About Tibb-e-nabawi

Introduction

It is a medical science of the last Prophet Muhammad ﷺ of Allah Ta'ala in English. Medical knowledge was also provided from Allah Ta'ala to him ﷺ.
This book is in three parts, part-1 is regarding uses of herbs, fruits, vegetables, plants, grains, Ruqyah, evil eye, black magic & some habits of Nabi ﷺ & part-2 is about diseases & their treatment which are mentioned in Hadees & part-3 is a work book you need to answer questions.
I started to write this book Part-1 & Part-2 from 4th October 2013 & completed the book Part-1 & Part-2 in 15th March 2016.
In the book, in Nabi ﷺ guidance section, in the Hadees English transalatio, the Arabic words given in bracket are the words mentioned in respected Hadees. (Please do not get confused).

Principle:

Tibb-e-nabawi ﷺ is mostly based on recitation of Ruqyah (islamic spiritual treatment for evil eye, black magic etc.) & uses of herbs, fruits, vegetables, natural food products, eating habits, Salah, Dua, Quranic verses, Allah Ta'ala's names, drinking habits, ethics & diseases & their treatment.

Rule:

1. All diseases are curable. (Bukhari: 5678; Book. 76)
2. Belief in Allah Ta'ala.
3. Follow Prophet ﷺ's way & guidance.
4. Use herbs, fruits, vegetables, special Dua, Ruqyah, Quranic verses, Names of Allah Ta'ala.

Knowledge

This is based on collection & study of Prophet ﷺ's teachings, guidance & Hadees (means saying, teachings, talks & etc of Prophet ﷺ.)

References:

Famous & authentic books of Hadees like : Bukhari, Muslim, Tirmizi, Abu Dawud, Abu Nu-aim, Ibn Ma-jah, Musnad Ahmed, Musnad Firdous, Tibraani, Kanz-al Ummal, Biahaqi, Mustadrak Al-Hakim, Tibbenabawi (Al Jawzi), Shaobul Imaan, Musannaf Abdur Razzaq, Shamaa'il Muhammadiyah & etc.

Other references:

My work is mostly based on famous books of Hadees as mentioned above & Tibb-a-Nabawi ﷺ by Imam Ibn Qayyim Al-Jauziyah, Islamic medicine by Yusuf Al-Hajj Ahmad, Tibb-e-Nabawi ﷺ & Jadid science by Dr. Khalid Ganznawi, Plants of Quran by Dr. M. Iqtedaar Farooqi, Book of sunnah by E.M.H. Salejee & etc.

Authenticity:

On 2nd May 2015 at 12:00 pm I met with Mr. Rafiq Dudhwala founder of Deeniyat, at Idara-e-Deeniyat, opp. Maharashtra college, Bellasis road, Mumbai Central, Mumbai- 400008. (I went to Mr. Rafiq Dudhwala with reference of Mr. Altaf Bhai Gulshan printing press) regarding my book, he saw the presentation properly & pointed out my mistakes, like I had not mentioned the Hadees numbers, means I had only mentioned the names of the books from which the references are taken. He also asked to recheck the Hadees from the original textbook of Hadees, the Saheeh Sittah means the 6 authentic books of Hadees & also other books. I realized that it was very important to recheck the Hadees & etc. And further said that your work should be checked by the best Aalims who has done postgraduation & Ph.D. & is well versed in Hadees work.
I again started reading, confirming, & putting the references of the Hadees on 6-5-2015, from the respected books of Hadees like Bukhari, Muslim, Abu Dawud, An-Nasa'i, Ibn Ma-jah, Tabraani, Musnad Ahmed, Musnad Firdous & etc & we also used software (المكتبة الشاملة) Al-Maktaba Al-Shamilah to find the references & completed the search on 30-09-2015.
Maulana Arhsad Jamal Nadwi (An Aalim) & Maulana Abdul Matin (An Aalim) also took the task of searching, checking, putting teh reference of the respected Hadees. The designing work was done by Maulana Arshad Jamal Nadwi (An Aalim) well verse in this work (He is like my son).

Points:

Tibb-e-Nabawi ﷺ was & is presently neglected by all class of people. Since many years no proper compilation work was done in English in India, that could give a proper basic knowledge of Prophet ﷺ's science, with proper order, with Prophet ﷺ's Hadees seperately, & experiences & comments of scholars seperately. (Means mentioned in seperate columns).
Scholars experience should not be neglected but at the same time should be mentioned under seperate heading & should not be mixed with Prophet ﷺ's guidance & Hadees, so that the readers do not get puzzled & should get a clear idea what is mentioned by Prophet ﷺ & what are scholars experiences.
Tibb-e-Nabawi ﷺ (Prophet ﷺ's medical science) is currently not present in our practical life, means we do not follow it due to ignorance, lack of awareness & lack of knowledge, (since many years for unknown reasons).
Today our eating habits do not match with Prophet ﷺ's eating habits nor medical science knows about it; we do not know about the favourite dishes of Prophet ﷺ, nor do we follow the medical science of Prophet ﷺ.
The respected Medical science of Prophet ﷺ is sent by Allah Ta'ala to his Prophet Muhammad ﷺ for the benefit of whole world, but we neglect it and ignore it.
In 2015, I was 44 years old, I used to read Tibb-e-nabawi ﷺ (Books on medical science of Nabi ﷺ) since 20 years of age, I used to get puzzled & did not had a clear idea what was Prophet ﷺ's guidance & teachings, & what were scholar's guidance & teachings.
So this made me to do a compilation work on Tibb-e-nabawi ﷺ (Prophet ﷺ's medical science) to bring awareness about it & remove the negligence.
Actually, my work is like a postman's work, means my job is to deliver the message of Prophet ﷺ's medical science to people in easy language & better understanding with clear and authentic references.
My work is only a compilation work, in systematic order and proper manner. May, Allah Ta'ala guide me in the best way in my work & duty, to do it in such a way that it is easy for the whole world & beneficial to all.

About Hadees books:

All the authors of the books like Bukhari, Muslim, Abu Dawud & etc had done a beautiful piece of work by setting the Hadees in different chapter, with proper topics, grouping & etc. By their work only our work is possible. How much difficulty they must have suffered, Allah only knows & may Allah reward them all handsomely.

Thanks to:

First of all I would like to thank Allah Ta'ala for letting me to do this work, may Allah Ta'ala make it a success (Aameen) than thanks to Nabi ﷺ from the bottom of my heart for hs devotion & hardships & grants. I would like to thank all Sahabah for their hardships & work for Islam, than all the people after them.
Also thanks to the author of Bukhari, Muslim, Abu Dawud, Ibn Ma-jah, An-Nasa'i, Tirmizi & etc for their work in the field of Hadees, by their work only it makes us easy to work on Hadees.
Also thanks to Mufti Dr. Javed Ali, Mufti Shoaib, Mufti Ajmal, Maulana Saad, Maulana Arshad Jamil, Maulana Abdul Matin, Abdul Aziz, Altaf bhai, Rafiq Dudhwala, Taha, Abdul Matin, my parents, my family and all my friends & well wishers & my wife for helping me in my writing work. Withour all above it would be impossible to wirte this book. Also special thanks to Mrs. Shujauddin Qureshi for her help in prove reading & Hadees checking work.

Details about the Hadees books

1. Bukhari:
There are 7563 Hadees in Sahih Bukhari with repetitions & (Without repetitions however, the total number of Hadees are around 2600) & it is divided if 97 parts (Books).Each part (book) has many chapters. It is compiled by Abu Abdullah Imam Muhammad Al-Bukhari (d.256 AH/870 AD) (r.a.). He is known as the Amir al-Muminin in the field of Hadees. He was born on the day of Juma (Friday) the 13th of Shawwal 194 (A.H.). His father passed away in his childhood. At the age of sixteen after having memorized the compiled books of Imam Wakiy and Abdullah Ibn Mubarak, he perfomed Hajj with his elder brother and mother. After the completion of Hajj he remained in Makkah for the further two years and upon reaching the age of eighteen headed for Madinah, for compiling the Books "Qadhayas-Sahabah wa at-Tabi'in" and "Tarikh al-Kabir". Imam al-Bukhari also travelled to other key centers of Arabia in search of knowledge like Syria, Egypt, Kufa, Basra and Baghdad.
Imam Bukhari (r.a.) first started listening and learning Hadees in 205 A.H., and after getting benefitted by the Ul-mas (scholars) of his town he started his travels in 210 A.H. His memory was considered to be one of a kind; after listening to a Hadees he would repeat it from memory. It has been known that in his childhood he had memorized 2000 Hadees. There are many books compiled by him, it took a period of 16 years to gather the Hadees and to write the Sahih Bukhari, which sets the date back to 217 A.H. in which he started the compilation; Imam Al-Bukhari (r.a.) being merely 23 years of age. Before he actually placed a Hadees in his compilation he performed ghusl (bath) and prayed two Rak'ah nafl and did Dua asking Allah for guidance. He finalized each Hadees in the rawdah of Masjid An-Nabawi ﷺ (between the Prophet ﷺ's grave and his mimbar) and wrote the Hadees in the Masjid. Only after being completely satisfied with a Hadees he uses to place it in his collection.
2. Sahih Muslim:
Sahih Muslim is a collection of Hadees compiled by Imam Muslim Ibn Al-Hajjaj Al-Naysaburi(r.a.). His collection is considered to be one of the most authentic collections of Sunnah of the Prophet ﷺ, and along with Sahih Al-Bukhari forms the "Sahihain", or the "Two Sahihs". It contains roughly 7500 Hadees with repetitions, in 57 Books (parts) plus introductoru part. (Without repetitons however, the total number of Hadees are around 3033).
Imam Muslim's full name was Abu Al-Husayn Muslim Ibn Al-Hajjaj Ibn Muslim Ibn Warat Al-Qushayri Al- Naysaburi (206-261 AH/821-875 AD). Imam "Muslim", (as his nasba shows) belonged to the Qushayr tribe of Arabs from a higher family. He was born in Naysabur (Nishapur) in 206/821. His parents were righteous people who left such an indelible impression on his mind that he spent his life as a God-fearing person adn always adhered to the path of righteousness. Imam Muslim travelled widely to collect Hadees in Arabia, Egypt, Syria and Iraq; he came into contact with Imam Al-Bukhari and was inpressed with Imam Al-Bukhari's knowledge, and he kept himself attached to him up to the end of his life.
He wrote many books and treatises on Hadees, but the most important of his works is the collection (Jami') of his Sahih Muslim. He died in 261/875, and was buried in the suburbs of Nishapur.
3. Abu Dawud:
Sunan Abu Dawud is a collection of Hadees compiled by Imam Abu Dawud Sulayman Ibn Al-Ash'ath As-Sijistani (r.a.). It is widely considered to be among the six canonical collections of Hadees (Kutub as-Sittah) of the Sunnah of the Nabi ﷺ. It consists of 5274 Hadees in 43 books (parts).
Abu Dawud Sulayman Ibn Al-Ash'ath Ibn Ishaq Ibn Bashir Ibn Shaddad Ibn 'Amr Ibn 'Imran Al-Azdi As-Sijistani was born in the year 202 AH in Sijistan, a province in Khurasan, he was from Yemen.
He began to travel seeking for Hadees at a young age, and reached Baghdad in 220 AH when he was 18 years old. He travelled for the purpose of checking out the possessors of Hadees to ensure their reliability before accepting their narrations. His journey in search of knowledge took him through the lands of Khurasan, Iraq, Hijaz, Sham, Egypt and Nishapur. He was not only a muhaddis,but also a prominent faqih who studied extensively under Imam Ahmad Ibn Hanbal.
Imam Abu Dawud (r.a.) passed away on Friday, 16 Shawwal 275 AH, at the age of 73. He was buried in Basrah alongside Sufyan at-Thawri.
4. Ibn Ma-jah:
Sunan Ibn Ma-jah is a collection of Hadees compiled by Imam Muhammad Bin Yazid Ibn Majah Al-Qazvini (r.a.). It was widely considered to be the sixth of the six canonical collections of Hadees (kutub as-Sittah) of the Sunnah. It consists of 4341 Hadees in 37 books (parts).
His name was Abu Abdullah Muhammad Bin Yazid Bin Abdullah Ar-Rab'i al-Qazvini, famously known as Ibn Ma-jah, was born in 209 AH to a non-Arab tribe by the name of Rab'i in Qazvin (Iran).
Ibn Ma-jah spent his early years studying Hadees in his hometown of Qazvin, which had by then become a major center of Hadees. in 230 AH, at the age of 21 or 22, he travelled to various countries to seek more knowledge. He travelled to Khurasan, Iraq, Hijaz, Egypt and Sham to attend the gatherings of Hadees from scholars. Imam Ibn Ma-jah studied under some of the eminent teachers in Makkah, Madinah, and Qazvin. He died on Monday, 22 Ramadan, in the year 273 AH at the age of 64.
5. An-Nasa'i:
Sunan An-Nasa'i is a collection of Hadees compiled by Imam Ahmad An-Nasa'i (Rahimahullah). His collection is unanimously considered to be one of the six canonical collections of Hadees (Kutub as-Sittah) of the Sunnah of the Prophet ﷺ. it contains roughly 5758 Hadees (with repetitions) in 51 books (parts).
Ahmad Ibn Shu'ayb Ibn Ali Ibn Sinan Abu Abd Al-Rahman Al-Nasa'i (214-303 AH/ca. 829-915 AD/CE), was born in the year 214 AH in the famous city of Nasa, situated in Western Asia known at that time as Khurasan which was a famous center for Islamic knowledge where many Ulama were situated and studies in Hadees and fiqh was at its peak.
In Makkah he passed away at the age of 88 on Monday 13th of Safar 303 AH in the holy city near the Ka'ba and he was buried between Safa and Marwa.
6. Tirmizi:
Jami' At-Tirmizi is a collection of Hadees compiled by Imam Abu Isa Muhammad at-Tirmizi (r.a.). His collection is unanimously considered to be one of the six canonical collections of Hadees (Kutub as-Sittah) of the Sunnah of Nabi ﷺ. It contains nearly 3956 Hadees with repetiitons in 49 books (parts). His name is Abu 'Isa Muhammad Ibn 'Isa Ibn Sawrah Ibn Musa Ibn Al Dahhak Al Sulami Al-Tirmizi (209-279 AH/824-892 AD). Imam Al Tirmizi was born in the year 209 AH during the reign of Abbasid Khalifa Ma'munal-Rashid.
Imam Tirmizi dedicated his life totally towards the field of Hadees. He obtained his basic knowledge at home and later travelled far lands in search of knowledge, he studied Hadees under great personalities such as Imam Al-Bukhari, Imam Muslim, and Imam Abu Dawud. Once Imam Al-Bukhari said to him "I got benefitted more from you than you got benefitted from me." In the year 279 AH in the village called Bawag at the age of 70 years he passed away.
All the above Imams worked very hard in the field pf Hadees collection & compilation, only Allah Ta'ala can reward them for their work.