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Here is a short list of some interesting Islamic medicines prescribed by Allah:
Bitten by a snake or stung by a scorpion, recite sura Fateha and spit on the bitten part; Muhammad took wages for applying this Islamic charm… (Sunaan Abu Dawud, 2.23.3411)
Cure the lunacy of a lunatic by reciting sura Fateha in the morning and in the evening and spitting on the lunatic for three days; Muhammad said this Islamic charm is the only genuine charm… (Sunaan Abu Dawud, 2.23.3413)
For headache use cupping; for pain in legs dye them with henna… (Sunaan Abu Dawud, 28.3849)
Cutting a vein is a medical treatment… (Sunaan Abu Dawud, 3.27.3855)
Only the charm that uses Qur’an will work, other charms will not… (Sunaan Abu Dawud, 3.28.3859)
Seven grounded ajwah dates of Medina is a medicine for heart sickness… (Sunaan Abu Dawud, 28.3866)
White garments are the best; antimony clears vision and makes hair sprout… (Sunaan Abu Dawud, 28.3869)
For some severe pain wash the affected part seven times with your right hand and say Muhammad’s prayer of casting spell… (Sunaan Abu Dawud, 3.28.3882)
For any pains mix saliva with dust and then apply on the affected part… (Sunaan Abu Dawud, 3.28.3886)
Recite sura al-Fateha then spit saliva on the affected part… (Sunaan Abu Dawud, 3.28.3888)
Eating cucumber with dates will make you fat… (Sunaan Abu Dawud, 28.3894)
Muhammad spat in Ali’s eyes and Ali’s eyes was cured…(Sahih Bukhari, 4.52.192)
Reciting sura Fatiha cures snakebite… (Sahih Bukhari, 3.36.476)
To relieve pain apply saliva on the affected part...(Sahih Bukhari, 5.59.517)
Muhammad asked people to drink a bowl of water in which he threw a mouthful of water; even Umm Salama requested that some of this ‘holy’ water be kept for her…(Sahih Bukhari, 5.59.617)
The water of Kama (a kind of fungus) is a cure for eye trouble... (Sahih Bukhari, 6.60.5)
If a fly falls in a vessel, dip all of it and then throw the fly away, for in one of its wings there is a disease and in the other there is healing…(Sahih Bukhari 7.71.673)
Drink camel’s urine as a medicine... (Sahih Bukhari, 2.24.577)
Drink Muhammad's urine, have no stomach problem (Ash Shifa)
If we have doubt about the healing effect of Muhammad’s urine, here is what Ash Shifa writes:
He used to spit into the mouths of suckling children and his saliva would satisfy them until nightfall (Ash Shifa, Tr. Aisha Abdurrahman Bewley, 2004, p 184).
A man with a scrotal hernia came to the Prophet who commanded that it be sprinkled with water from a spring in which he had spat. That was done and the man was healed (ibid, p 186).
The Messenger of Allah slept on a rug in the house of Anas and perspired. Anas’s mother brought a long necked bottle in which to put his sweat, the Messenger of Allah asked her about this. She said, “We put it in our perfume and it is the most fragrance of scents.” (ibid, p 35).
There was also the time when Malik ibn Sinan drank his blood on the Day of Uhud and licked it up. The Prophet allowed him to do that and then said, “The Fire will not touch you.” (ibid, p 36).
Something similar occurred when ‘Abdullah ibn az Zubayr drank his cupped blood. The Prophet said: Woe to you from the people and woe to the people from you,” but he did not object to what he had done (ibid, p 36).
Something similar is related about when a woman who drank some of his urine. He told her, “You will never complain of a stomach ache.” He did not order any of them to wash their mouths out nor did he forbid them to do it again, (ibid, p 36).
The hadith of the woman drinking the urine is sound. Ad Daraqutni follows Muslim and al Bukhari who relate it in the Sahih. The name of this woman was Baraka, but they disagree about her lineage. Some say that it was Umm Ayman, who used to serve the Prophet. She said that the Messenger of Allah had a wooden cup which he placed under his bed in which he would urinate during the night. One night he urinated in it and then examined it in the morning, there was nothing in it. He asked Baraka about that. She said, “I got up and felt thirsty, so I drank it without knowing. The hadith is related by Ibn Jurayl and others. (ibid, p 37)
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