Tibb-ul-Nabbi, Or Medicine of the Prophet: Being a Translation of Two Works of the Same Name, I. The Tibb-ul-Nabbi of Al-Suyuti ; II. The Tibb-ul-Nabbi of Mahmud Bin Mohamed Al-Chaghhayni ; Together with Introduction, Notes & Glossary
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Part J Section I Properties of Foods Si Drugs a Simple Drugs
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Abd-Ullah Abu Dawiid Abu Dawud Abu Harira Abu Nu'aim Abu Sa'id Ahmad Al-Bukhan al-Bukhari al-Muwatta al-Nasa'i al-Suyuti al-Tirmidhi Almighty Arabic asked Avicenna Ayesha bile blood body bones bowel called camel causes cauterisation cold & dry cold & wet comes coriander cupping cure dates decoctions digestion disease drink drug Evil Eye extracted this tradition fever flesh forbidden grapes hair harm heat henna Hippocrates honey hot & dry Ibn Abbas Ibn Maja Islam Jabir liver means meat medicine melon mercy milk Mohamed Moslem Muslim once pain phlegm physician pleurisy poison pomegranite prayer Prophet Prophet forbade Quran remedy replied reports this tradition scarification scent seeds semen sexual intercourse sick sleep smell soup spleen stomach strengthens the heart Sunna sweet syrup temperament things Three Section tradition is related tradition is reported Tradition says treatment tree urine Vein Verily verses vessel vinegar Whoever woman word