Prophetic Medicine

Prophetic medicine is not similar to that offered by doctors and physicians. Prophetic medicine is indeed the effective treatment and cure provided by the revelation and the guidance of the Prophet sallallaahu ‘alaihi wa sallam; that is coupled with a sound and perfect mind. In comparison, the majority of remedies prescribed by others are built on hypothesis, observation and experimentation.

It is a fact that many people do not benefit from Prophetic medicine because it will help only those who acknowledge and have faith in it. Thus, they believe that it will help them and they then submit to it. If the Qur-aan, which is a cure for whatever the heart conceals, is not acknowledged and accepted with faith, it will not provide a cure for the heart. In fact, the Qur-aan will only add more evil and disease to the hearts of the hypocrites.Prophetic medicine is only suitable for good and pure bodies, just as Quraan is only suitable for righteous souls and feeling hearts. Therefore, when the people ignore Prophetic medicine, it is like ignoring the help with the guidance of Qur-aan, which is the most effective medicine. Again, when the medicine do not work, it is due to the negativity in the body and soul that are not suitable for accepting the medicine, not because the medicine does not work. All success comes from Allaah.

Healing with the Medicine of the Prophet

Ibn Qayyim al Jawziyyah – rahimahullaah

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5 thoughts on “Prophetic Medicine

  1. It is reported that Ibn Abbaas (may God be pleased with him) used to drink a mixture of powdered frankincense, water and sugar on an empty stomach. Someone once complained to Anaas about a weak memory, and Anaas replied, “Soak frankincense overnight in water, and drink the solution in the morning on an empty stomach, for it benefits the memory.”

    ASalamoalikum, I would like to know how much frankincense powder should be mixed in how much water?

    Jazakillah khairun

  2. Wa ‘alaikumus salaam wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh. I’m still researching. I hope to have info on the dosage soon, In Shaa Allaah.

    Baarakallaahu feeki.

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