine of the Prophet
Natural Healing with The Medicine of the Prophet
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  • Authored by: Ibn al-Qayyim al-Jawziyyah

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Details:  Natural Healing with The Medicine of the Prophet,
*Large [A4] Paperback - 386 pages,
''Tibb-e-Nabawi'' by ibn al-Qayyim**
From The Book of the Provisions of the Hereafter,
English Translation By Shaykh Muhammad Al-Akili.

Natural Healing With The Medicine of the Prophet - From the 'Book of the Provisions of the Hereafter' by Imam Ibn Qayyim Al-Jawziyya.

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This work is the first original translation of Tibb-e Nabawi, Medicine of the Prophet, may Allah bless him and grant him peace. It also contains a selection from Zad al-Ma'aad (Provisions of the Hereafter) by Imam Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyya. This book is a synopsis of traditional Islamic medicine using spiritual means to cure a variety of ills. Also included is a medical dictionary of herbs, roots, etc. and their uses.

In this important and timeless classic, the reader can feel the ageless wisdom of the Prophet, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, come down through the ages to enlighten and refresh our minds and bodies. It is a unique insight into God's Messengers' May Allah bless him and grant him peace, use of natural medicine with complete reference to the Noble Qur'an and the Prophetic Hadith. Includes a concise dictionary of materia medica.

Combination of Islamic and medical information, providing advice and guidance on the two aims of medicine - the preservation and restoration of health.

Table of Contents :

---Biography of Imam ibn al-Qayyim al-Jawziyya,
------1. The Epoch,
------2. About the Book of the Provision of the Hereafter,
------3. The Essence of Knowledge, and Following the Prophetic Guidance,
---Introduction in Islamic Medicine,
------1. A Brief History,
------2. Muslim Contribution to Medicine,
------3. Traditional Medicine,
------4. Medicine of the Prophet,
------5. Conclusion.

Part 1: Traditional Medicine

---[1]. Natural Healing with the Medicine of the Prophet,

---[2]. Use of Natural Medicine,

---[3]. The Principles of Healing,

---[4]. Understanding Healthy Diet, and the Practical Rules of Eating and Drinking,
------Cconstitution of the Human Body,
------And is Fire one of the Elements?

---[5]. Natural and Spiritual Guidance.

Section 1 :
---Types of Natural Medicine,
---Treating Fever with Cold Water,
---The Positive Sides of Fever.
Section II :  Benefits of Honey,
Section III : Treatment of Fugue,
Section IV : Treatment of Dropsy,
Section V :  Treatment of Wounds,
Section VI : Cauterisation and Cupping,
---Benefits of Cupping,
---Points of Application,
---The Best time to Apply Cupping,
---The Best Days to Apply Cupping,
---Cconclusion on the Benefits of Cupping.
Section VII : Venesection and Cauterisation,
Section VIII : Treatment of Epilepsy,
---Treatment of Epilepsy,
---Treating Epilepsy with Exorcism,
---Treatment of Corrupted Humors,
Section IX : Treatment of Sciatica,
---Inflammation of the Sciatic Nerve,
Section X : Dryness of Temperaments and Nature's Need to Balance Them,
Section XI : Wearing Silk for the Treatment of Itch,,
---Classification of Dress Categories,
Section XII : Pleurisy,
Section XIII : Treatment of Headache & Hemicrania,
---1. Types of Headache,
---2. Cause of Migraine Headache,
---3. Treatment of Headache,
---4. Nature of Henna,
Section XIV : Feeding the Patient,
---Spiritual Nourishment,
Section XV : Inflammation of the Throat,
Section XVI : Enlargement of the Heart,
---1. The Benefits of Dates,
---2. Spiritual Significance of the Seven Dates,
---3. Faith : An Antidote,
Section XVII : Balancing One's Diet as a Primary Preventative Medicine,
Section XVIII : Imposition of Abstinence from Food,
Section XIX : Cravings of the Sick,
Section XX : Treatment of Ophthalmia (Conjunctivitis & Other Eve Diseases),
---1. General Effects of Corrupted Humors,
---2. The Remedy of Conjunctivitis.
Section XXI : Treatment of Catalepsy,
Section XXII : Concentration of the Disease and the Cure,
---Treating Poison with its Antidote,
---1. Ritual Purity (taharat),
---2. The Medical Effects,
Section XXIII : Treatment for Pimples and Boils,
Section XXIV : Treatment of Tumescence and Skin Eruptions by Lancination,
---Skin Eruption and Sellings,
Section XXV : Visiting the Sick,
Section XXVI : On Dietotheraphy,
---Dietray Planning,
Section XXVII : Treatment of Food Poisoning,
Section XXVIII : Caelotheraphy & Countering Witchcraft,
---Spiritual Remedies,
Section XXIX : Purgation through Vomiting,
---1. Causes of Vomiting,
---2. Humoral Recation in the Digestive Process,
---3. The Benefits and Disadvantages of Vomiting,

---[6]. Muslim Contribution to the Healing Arts,

---[7].  Physicians Liability,
------1.1. Practicing Medicine without Qualification,
------1.2. Medicine ('tibb) in Language,
------1.3. Liability of Physicians in Islamic Medical Jurisprudence,
------1.4. The Five Categories of Physicians,
------1.5. Liability according to the Four Imams,
------1.6. Liability of a Felon,
------1.7. Liability for Accidental Perpetration,
------1.8. Liability for Giving the Wrong Medicine,
------1.9. Liability for Operating without the Patient's Consent,
------2. Who is a Physician ( Tabīb)? 102,
------3. Rules of Medical Diagnosis and Treatment,
------4. Pathology of a Disease,
------5. The Ethical Physician or Tabai'i, 105,

---[8]. On Avoiding Contagion,
---A Study on Apostolic Traditions,
------1. Leprosy,
------2. The Anxiety Factor,
------3. Understanding the Prophetic Guidance,
------4. Sexually Transmitted Diseases,

---[9]. Interdiction of Prescribing What is Deemed Impure,
---Treatment of Head Lice.

Part II: Spiritual Medicine

---1.0. Simple and Compound,
---1.1. Treating the Victim of a Malevolent Evil Eye,
---1.2. Kinds of Evil Eye,
---1.3. Sources of the Evil Eye,
---1.4. Treating the Victim of Evil Eye,
---1.5. Preventing Harm-Cuasing to Others,
---1.6. The Benefits of Ablution,
---1.7. Guarding One's Attainment,
---1.8. The Power of Prayers in Reversing the Effects of the Evil Eye,
---1.9. Prophetic Guidance Regarding General Protective Prayers,
---1.10. On Nullifying the Effects of a Poisonous Bite,
---1.11. The Essence of Surat al-Fatiha (Chapter One),
---1.12. The Benefits of Reciting Surat al-Fatiha as a Charm,
---1.13. Treating Scorpion's Sting with Qur'anic Verses,
---1.14. Benefits of Salt,
---1.15. Treating Eczeme with Ruqya Prayers,
---1.16. Using Ruqya Prayers for Snakebite,
---1.17. Treating Suppurations, Boils or Cuts with Ruqya,
---1.18. Treating Pain and General Malaise with Ruqya,
---1.19. Overcoming the Fever of Adversity and Sorrow,
---2.1. Extinguishing the Fire of Bewilderment,
---2.2. Other Treatments for Anxiety and Sorrow,
---2.3. Treatment of Distress, Worries, Grief, & Dispiritedness,
---2.4. The Agency Effecting the Cure,
---2.5. The Benefits of Ritual Prayers (Salat),
---2.6. Prayers to Overcome Apprehension, Fear, & Insomnia,
---2.7. Extinguishing Fire with Prayers.

---[2]. General Prophetic Guidance in Preventative Medicine,
---The Balance of Moisture and Heat,
----1. God's Messengers Food and Drink,
----2. His Physical Posture at Mealtimes,
----3. Eating with his Fingers,
----4. Mixing Food,
----5. His Drinks (Honey),
----6. His Clothing,
----7. His Home,
----8. His Rest,
----9. Nature of Sleep,
----10. Prayers before Retiring to Bed,
----11. Sleeping on the Right Side,
----12. His Wakefulness,
----13. Physical Fitness and Activities.

---[3]. Excretion through Coitus,
------3.1 Sexual conduct,
------3.2 The Injurious & Impermissible Sexual Congress,
------3.3 Treating Amativeness & Attraction to Physical Form,
------3.4 Kinds of Love,
------3.5 Treating Love with Marriage,
------3.6 Abstention as Cure,
------3.7 The Wine of the Spirit.

Part III: Simple Food and Medicine
---And their Physical and Spiritual Properties and Benefits.

---General Index.

**We do not recommend other works of this scholar.

Also see Du'a, Waza'if, Durood, etc,
Also see Awrad and Prayers,
Also see Taweez and Ruqyah.

*Dimensions : 23 x 15.4 x 2.8cm.

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This product was added to our catalog on Sunday 18 November, 2012.