Instructions for Skype Patients:
All Skype patients do the following:
1/ Please fill up the Online Questionnaire & submit
2/ If diagnosed with Seher please get the following:
a/ One 5 Gallon or 18 litre water bottle b/ Olive Oil c/ Incense d/ Senna leaves
3/ Download “Ruqya verses for skype patients” document under “Download”. Also, please download “symbolic verses” document. If you are not able to read Quran properly then please download “symbolic verses with transliteration”. The verses are numbered from 1 to 46. Based on your diagnosis you will be given to recite the most relevant verses to your symptoms inshaAllah. You need to recite the verses for 12 days on your treatment items. (see treatment section for 12 day treatment details)
4/ Open / uncover all the treatment items above and read the ruqya verses on the items number of times indicated on the right column of the ruqya verse doc. Blow into all items after finish reading.
5/ Contact Ruqya Canada Centre at 416-388-5036; email: firstname.lastname@example.org
6/ Note Skype ID 1) ruqyacanada;
7/ Send skype request at least 30 minutes prior to your appointment.
8/ Due to local patients skype appointments can be delayed so please have patience
9/ All the brothers & sisters are required to make their payment through Paypal 2 days prior to their scheduled appointment. Our Paypal id is: email@example.com
10/You can order your ruqya treatment supplies for only $25 USD it includes Blessed (olive oil, edible ink quran sheets, insence sticks, senna leaves)
Other sources for treatment:
Zamzam is the name of a famous well in al-Masjid al-Haraam [the Sacred Mosque in Makkah], which is thirty-eight cubits away from the Ka’bah. It is the well of Ismaa’eel the son of Ibraaheem (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon them both), from which Allaah quenched the thirst of Ismaa’eel when he was an infant. His mother looked for water for him, but could not find any. She climbed to the top of al-Safaa, praying to Allaah to help her and give her water for Ismaa’eel, then she climbed to the top of al-Marwah and did the same. Allaah sent Jibreel, and he struck the earth with his heels, and water appeared.
According to the hadeeth of Abu Dharr (may Allaah be pleased with him), the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said concerning the water of Zamzam, “It is a blessing, and it is food that satisfies.”
(Reported by Muslim, 4/1922).
Aa’ishah reported that she took Zamzam water home with her in bottles, and said, “The Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) took some of it away with him, and he used to pour it on the sick and give it to them to drink.”
(Reported by al-Tirmidhi, 4/37).
Seven crushed lotus(Sidr) leaves should be recited over water for patients who suffer from Black Magic or unable to have sexual intercourse.
With regard to the Prophet’s guidance concerning drinking, it is the most perfect guidance that maintains good health. He used to drink honey mixed with cold water. This is very healthy and no one can understand how healthy it is except the most prominent doctors. For drinking honey on an empty stomach dissolves phlegm, cleanses the stomach, reduces its viscosity, washes away waste matter, warms it up a little and opens its inlet and exit. It has a similar effect on the liver, kidneys and urethra. It is more beneficial to the stomach than any other kind of sweet that enters it. However it may cause side effects in people who are suffering from jaundice because it is hot and jaundice is hot, so it may aggravate it; in order to avoid this effect vinegar may be added, then honey will become beneficial and drinking it will be more useful than many or most of the drinks that are made from sugar, especially for those who are not used to these drinks, for if they drink them they will not suit them as well as honey does, or even come close.
There comes forth from their [bees’] bellies, a drink of varying colour wherein is healing for men”
Ibn al-Qayyim (may Allaah have mercy on him) said:
With regard to drinking it when it is collected and well-prepared, this is one of the most beneficial things for the body, and one of the greatest means of preserving health; it is very refreshing and energizing, and it is good for the liver and heart. If it is well-prepared it provides nutrition and makes food reach all parts of the body in the most effective manner.
Zaad al-Ma’aad, 4/224, 225
Honey contains great benefits, for it cleanses impurities from the veins and stomach etc, whether it is eaten or applied to the skin. It is good for the elderly, the phlegmatic and those whose humours are cold and wet. It is nourishing, aids digestion, energizes, makes unpleasant medicine palatable, is good for the liver and chest, is a diuretic and helps to ease coughs caused by phlegm. If it is drunk warm mixed with rosewater it is beneficial for one who has been bitten by a scorpion or who has consumed opium. If it is drunk on its own mixed with water, it is good for the one who has been bitten by a rabid dog or eaten poisonous mushrooms. If fresh meat is placed in honey, it will stay fresh for three months, as will cucumbers, pumpkins and eggplants. Many fruits can be kept in it for six months. It will also preserve a dead body, and it is known as the trustworthy preserver. If the body of one who is afflicted with lice is painted with honey, it will kill the lice and their eggs. It makes the hair long, beautiful and smooth. If used on the eyes like kohl it clears the vision. If the teeth are brushed with it, it whitens the teeth and makes them bright, and keeps the gums healthy. It opens the veins and induces menstruation. If taken on an empty stomach it takes away phlegm and cleanses the stomach, clearing away waste matter and restoring the correct temperature. It does likewise to the liver, kidneys and urethra.
As well as all this, it has no side effects and causes little harm. It may cause side effects in one who is suffering from jaundice, but that may be counteracted by vinegar and the like, in which case it becomes very beneficial for him.
It is a kind of nourishment, a kind of medicine, a kind of drink, a kind of sweet, a kind of cream. There is nothing that has been created for us for a similar purpose that is better than it, or even comes close. The ancient peoples relied on it, and in most of the books of the ancients there is no mention of sugar at all and it was unknown to them, for it is something that is very new. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) used to drink honey mixed with water on an empty stomach, and this is the secret of maintaining good health that no one can understand except one who is intelligent and blessed.
Zaad al-Ma’aad, 4/33, 34.
Allah is the Light of the heavens and the earth. The metaphor of His Light is that of a niche in which is a lamp, the lamp inside a glass, the glass like a brilliant star, lit from a blessed tree, an olive, neither of the east nor of the west, its oil all but giving off light even if no fire touches it. Light upon Light. Allah guides to His Light whoever He wills and Allah makes metaphors for mankind and Allah has knowledge of all things.
The expression “mubarakatin zaytoonatin” in the above verse describes the olive as being “plentiful, sacred, auspicious, providing countless blessings.” Olive oil, referred to in the term “zaytuha,” is known as one of the most highly recommended types of oil by all experts, especially for coronary and arterial health.
Allah’s Apostle (may peace be upon him) said,
”Whoever eats Ajwah dates every morning will not be harmed by poison or witchcraft all that day until night comes”
Black Seed Oil:
Black Seed is an oil derived by pressing the seeds of the Nigella Sativa plant. The seeds are also commonly referred to as black cumin. The nutrient-rich oil of black seed has been used for hundreds of years in the Middle East and South Asia as a natural remedy for a variety of ailments.
Studies have shown that black seed oil is an effective anti-oxidant, anti-bacterial, and anti-inflammatory remedy. As a result, it is often used to fight infections and strengthen the immune system, which is suitable for treating the following conditions: headaches, toothaches, nasal congestion, fever, aches, colds and flus, digestive and gastrointestinal problems, hair and skin problems, allergies and diabetes.
‘A’isha reported Allah’s Apostle (may peace be upon him) as saying:
The best of condiments or condiment is vinegar.
(Sahih Muslim: 5091)
Talbeena is a thin, relaxing broth made from ground Barley together with its husks. It gets its name from the word ‘laban’ because it has a similar consistency to yoghurt.
“The Talbeena gives rest to the heart of the patient and makes it active and relieves some of his sorrow and grief.”
(Sahih Bukhari: 5325)
“It (Talbeena) soothes the grieving heart and cleanses the ailing heart just as one of you cleans dirt off his face with water.”
(Sahih Sunan ibn Maajah: 3445)