The Prophetic Medicine - (English/Arabic) - (HB)
The book attempts to provide some insight through the hadith into how the medicines were evaluated during the lifetime of the holy Prophet (PBUH). It emphasizes on patterns of natural treatment rather than an analysis of medicines.
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"Islam is a religion of the Holy Book. The Quran, Muslims believe, was revealed to the Prophet Muhammad by Allah (the Exalted) for the .guidance of humanity. Its divine origin has endowed it with ultimate authority. lt is considered to be the final arbiter of all truth governing the various aspects of life. The Prophetic example, thereafter, throughout the centuries has sewed Muslim communities as a guide for daily life and a restraint against assimilation into surrounding cultures.
The Holy Prophet may the blessings and peace of Allah upon him, is not only the founder and legislator of the community: He is the model for the Muslims. lt is accepted as axiomatic that every act he made after the beginning of the revelation was preserved by Allah (the Exalted) from error. Had it not been so, then the revelation itself would be east into doubt, a thing Allah (the Exalted) could never have permitted. Therefore Muhammad's slightest act was rightly guided, and of moral value. For traditional Muslims, everything the Holy Prophet may the blessings and peace of Allah be upon him, did is a part of his Sunna: His treatment of children, the way he broke his fast, how he cleaned his teeth, and wore his beard, are all worthy of study and emulation.
The preservation of the Sunna has been Islam's way of maintaining its historical continuity, its like with the Apostotic period. One of the important ways this has been done is by the study and criticism of the hadith.
This book attempts to provide some insight (through the hadith)into how the medicine was treated during the life time of the Holy Prophet, may the blessings and peace of Allah be upon him. As it emphasizes patterns of natural treatment rather than an analysis of medicine. And Allah grants success.
F. Amira Zrein Matraji