Medicine

'Ajwa dates as medicine for magic


A cure is in three things


A woman treating a man with Ruqya


Ar-Ruqya and Mu'auwidhit


At-Talbina for the patient


Blowing saliva while treating with Ruqya


Cauterization Branding


Cupping as a treatment for disease


Cupping as a treatment for headache


Cupping on the head


Cupping while on a journey or in state of lhram


Diarrhea


Disease of the abdomen


Drawing an evil omen from birds


Fever is from the heat of Hell


Good omen


Inserting medicine in the side of one's mouth


Leaving a country because of its water and climate


Leprosy


Magic


Men treating women, women treating men


No contagious disease is conveyed without Allah's permission


No Hama


Not treating with Ruqya


Passing the hand over the place of ailment


Plague


Pleurisy


Ruqya by reciting Surat-al-Fatiha


Ruqya for an evil eye


Shaving one's head because of an ailment


Sniffing the Indian or sea Qust


Some eloquent speech is as effective as magic


Soothsaying


Su'ut


Taking poison and treating with it


The conditions required for Ruqya


The creation of disease and treatment


The effect of the evil eye is a fact


The housefly


The Manna heals eye disease


The milk of she-asses


The person suffering from plague patiently


The poison given to the Prophet


The Ruqya of the Prophet


The time to be cupped


Throat and Tonsil disease


To be treated in one wife's house


To stop bleeding


Treating a bewitched person


Treating disease of the eyes


Treating snake bite and scorpion sting with Ruqya


Treating with black cumin Nigella seed


Treating with the milk of camels


Treating with the urine of camels


Treatment with honey


Witchcraft


Worshipping others besides Allah


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