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Imam Raza contribution to Health & Hygiene Principles.

Now a Days in 21st century Developed era we are listening slogans even a special month this August  is nominated as  "Mother’s milk is the best food for babies" , While the same words is the Saying of Hazrat Imam AliRaza(a.s) the family member of Prophet(saww) Ahlul Bait(a.s)

centuries ago. Hazrat Imam Ali Raza(a.s whose holy shrine is in Mashad Iran, the son of Hazrat Imam Musa Kazim(a.s) has contributed a lot to Health & Hygiene Principles with addition to working for Islam and Humanity.



Some Sayings of Imam Ali Raza(a.s) about Health & Hygiene Principles are given here below and can also be seen in link Brief Biography.

 >Starting meal with salt prevents seventy types of ailments, one of which is leprosy.
 >Food should be taken when it is at moderate temperature.
 >Start eating from the sides of the plate and not from the middle.
  >For longevity one should eat nourishing food, wear comfortable shoes and try to remain free from debts
>Mother’s milk is the best food for an infant.
>Dried grapes regulate the bile, remove excess phlegm from the body, strengthen the sinews, take away melancholic tendencies from the mind, and purify the soul.
 >Pomegranate is a fruit of paradise. There is one seed from Paradise in every pomegranate growing on the earth.
>Honey is nature’s best medicine. Whenever someone offers you honey as present, accept it.
 >The oil of violet should be used as hair oil because it has a cooling effect during summer and warm during winter.
 >Satan does not visit for forty days a person who applies olive oil to his head or uses it in food.
>Recitation of Quran and taking honey with milk sharpens the memory.
 >Use of meat as a food improves health and builds up power of resistance against diseases.
 >A gluttonous person will starve on the day of resurrection.
 >Masur (a kind of beans, lentils) was the favorite food of seventy thousands prophets. It moderates the temperament and augments the activity of tear glands.
>The person who refrains from meat for forty days will become ill-tempered.

While Some other famous Sayings about Moral development etc are here.

·  The best and most respected virtue of a man is to do good and to fulfill the desires of the needy.

·  The honest man has not betrayed you, but you consider the betrayer as the honest one.

·  You had better avoid the munificence that results in the greater loss to you than the benefits received by your brethren.

·  He who is sure about the divine rewards will be more generous.

·  He who adopts someone as a brother in order to provide Allah's consent will be given a chamber in paradise.

·  Giving alms is the most valuable savings.

·  To be patient in the face of hard-ships is a virtue but to refrain from forbidden deeds is a greater one.

·  Patience and resignation are considered as the worthiest devotions.

·  True devotion not only means excessive sayings of prayers and keeping fasts. One ought to meditate on the divinity profoundly.

·  Be modest before your friends and be prudent while encountering an enemy. Be pleasant with everyone.

·  I wonder at one who purchases the slaves and releases them. Why doesn't he try to make the free people indebted by his good conduct?

·  It is much better to be uninterested in other's properties than to be munificent.

·  To help the disabled is much better than to give alms.

·  Beast wealth is that which provides a good name for its owner.

·  There is no better milk for the baby's nourishment than its mother's.

·  He who exposes himself to an open accusation should not blame those who may suspect him.

·  The oppressors will finally be punished.

·  He who wishes to be the most needless, should put his full trust in Allah.

·  He who shows patience in providing Allah's consent will no doubt get more than what he has lost.

·  He who desires to postpone the time of his decease and wishes to have his sustenance increased should observe ties of kinship.

·  Allah will make happy on the Day of Judgment the person who has removed the grief from the heart of a believer.

·  Be good companions of blessings because they are fleeting: once gone away, will not return.

·  To use scent is a manner of the holy Prophet (SAW). Cleanliness is characteristic of prophets.

·  One who breaks his promise will not be left safe and sound in the unpleasant events.

·  Do not get angry when you are informed of the truth.

·  True faith means the accomplishment of the religious obligations along with the avoidance of the forbidden acts.

·  He who causes Allah's wrath in order to provide a king's consent is an apostate.

·  Nothing is more worthy than good temper.

·  You who can not satisfy people with your riches had better try to make them happy with a king-like face and good manners.

·  Silence is one of the gates to wisdom.

·  Man's intellect is his friend and his ignorance, his enemy.

·  Almightiness is reserved for Allah the One. He who claims the possession of this status will be perished by Allah.

·  If a person holds a malthought towards another believer, then Allah will not accept his religious deeds.

·  Keep aloof from avarice and envy. These two qualities have already destroyed the peoples gone by.

·  He who does not offer his thanks to his benefactor has not actually praised Allah the Greatest and the Glorious.

·  A generous man will eat other's food so that they might partake of his food. A miser refuses to eat the food of others in order to deprive them of his own food.

·  He who blames time should spend a long time blaming.

·  The generous are the masters of the people in this world, while the pious are their chiefs on doomsday.

·  Your mouth is one of the channels through which you make contact with Allah. You had better keep it clean by brushing your teeth.

·  Pure piety is not but avoidance of mortal sins and abstinence from persecuting the faithful.

·  He who assesses himself carefully will finally benefit: the negligent will lose out.

·  He who acts with no insight looks like a pedestrian who travels on a wrong path. The faster he walks, the more deviated he becomes from the straight path.

·  The forgiving warriors will enjoy divine victory in the battlefield.

·  He who wishes to be the dearest to the people must be virtuous both in public and in secret.

·  Human intellect is a divine blessing but politeness is acquired through endeavoring.

·  Prudence keeps repentance away.

·  Reflection is the mirror into which you can look and see your virtues and your evils.

·  Magnanimity is unstable. Trust in Allah will give it stability.

·  Gifts cast out hatred from the heart.

·  Humbleness means treating others the same way as you expect them to treat you.

·  He who tries to keep himself immaculate for forty days, Allah will let the waves of wisdom flow from his heart to his tongue.

·  Giving alms repels the certain catastrophe.

·  He who wishes to be the strongest of all should rely on Allah.

·  The believer who is endowed with a good temper will have the strongest faith.

·  Perfection in intellect is primarily to have faith in Allah and secondly to behave well towards others.

·  Penalty for ingratitude occurs instantly.

·  Remission is good when not accompanied by blame.

·  Treasures of beneficence include concealment of your good deeds, tolerance in hardships and reticence in disasters.

·  A faithful Muslim never exceeds his legitimate right when he is in power.

·  The believer's fury will not deviate him from the right path.

·  He who begins his day without being concerned about improving the Muslim's affairs should not be called a Muslim.

·  The true Muslim never teases others with his hand or tongue.

·  He who recognizes his merit will not easily perish.

·  He who chooses his path properly will not slip down. He will never confront a deadlock in case he falls.

·  A generous man is close to Allah, close to paradise, and close to everyone.

·  Keeping other's secrets, patience in hardships and tolerance towards others are all signs of faith.

·  Tolerance, knowledge and silence are the signs found in a jurisprudent.

·  To bear enmity towards the people is the worst provision for the journey to the hereafter.

·  He, who betrays his brethren, causes them losses and deceives them, is not one of us.

·  One who torments his neighbor is not one of us.

·  Never become angry with others and do not ask anything from them. Wish for the people whatever you wish for yourself.

·  Wine and other intoxicating beverages are strictly prohibited by the religious legislation. One sip of such drinks is as illegitimate as a whole barrel is.

·  To be friendly with others denotes one half of wisdom.

·  A wealthy person ought to be generous to his family.

·  A Muslim should not frighten his brethren.

·  He who reveals his poverty before others will disgrace himself.

·  To be in the company of villains will result in suspecting the good.

·  Resignation, beneficence and certitude are the most precious blessings descended by Heaven.

·  Worship does not lie in copious prayer and fasting, but in the amount of contemplation in the works of Allah.

With addition to Imam Ali Raza a.s all other Aima(a.s) Householdof Holy Prophet(saww) /Ahlul Bait(a.s)  has a lot of contribution to Health and Hygiene Principles as famous Saying of Prophet Muhammad(saww) "cleanliness is half of faith".

In This regard Islamic Medical Wisdom "Tibb al-Aimma"/Tibb al-Reza "Medicine of al-Reza a.s" a famous book is a key contribution..
The link of this book and contribution is given for readers.

Islamic Medical Wisdom "Tibb al-Aimma"

"The Imams of the Ahl al-Bayt (as), were as concerned with treating the body as they were with treating the soul, and their regard for the soundness of the body was similar to their regard for the refinement of the soul."
Translated by : Batool Ispahany
Edited by: Andrew J. Newman

They were physicians of the soul and the body, and Muslims would consult them for their physical illnesses as they would for curing their spiritual sicknesses. 
This collection of Hadith is ample evidence of that. The Imams, peace be upon them, were not merely conveyors of religious regulations and legislation, but were leaders committed to caring for the Muslims, equally concerned-if such a term is correct-with the health of their bodies and their beliefs, such that they encouraged the learning of medicine (al-.tibb). In his comprehensive statement on the divisions of knowledge, 'Ali b. Abi Talib (d. 40/661) Amir al-Mu'minin, peace be upon him, combined it [medicine] with the knowledge of jurisprudence (al-fiqh), saying: 'There are four kinds of knowledge: jurisprudence for religions, medicine for bodies, grammar for languages, and [study of] the stars to recognize the seasons. Much has been related from the Imams in collections [of Hadith] on medicine and preserving good health, just as there are more descriptions of various remedies related from them. Here for the reader are a small number of their sayings which are general rules for preserving health and physical well-being:
Amir al-Mu'minin said to his son, al-Hasan [b. Ali b. Abu Talib (d. 49/669)], peace be upon him: 'Shall I teach you four general principles so that you may have no need of medicine?' Al-Hasan replied: 'Yes indeed, Amir al-Mu'minin.' He said: 'Do not eat unless you are hungry, cease eating while you still have a desire to eat, chew your food well, and, after you awaken from sleep, relieve yourself. If you practice these measures, you will not require medicine,
Amir al-Mu'minin Imam Ali, peace be upon him, also said: 'The Qur'an contains a verse which sums up all medicine: "Eat and drink but do not be prodigal.” (Qur'3n 7:31) Zarr b. Hubaysh said that 'Amir al-Mu'minin related four statements on medicine which, had they been uttered by Galen and Hippo crates, a hundred pieces of paper would have been decorated with their words. These were: 'Guard against the cold (al-bard) at its onset, and face it at its end, for its effect on the body (al-badan) is similar to its effect on trees. Its onset withers them and its end causes them to leaf. ,
He also said: 'There is no healthiness with gluttony.' Al-Baqir [the fifth Imam, Abu Jafar Muhammad b. Ali (d.117/73 5)], peace be upon him, said: 'The medicine of the Arabs is of seven kinds: cupping (al-hujjama), administering clysters (al-ltuqna), steam baths (al-hammam), inhaling medications through the nose (al-suut), vomiting (al-qay}, taking honey (al-asal), and, the final remedy, cauterization (al-kayy). Some-times, added to that is [the application of] lime (al-nura).'
Al-Sadiq [the sixth Imam, Abu Abd Allah Jafar b. Muhammad (d. 148/765)], peace be upon him, said: 'If people eat moderately, their bodies will be healthy. ' He also said: 'Three things make a person fat, and three things make him lean. As for those that make one fat, they are an excess of steam baths, smelling sweet scents, and wearing soft [i.e. fine] clothes. Those that make one lean are the excessive eating of eggs (al-bay {l), diarrhea (al-ishal), and filling the belly (al-butn) with food.'
Abu Haffan-Yuhanna b. Masawayh, the well known Christian physician-related that Jafar b. Muhammad, peace be upon him, had said: 'The natural constituents (al-taba'i) [of the body] are four: blood (al-dam), which is the slave -and sometimes the slave kills the master; wind (al-rih), which is the enemy-if one door is closed to him he comes to you from another; phlegm (al-balgham), which is the king, and endeavors to deceive; and bile (al-mirra), which is the earth when it shakes, it shakes those on it.' Ibn Masawayh [also] said: ' Ali drew upon what Galen felt to give this description. ,
Al-Sadiq, peace be upon him, said: 'Walking causes the patient to suffer a relapse. When my father [i.e. al-Baqir] fell ill, he was dressed and carried to fulfill his need, that is, to perform the ablution (al-wudu'). , He would say: "Walking causes the patient to suffer a relapse. “,
AI-Kazim [the seventh Imam, Abu al-Hasan Musa b. Jafar (d. 183/799)], peace be upon him, said: 'Stay away from the treatment of physicians (al-atibba) as long as you are well, for it is similar to building-a little of it leads to much.' He also said: ' Abstaining from certain foods (al-lahmiyya) is the chief medication. The abdomen (al-maida) is the house of illness. Accustom [the body] to what you are used to.'
Abul-Hasan, peace be upon him, said: 'There is no medication which does not stir up an illness, and there is nothing more beneficial for the body than withholding from it all except what it requires.
Imam Reza [the eighth Imam, Abu al-Hasan Ali b. Musa (d.203/818)], peace be upon him, said: 'Had the dead person been massaged, he would have lived. Why did you disclaim that?'
They, peace be upon them, said: ' Avoid medications as long as your body can bear the illness. When it cannot bear the illness, then take medications.
These are some of the things mentioned by the Imams, peace be upon them, regarding medical treatment, and they summarize the general principles and fundamentals of pre-serving health. Cautioning against gluttony is the basis of treatment, moderation in eating according to the needs and soundness of the body, the requirement for rest and calm after suffering from an illness, abstaining from certain foods, accustoming the body to routine, cautioning against using medications without need and more than is necessary explaining the natural constituents and elements of the body and, in fact, even pointing to artificial respiration, etc., is all general medical advice and does not apply to a particular individual or country, or to a particular era.
The medical treatments related from the Imams in this book of ours, and others, contain medical preparations and prescriptions of specific proportions and particular qualities. They sometimes deal with particular cases, observation of the condition of the patient, the climate {al-.taqs} of his province and the soil {al-turba} of the place where he lives. The answer of one of the Imams in reply to the patient's question, and the medication, may have been given after considering the above-mentioned points. This is a matter which should be taken into account, since variations in the climate and seasons of different countries require specific treatments for certain patients. For example, it would not be correct to use a medical treatment of the same proportion and quality for a hot country as for a cold country, and vice versa. That, then, may have been the reason for the variations in some medical prescriptions, or in the ones whose significance is not known. Our distinguished ancient and modern scholars have mentioned that. Here are some of their statements on the subject for the reader:
It is narrated that the two al-Sadiqs [the Imams Ja'far al-Sadiq and Musa al-Kazim], peace be upon them, explained the statement of Amir al-Mu'minin, peace be upon him, that 'The abdomen is the house of illness, abstaining from certain foods is the chief medication, and each body is accustomed to its conditioning' [as meaning that] something which may be beneficial for an illness which affects certain people in one region may kill others in the same region who use it for that some illness. What is suitable for people with one habit is not suitable for those whose habits differ, etc."
Muhammad Mahdi al-Sayyid Hasan al-Khirsan al-Najaf al-Ashraf 7 Rabi' al-Thani, 1375/1956


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عنوان :۔ ماں کا دودھ بچے کی بہترین غذا

 یا ۔۔طب امام رضا اور جدید حفظان صحت

 مضمون برائے اشاعت خصوصی ایڈیشن 

ماہ اگست عالمی مہم ۔بچوں کیئلے ماں کا دودھ بہترین
یا ایڈیٹورئیل یا میڈویک و سنڈے میگزین

میڈیا اور طب و میڈیکل کی دنیا میں آجکل یہ بات ۔۔۔۔ماں کا دودھ بچے کے لئے بہترین غزا ہے۔۔۔مغرب اور یورپ حتی کہ پوری دنیا میں ایک نعرے کی صورت رائج ہو چکی ہے۔جس کا ثبوت پاکستان سمیت پوری دنیا میں رواں ماہ اگست عالمی مہم ۔بچوں کیئلے ماں کا دودھ بہترین۔۔کے عنوان سے منا کر اشتہاری مہم اور پروگرامات کا انعقاد ہے، اسی طرح کے کچھ اشتہار دیکھ کر ماں کے دودھ کے کی اہمیت کے حوالے حقائق تحریر کر رہا ہوں۔


۔حالانکہ یہی بات۔۔ ماں کا دودھ بچے کے لئے بہترین غزا ہے۔۔ کئی صدیاں ہہلے امام علی رضا ع نے طب اور حفظان صحت کے اصول کے طور پر بحثیت ایک اصول و فرمان یا قول بیان کی تھی۔۔۔یہ بات  نعرہ اب ہر ایک زبان پر عام ہے لیکن اس اصول کے بیان کرنے والے کا نام پس پردہ ہے۔۔۔یہ ایک خیانت کے مترادف ہے کہ محمد و آل محمد ص وآئمہ اہل بیتؑ کے بتائے ہوئے فرامین کو آجکل مختلف لوگ حتی کہ بعض ملکی سطح کے اخبارات بھی امیر المومنین حضرت امام علیؑ و دیگر آئمہ اہل بیت ؑ کے اقوال و فرامین دیگر ناموں سے چھاپ رہے ہیں۔۔جس کا واضح ثبوت کچھ عرصیہ پہلے عوامی نشاندہی پر ایک قومی سطح کے اخبار میں اس غلطی پر اعتزار یا معافی نامہ چھاپنا ہے۔۔بہرحال جس طرح اسلام مکمل ضابط حیات ہے اسی طرح اس کے پیشوا محمد و آل محمد ص وآئمہ اہل بیتؑ نے بھی زندگی کے تمام شعبوں بشمول ظب و حفظان صحت کے حوالے سے گراں قدر کام انجام دیا ہے۔ اس سلسلے میں طب معصومینؑ بالخصوص طب امام رضاؑ ایک سند کے طور پر پہچانی جاتی ہے۔ قارئین کے سہولت کے لئے اردو میں ۔۔۔طب امام رضاؑ ۔۔کتاب کا لنک دیا جا رہا ہے

اسلئے یہ کہنا بے جا نہ ہوگا کہ علم و حکمت یا ماڈرن سائنس و ٹیکانوجی چاہے طب ہو یا کوئی بھی شعبہ اس کے اولین بانیاں اور اس کے احیا میں میں محمد و آل محمد ص و آئمہ اہل بیت ع کا خاص کردار رہا ہے اور بزبان حدیث رسول ص۔۔میرے اہلبیتؑ کی  مثال کشتی  نوح ؑ کی سے ہے جو اس میں سوار ہوا اس نے نجات پایا۔۔اسی حقیقت کوامام علی رضاؑ نے اپنے مبارک زبان سے نیشاپور کے مقام پر ہزاروں محدثین کے سامنے ۔۔حدیثِ سلسلۃ الذھب۔۔ یوں بیان فرمایا تھا۔

حضرت امام رضاؑ کی نیشاپور آمد کی خبر لوگ سن چکے تھے،استقبال کیلیے اکٹھے ہوئے امام ہشتم امام رضاؑ سواری پرمحمل میں تشریف فرما تھے،نیشاپور شہر کے درمیان سے گذررہے تھے،وسیع میدان میں بہت زیادہ لوگوں کا اجتماع ہو چکا تھا۔اس موقع پر اہل علم حضرات کے وفود کی ہمراہی کرتے ہوئےاحادیثِ نبوی کے دو(بڑے)حافظ آنحضرت علیہ السلام کی سواری کی لگام اپنے ہاتھوں میں لے لیتے ہیں اور عرض کرتے ہیں:اے عظیم امام اور اے آئمہ کے فرزند!آپ کو اپنے پاک و پاکیزہ آباء و اجداد اور اپنے جد بزرگوار حضرت پیغمبر خدا(صلی اللہ علیہ وآلہ وسلم)کے حق کا واسطہ دے کر سوال کرتے ہیں کہ ہمارے لیے ایک حدیث بیان فرمائیں تاکہ ہمارے پاس یادگار رہے۔
امام رضاؑ حکم فرماتے ہیں کہ سواری روک دی جائے،لوگوں کا جمِّ غفیر امام علیہ السلام کا نورانی چہرہ دیکھ کر بہت خوش ہو جاتے ہیں ،کچھ دیر کے بعد لوگ خاموش ہو جاتے ہیں۔اس وقت حضرت امام رضاؑ مندرجہ ذیل حدیث شریف کو اپنے والد بزرگوار سے حرف بہ حرف بیان فرماتے ہیں کہ انہوں نے اپنے باپ،دادا اور اس طرح اپنے اجداد طاہرین علیہم السلام سے نقل کیا کہ حضرت رسول خدا صلی اللہ علیہ وآلہ وسلم نے جبرائیل علیہ السلام سے روایت فرمائی کہ حضرت حق تبارک و تعاليٰ فرماتا ہے:’’کلمۃ لا الہ الا اللہ حصنی‘‘(یعنی کلمۂ لا الہ الااللہ۔اللہ کے سوا کوئی بھی عبادت کے لائق اور اہل نہیں ہے۔یہ میرا قلعہ ہے پس جو شخص میرے قلعے میں داخل ہو جائے وہ میرے عذاب سے محفوظ رہتا ہے)پھر امام  رضا علیہ السلام کی سواری آگے بڑھنے لگی تو دوبارہ مخاطب ہو کر امام رضاؑ نے فرمایا:’’لیکن اس کی کچھ شرائط ہیں اور میں خود(یعنی اہلبیتؑ) انہیں شرائط میں سے ہوں‘‘۔
اس حدیث شریف سے معلوم ہوتا ہے کہ کلمۂ طیبہ لا الہ الا اللہ کے اقرار کی شرائط میں اس معصوم امام علیہ السلام کی برحق امامت کا اقرار،اطاعت اور ان کے گفتار و رفتار کو دل و جان سے قبول کرنا ہے کیونکہ امام علیہ السلام حجتِ خدا ہیں اور خود خداوندمتعال نے انہیں اپنی خلق کی ہدایت و رہنمائی کیلیے مقرر فرمایا ہے۔

امام رضا اور طب: امام رضا کے علمی فیوض میں سب سے اہم رسالہ ذھبیہ یعنی  طب کے موضوع پر ہے۔  دانشور جو اد فاضل نے اپنی تالیف '' طب اسلامی اور جدید میڈیکل سائنس کے انکشافات'' میں طب سے متعلق معصومین (ع) کے ارشادات کو طب النبی (ص) ،طب الصادق اور طب الرضا کے عنوانات کے تحت جمع کیا ہے طب النبی کو علامہ مجلسی نے بحار الانوار کے ١٤ ویں جلد'' السماالعالم'' میں نقل کیا ہے۔ طب الصادق کی تفصیلات کشف الاحضار ، خصال اور بحار میں موجود ہیں۔ طب الرضا کی اساس وہ تفصیلی خط ہے جو امام رضا (ع) نے نیشاپور میں ٢٠١ھ میں مامون کو ارسال کیا تھا۔ اس ضمن میں مامون اور امام ع کے علاوہ مشہور اطبا یوحنا ابن ماسویہ، جبرئیل بن یختی یشوع، حکیم بن سلمہ کے درمیان '' انسانی جسم اور حفظان صحت کے اصول'' کے موضوع پر تفصیلی بحث ہوئی تھی اس رسالہ میں وہ تمام معلومات موجود ہیں جن پر آج علم طب کی بنیاد ہے مثلاً فزیا لوجی، پتھالوجی، اناٹومی، جسم انسانی کا ڈھانچہ ، اعصاب اور ان کے وظائف وغیرہ یہاں یہ ذکر ضروری ہے کہ اسلامیطب کی بنیاد اعتدال ہے جو قران کریم کی آیت ''کلو والشر بو ولا تسرفوا'' ( سورہ اعراف) ''کھاؤ پیو مگر اسراف نہ کرو'' کی عملی تفسیر ہے۔ اس کے کئی تراجم ہیں اور بے شمار شرحیں لکھی گئی ہیں جو عربی اور فارسی میں ہیں لیکن اردو دان طبقہ کے لئے یہ امر باعث فخر و اطمینان ہے کہ علامہ رشید ترابی ١٤ نے بھی اپنی تالیف '' طبمعصومین '' کے ذریعہ اس ضمن میں قابل قدر خدمت انجام دی ہے۔ اس کتاب میں مختلف امراض کے لئےمحمد و آل محمد ص چہاردہ معصومین (ع) کے تجویز کردہ علاج کو یکجا جمع کیا ہے۔ ایک جامع مقدمہ میں علامہ موصوف نے اپنے خاص انداز میں صحت انسان سے متعلق قرآن کی آیات اور ائمہ کے ارشادات اور تجربات کو قلمبند کیا ہے

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