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Therapeutic use of Zanjabeel


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All over the world people are facing many health problems. But every problem has solution and every disease is curable. The world consists oflarge number ofliving plants, developing all around. Among these a collection of dried plants, with high experimental or research plants Zanjabeel is highly valuable. From time immemorial people use different kinds of medicines derived from plant extractions. There are many Islamic teachings related to the scientific or medicinal significance of Zanjabeel plant. It is mentioned in Quran and Hadith and declared most important dish for people in paradise while as in hadith it is considered as an important drug. In order to know medicinal value of different plants Zanjabeel is chosen to analysis its constituents in order to highlight its medicinal value and a very less costly or easily available medicine for general masses.

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Zanjabeel, Medicinal Value, Quran, Hadith, Traditional Medicine.
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Ali Muhammad Bhat
Department oflslamic Studies, IUST Awantipora, J&K, India

Abstract


All over the world people are facing many health problems. But every problem has solution and every disease is curable. The world consists oflarge number ofliving plants, developing all around. Among these a collection of dried plants, with high experimental or research plants Zanjabeel is highly valuable. From time immemorial people use different kinds of medicines derived from plant extractions. There are many Islamic teachings related to the scientific or medicinal significance of Zanjabeel plant. It is mentioned in Quran and Hadith and declared most important dish for people in paradise while as in hadith it is considered as an important drug. In order to know medicinal value of different plants Zanjabeel is chosen to analysis its constituents in order to highlight its medicinal value and a very less costly or easily available medicine for general masses.

Keywords


Zanjabeel, Medicinal Value, Quran, Hadith, Traditional Medicine.

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