|Subject : ||Honey Has Healing Properties :
Honey Has Healing Properties
Taken From: Qur'an & Modern Science
Bee assimilates juices of various kinds of flowers and fruit and forms within
its body the honey, which it stores in its cells of wax. Only a couple of
centuries ago man came to know that honey comes from the belly of the bee. This
fact was mentioned in the Qur'an 1,400 years ago in the following
issues from within their bodies A drink of varying colours, Wherein is healing
now aware that honey has a healing property and also a mild antiseptic property.
The Russians used honey to cover their wounds in World War II. The wound would
retain moisture and would leave very little scar tissue. Due to the density of
honey, no fungus or bacteria would grow in the wound. A person suffering from an
allergy of a particular plant may be given honey from that plant so that the
person develops resistance to that allergy. Honey is rich in fructose and
vitamin K. Thus the knowledge contained in the Qur'an regarding honey, its
origin and properties, was far ahead of the time it was revealed.
|Subject : ||Abstain from: when stooling or urinating|
ABSTAINING FROM THE FOLLOWING THINGS WHEN
PASSING STOOL OR URINATING
By: Maulana Ashraf Ali
Things that one should abstain from when passing stool or
- To read
some verse of the Quran, Hadith, or respected thing.
- To take
something to the toilet on which the following things are written: the name of
Allah, any prophet, any angel, or any respected person; any verse of the Quran,
Hadith, or dua. But if these things are in the pocket, or wrapped in a ta'wiz
(amulet), then there's no harm in this.
relieve one's self in a standing or lying down position without any genuine
remove all the clothes and relieve one's self completely naked.
- To make
istinja with the right hand.
- To face
the moon or sun, or to turn one's back towards them while one is passing stool
or urinating is makruh. It is also makruh to do the same on the bank of a river,
pond, etc. even if the impurity does not fall inside. Similarly, it is makruh to
do this under trees in whose shade people sit, or under fruit and flowering
trees where people sit in winter in order to get some sunshine. It is makruh
tahrimi (extremely detestable) to do this in the following places: among
animals, very close to the musjid or eid-gah whereby the foul smell disturbs the
musallis, in a grave yard, at a place where people make wudu or ghusl, on the
road, in the direction of the wind, in a hole, on the road-side, near a caravan
or some gathering. In other words, it is makruh to relieve one's self in such a
place where people move around and thereby cause them discomfort; and also in
such a place where the impurity can flow back towards the