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“The hospital shall keep all patients, men and women, until they are completely recovered. All costs are to be...

Islamic Roots of the Modern Hospital, by David W. Tschanz

“The hospital shall keep all patients, men and women, until they are completely recovered. All costs are to be...

By Dr. Aisha Hamdan “Immunizations the best thing to protect your child from a variety of diseases.” You hear...

Immunizations – Harmful to your Child or Not? – Myths and Realities

By Dr. Aisha Hamdan “Immunizations the best thing to protect your child from a variety of diseases.” You hear...

By Dr. A. Majid Katme, MBBCh, DPM (medical doctor) Spokesman, Islamic Medical Association (UK) We are giving our innocent...

Islam, Vaccines and Health (by Dr. A. Majid Katme, MBBCh, DPM) – How we are giving our innocent children haraam (forbidden) substances and harmful chemicals

By Dr. A. Majid Katme, MBBCh, DPM (medical doctor) Spokesman, Islamic Medical Association (UK) We are giving our innocent...

Islamic Medicine Edited by Dr. Shahid Athar Historical Notes The JIMA believes not only in the revivalism and fine...

Islamic Medicine – Edited by Dr. Shahid Athar

Islamic Medicine Edited by Dr. Shahid Athar Historical Notes The JIMA believes not only in the revivalism and fine...

More than 1400 years ago, Allah, All-Mighty, told us through His Messenger sallallahu 'alayhi wa sallam (may Allah exalt his mention) that honey can heal a variety of medical problems. Honey is a remarkable viscous liquid, prepared by bees from nectars of various plants. It has occupied a prominent place in traditional medicines throughout history. The ancient Egyptians, Assyrians, Chinese, Greeks and Romans employed honey for different diseases.

The Healing Power of Honey

More than 1400 years ago, Allah, All-Mighty, told us through His Messenger sallallahu 'alayhi wa sallam (may Allah exalt his mention) that honey can heal a variety of medical problems. Honey is a remarkable viscous liquid, prepared by bees from nectars of various plants. It has occupied a prominent place in traditional medicines throughout history. The ancient Egyptians, Assyrians, Chinese, Greeks and Romans employed honey for different diseases.