Islamic Medicines

Sciences worth studying are only two: the science of fiqh to do with religion
and the science of medicine to do with the body.

Amazing Quran
Calling the Qur’an amazing is not something done only by Muslims, who have an appreciation for the book and who are pleased with it; it has been labeled amazing by non-Muslims as well. In fact, even people who hate Islam very much have still called it amazing.
Circumcision is a universal practice which is greatly influenced by cultural and religious traditions. It is the most frequent operation on males not only in Islamic countries, but also other parts of the world.
Embryology and life creation
The human being is created from “Nutfa” which means a minute quantity of liquid or a trickle of liquid which remains after emptying a cup or a bucket.
Due to advancement and innovations in biotechnologies lunch genetic screening applications of stem cell in medicine and sophioticated life- support technologies, many bioethical challenges have been raised.
Genetics & Cloning
There is no objection in the Shari’ah to the use of gold ” by men for purposes of medical treatment, such as dental crowns, bridges …etc.; but not solely for cosmetic or adornrnen to purposes which is not permissible.
Islam and Health Guidelines
Nobody would disagree that health is one of God’s greatest blessings; in Islam it is the greatest blessing after that of faith, for the Prophet (pbuh) said, “After faith, no one was given anything better than well-being”.
Islam and Medical Ethics
Scientists have devoted themselves to studies and research, seeking remedies for man, to help in the prevention or treatment of diseases. Yet, they have forgotten the Compassionate, and attributed the action to the non-doer, thinking that they are able to give life or death.
Islam and Natural Medicine
Allah has provided us with not only many helpful exotic herbs, but also with a number of common cures that we can find in our kitchen cupboards. Ginger, a popular flavoring for most eastern dishes; thyme, a popular ingredient in pizza and spaghetti sauces; as well as basil, the main ingredient in the popular pesto of Italy, have all been used for centuries for a great number of illnesses.
Islam and Non-Medical Sciences
As people are invited to contemplate on their own creation, the Qur’an frequently calls people to investigate the nature and to see the signs of Allah therein.
Islam Views on Medical Issues
Of the estimated 50 million people infected with HIV worldwide, about half are men, most of whom have become infected through their penises. The inner surface of the foreskin, which is rich in HIV receptors, and the frenulum.
Islam, Food, Alcohol and Smoking
The verse speaks of the nutritive property of honey, a product of female bees. The regenerative property of honey is confirmed by medical authorities.
Islam, Psychology & Sexual
Stress is the most common aliment of modern age. It has been implicated in the causation of peptic ulcer disease, coronary heart disease, depression, auto immune disease, hypertension, diabetes and even cancer.
Medicine of the Prophet
“Whenever somebody came to Prophet Muhammad (Pbuh) with complaints of headache, he directed him to undergo cupping and whosoever complained of pain in legs, was advised to apply Henna.” (Bukhari, Abu Dawood)
Muslims and Medical History
With the growing for the restoration of Islamic values, there is increasing demand on Muslim scientists to restore and develop the Islamic sciences.
Organ Donation
“Organ donation is permitted in Islam if it is done within the permissible limits prescribed by the Shari`ah.
“So that the two hadeeths (the sayings of the Prophet Muhammad) that have been noted provide us with a specific time table for the main embryological development before forty days.
Views of Non-Muslim Scientists
Key to any understanding of the Quranic position on inerrancy is, of course, a knowledge of the claims which the Quran makes for itself.
Women in Islam
Key to any understanding of the Quranic position on inerrancy is, of course, a knowledge of the claims which the Quran makes for itself.