Islam and Natural Medicine

“I believe that for every illness or ailment known to man, that Allah has a plant out here that will heal it.
We just need to keep discovering the properties for natural healing.”

Natural Healing in Islam
The Qur’an (2:233) says, “And the mothers should suckle their children for two whole years for him who desires to make complete the time of suckling; and their maintenance and their clothing must be borne by the father according to usage.
Herbs In Hadith: Kitchen Herbs
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;
Herbs in Hadith: Ramadan Herbs
As Ramadan approaches, we inevitably think about all of the special meals that we will eat during this holy month. After a day of fasting and worship, the Muslim or Muslimah’s reward is not only the sense of peace that he or she has gained, but also the special iftar that waits.
Herbs in Hadith: Exotic Herbs
The Prophet (SAW) said, ” If my community had only known what there is in fenugreek they would have paid its weight in gold.”
The Herbal Treatment of Diseases
Herbal medicine (or “herbalism”) is the study and use of medicinal properties of plants. The scope of herbal medicine is sometimes extended to include fungal.
Siwak as an Oral Health Device
A variety of oral hygiene measures have been performed since the dawn of time. This has been verified by various excavations done all over the world, in which toothpicks, chewsticks, tree twigs, linen strips, birds’ feathers, animal bones and porcupine quills were recovered.
25 cases of Laquwa were treated during the Post Graduation studies at Hyderbad, India, in 1975-76 by a simple, polypharmaceutical recipe of Hebbe-e-Mafassil Faliji, Ustukhuddoss
Inventory of Medicinal plants used in the traditional Arabic Medicine
We propose with this work to make a catalogue of the medicinal plants which appear in Arabic text paring the therapeutic indications of each one of them mentioned by the various authors, classifying the drugs according to their characteristics and medicinal use.
Barley to cure griefs of heart and ailments of kidney
Barley crops are cultivated throughout the country during the season of rabi crops and utilized in various forms including the Barley flour. The plants of barley are very similiar to wheat and the seeds are elongated in shape in comparison to wheat with a covering of light yellow colour.
Teb Al-Nabawi : Kasni-Hindba- The Plant of Life
Kasni is very popular since antiquity as food and medicine in human life. It is also grown in the fields of Berseem for the purpose of feed for animals by the farmers of India.
Teb Al-Nabawi : Henna (Mehendi) is a Great Healer
The Henna plant is not only extensively grown throughout India, but cultivated as well. It is planted as hedges around houses, buildings and sometimes fields.
Henna (Mehendi) is a Great Healer
The Henna plant is not only extensively grown throughout India, but cultivated as well. It is planted as hedges around houses, buildings and sometimes fields.
Get Cure From Methi
Fenugreek (Methi) is cultivated throughout the country and used as vegetable in various eatables. It is used in Europe, America and Australia as well.
Olive Oil
Out of all the cooking oils that exist, for example: vegetable oil, canola oil, sunflower oil, corn oil, nut oil, peanut oil, safflower oil, (just to name a few) are not healthy for the body, except for OLIVE OIL.
Traditional Medicine
We say, and Allah is the helper Who provides the means and controls the actions, that there are two types of illnesses stated in the holy Qur’an.
Alternative Medicine is an Adjunct to the Conventional Medicine
From the very beginning, mankind has had a desire to maintain wellness, seek cures for ailments, and prolong life expectancy. Alternative medicines are medical interventions not taught in conventional medical schools.
Natural Therapeutics Of Medicine In Islam
Medicine is both an art and a science. It encompasses prophylaxis or prevention, diagnosis, and finally treatment (both curative and palliative).