As Ramadan approaches, we inevitably think about all of the special meals that we will eat during this holy month.
It was reported by Abu Hurairah that the Prophet (PBUH) said, “Allah never inflicts a disease unless he makes a cure for it. …” Then surely, if this were true, Allah would have also provided a way for these cures to be known. According to the Doctrine of Signatures He (SWT) has.
She had come to see me eight weeks ago and I had given her some herbs and some dietary and lifestyle ideas, but she had abandoned them within a few weeks and started taking her medication again.
Stevia is an herb that holds promise as a non-caloric, natural sweetener.
With it (water) He produces for you corn, olives, date palms, and grapes and every kind of fruit: Verily in this is a sign for those who give thought (Surat: An-Nahl: 16:11). Narrated Abu Huraira: I heard Allah’s Apostle saying “There is healing in Black Cumin for all diseases except death.”
“It is Allah Who made out of the things He created, some things to give you shade; of the hills He made some for your shelter; He made you garments to protect you from heat, and coats of mail to protect you from your (mutual) violence. Thus does He complete His favors on you, that …
Aisha, Ummul Mu’minin, narrated, “I heard the Apostle of Allah (SAWS) say, ‘Every intoxicant is forbidden; if a faraq of anything causes intoxication, a handful of it is forbidden.” (Bukhari, Book 26, Number 3679). Modern science is catching up with the wisdom of Prophet Muhammad (SAWS) as it slowly discovers the adverse effects of drugs …
The use of aromas is believed to date back to the times of the ancient Egyptians and Babylonians (modern day Iraq).
Case: Eva came to me complaining that she had a condition labeled as irritable bowel syndrome. She sometimes had bowel movements eight times a day and usually on days when she had stress. Also, she had recurring problems with a sore throat and loss of speech. She was looking for an herbal tea she could take …
A 2,500-year old Cyrenian coin bears a puzzling image. A regal woman sits on a chair, touching a plant with one hand.