SimplyIslam’s Prophetic Healing course is one of our most popular courses. This is an introductory course on the Prophetic healing approaches. This course will introduce to participants the medicines and treatments as practiced by Prophet Muhammad, Allah’s Peace and Blessings be upon him.

Participants will learn about the remedies for common ailments e.g. fever, migraine, etc, and will learn the medical benefits of certain food items e.g. honey, dates, vinegar, etc. Participants will learn about ruqya and its usage, and understand the treatment of ailments caused by magic and the evil eye. Participants will also learn the theory and practice of cupping (al-hijamah).

Course Details
Commencement Date: Tuesday 31 July 2018
Time: 8 pm to 10 pm
Frequency: Every Tuesday
No. of Lessons: 6 lessons
Teacher: Ustaz Muhammad Salleh Abdul Aziz
Text Reference Book: Healing with the Medicine of the Prophet by Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyya (book is not required for class, notes provided)
Medium of Instruction: English
Fee: $160 complete course fee
Venue: SimplyIslam.sg (152 Still Road)

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Course Requirements
Students should have interest in Prophetic traditions, specifically on the subject of healing as advised and practiced by Prophet Muhammad, Allah’s Peace and Blessings be upon him. No other knowledge, exposure or familiarity is required.

Payment Details

  • Payment, by cash, cheque or NETS, or credit card, can be made personally at SimplyIslam during office hours. Our address: 152 Still Road Singapore 423991.
  • For cheque payment, please issue a crossed cheque payable to As-Siddiq Centre for Islamic Studies Pte Ltd. Please write your name and contact number on the reverse side of the cheque indicating “Prophetic Healing Course” and mail to: As-Siddiq Centre for Islamic Studies Pte Ltd, 152 Still Road, Singapore 423991.
  • Closing Date: Registration and payment must reach SimplyIslam.sg 3 days before the commencement of each course.

About the Teacher
Ustaz Muhammad Salleh is a graduate of Madrasah Aljunied Al-Islamiah and has completed his full-time pre-university studies at the madrasah. He also studied at the Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia. He is an accredited Asatizah certified by the Islamic Religious Council of Singapore and the Asatizah Recognition Board and is SimplyIslam’s Director of Academic Operations, managing our weekend Islamic school and academic programs. He is also SimplyIslam’s Arabic Language Consultant and regularly conducts translation and interpretation assignments. He is an expert on Prophetic healing and medicine and regularly conducts the “Prophetic Healing” course at SimplyIslam. He is proficient in Arabic, English, and Malay.

Course Overview
Principles of illness and medicine
Interconnectedness of religion and medicine
Common Ailments
Categories of fever
Treatment of fever through natural medicine e.g. cold water
Treatment of diarrhoea and the benefits of honey
Headaches, Migraines and Constipation
Causes of headaches and migraines
Treatment of headaches through the use of henna
Treating constipation by using senna
Hypertension, Worry and Anxiety
Causes of Worry and Anxiety
Treatment of the ailments through spiritual reflection
15 remedies for the treatment of worry and anxiety
Benefits of dates and senna
Cupping
Theory behind the practice of cupping
Medical benefits of cupping
Practical
Cardiac pain
Treatment of cardiac pain through dates
Importance of number seven
Benefits of various dates
Wounds and Incantation
Treatment of wounds
Benefits of papyrus and vinegar
Incantation for general treatment
Incantation for wounds, ulcers and pain
The Evil Eye
Understand the definition of evil eye
The negative effects of the evil eye e.g. illnesses, diseases, death
Washing to remove the effects of the evil eye (ghusl and wudu’)
Poison, Magic and Emesis
Removing poison through cupping
To counter the act of magic by removing the item that bewitches
Evacuating the place that is bewitched
Evacuation of poison through emisis
Food and Drink
The benefit of eating in moderation
The benefits of certain food such as dates, honey etc
Manners when eating e.g. position while eating
Keeping away from food which is not suitable to one’s constitution
Sitting while eating and drinking

Student Testimonials
Ustaz Salleh has excellent knowldege of the topic. I’ve gained so much useful knowledge for self and family. Ustaz is also forthcoming in sharing with the class on knowledge related to the topics. [Haidah]

Jazakallah khairan for providing the platform to receive the knowledge. Ustaz Mohamed Salleh is knowledgeable in his field yet humble. Alhamdulillah. [H Fazeelathunnisa]

The course has given me a clearer view of sunnah practices by the Prophet (saw) in accordance to relevant Hadiths and I believe that the knowledge will be useful in applying to daily life and work. [Lisda]

Overall the course is definitely very good. Utz Salleh is very knowledgeable and very approachable. [Arul]

The course is very useful and can be applied in our daily activities. [Siti Aishah]