COFFEE AND TEA — Along With that caffeine boost you think you need, you are ingesting other substances (theobromine, theine and tannin) completely alien to the blood. These toxic elements enter the bloodstream and are carried to the brain, heart, pancreas, spleen and other organs and glands. The liver and kidneys try valiantly to cleanse and detoxify the contaminated blood and often end up overtired, overworked and exhausted by their efforts. If you usually consume a lot of coffee and/or tea but doubt they are addictive, try eliminating them from your diet abruptly. You’ll probably experience withdrawal symptoms ranging from violent headaches to nausea or the shakes. If your health is important to you, it’s worth going through the Withdrawal period. Science confirms that simply eliminating coffee and tea (plus cocoa and soft drinks) from one’s diet results in a healthy reduction of blood pressure, reduces the load on the heart and reopens the arteries supplying the brain.



CARCINOMA OF THE STOMACH — When Mr. William Y. (42 years of age, husband and father of three) began suffering from chronic indigestion, he chalked it up to the stress of his job as prominent officer of the local bank. He took over-the-counter antacid compounds to relieve his distress and ignored the problem. The condition persisted and his wife began urging him to see a doctor, but he stubbornly refused. He soon began vomiting half-digested food after eating and noticed streaks of blood in his stool after a bowel movement. Frightened and worried by these developments, Mr. Y. visited his doctor, who immediately rushed him to the hospital for tests. His worst fears were realised when his doctor informed him that it appeared he had a malignant tumour growing in his digestive tract. Fortunately for Mr. Y., there was as yet no involvement of the lymph gland. (Because this gland travels swiftly through the body, any involvement of the lymph nodes means that the malignancy can spread very quickly to other sites. In the case of lymph-gland cancer, prognosis is extremely poor.)

Mr. Y. underwent an operation to surgically remove (excise) the cancerous growth, which appeared to be totally enclosed within its outer membrane. However, because of the possible danger of the bloodstream carrying minute cancer cells to other parts of the body, Mr. Y. was placed on a programme of advanced chemotherapy on an out-patient basis. He suffered all the classic side effects of this toxic treatment, including violent vomiting and retching, progressive physical weakness and almost complete loss of hair. The exhausted and nauseated Mr. Y. complained that the “cure” was almost too terrible to bear.

Finally, a sympathetic friend brought Mrs. Y. some printed material that told in detail of the success of linseed oil and enriched protein in cases similar to that of her husband. The desperate wife and mother purchased some cottage cheese and a vial of raw, cold-processed, unrefined linseed oil and coaxed Mr. Y. to have it as his lunch every day. Beginning by choking down just a few small spoonfuls daily, Mr. Y. progressed to the point where he was able to enjoy the entire amount. At this writing, Mr. Y. has returned to his employment as a bank officer and is once again able to support his family. He has completely regained his former robust health. As a preventive measure, the entire family now takes a salad of linseed oil and cottage cheese flavoured with a variety of flavourful herbs daily.

By William L.Fisher – An authority on natural health and nutrition

22 Safar 1444 – 19 September 2022


Q. It is mentioned in the Hadith that when Hadhrat Umar (radhiyallahu anhu) had completed hifz of Surah Baqarah, he sacrificed a camel out of happiness. On the basis of this will it be permissible to serve food when making khatam of the Qur’aan Shareef?
A. The act of Hadhrat Umar (radhiyallahu anhu) is not a basis for any of the customs in vogue among people. Hadhrat Umar’s act was not in fulfillment of a custom. It was done spontaneously as a result of his happiness when he had accomplished the hifz of Surah Baqarah in eight years. He did not organize a party nor was his act an ostentatious gathering of waste such as the jalsahs of the present day.
If a person wishes to gain thawaab and give Sadqah to the poor in gratitude to Allah Ta’ala for the Ni’mat of Hifz, he is free to do so. But what is the need to organize a party, have speeches, sing songs, invite wealthy and bloated people to participate, etc., etc. Such gatherings are far—very far—from the simple act of Sadqah of Hadhrat Umar (radhiyallahu anhu). There is no resemblance between the extravagant parties of show (riyaa) and Hadhrat Umar’s simple deed of Sadqah. By all means give Sadqah in abundance and unostentatiously. There is no need for publicity and advertisement. There is no need to feed people who eat five times a day. The nafs presents deceptive arguments to substantiate bid’ah and shaitaaniyat.
Numerable Sahaabah made hifz of the Qur’aan Shareef. Did anyone of them organize a jalsah, a party or any type of gathering? Did anyone of them follow the act of Hadhrat Umar (radhiyallahu anhu)? Hadhrat Umar (radhiyallahu anhu) was a Haafiz of the Qur’aan. Did he repeat his performance of sacrificing a camel when he completed hifz of the Qur’aan? Did he invite people to a feast? Did he organize a jalsah?
The sacrificing of a camel by Hadhrat Umar (radhiyallahu anhu) was a personal preference in a moment of extreme delight. It never was the intention to initiate a custom, hence no one ever followed him in this act. If there was a need for feasting and merrymaking on the occasion of a khatam, then such practices would have gained prominence during the Khairul Quroon. Hifz of the Qur’aan is not something new or peculiar to this age. Personal preferences of the Sahaabah were not transformed into regular customs to be observed by the Ummah.
At most it can be said that it is good to give Sadqah as an expression of gratitude to Allah Ta’ala for a ni’mat. But giving Sadqah is in many forms. No particular form may be established as a custom to be observed with incumbency, ostentation, waste, riya and pride which grace the jalsahs, gatherings and so-called Deeni ceremonies of our times. And, if someone is over-eager in the desire to emulate Hadhrat Umar (radhiyallahu anhu), then when he completes the Hifz of Surah Baqarah let him sacrifice a camel or its value in money. Let him give this amount in Sadqah to the poor and refrain from any jalsah when he completes Hifz. He will then have some resemblance with this Sunnat which was the peculiarity of Hadhrat Umar (radhiyallahu anhu) alone.



SANHA, after realizing that the public have smelt a rat, have attempted to save some face by releasing a statement which attempts to answer the objections made.
The points made by SANHA in a nutshell are
*SANHA is not money orientated as they defended Cadbury even though they had no contract with them in the past
*Claimed that the basis of the dramatic statement was only due to the wine connotations and they didn’t state it as Haraam all they said was exercise caution.
*Didn’t wish to breach Amaana and feared legal implications therefore kept vital information away from the public
The claim of SANHA of being altruistic and being unconcerned regarding monetary gain is laughable, they might as well carry out their duties as a charity work, they would ofcourse give us stories of how nothing in life is free and everything has costs which cannot be covered when being done in this sense,however we are all certain that the cash benefits are well over and above cost.
Defending Cadbury without a contract doesn’t necessitate selfless service, defending an entity could be done with the hope of luring them to become clients. We can only imagine the despair when a fellow halaal body shatters one’s dreams.
We are not understanding the stance of SANHA in the light of Shariah, the Shariah allows the usage of vinegar that is made from wine despite it being derived from a wine source, are SANHA becoming more pious then the Shariah itself?What exactly is there view regarding tabdeel E maahiyat ie metemorphisis in this context?
This breach of Amaana story is laughable, is the” Amaanat”of a non Muslim company more important then the Amaanah of the entire Muslim community of South Africa?
The Shariah concept of Amaanah is being misapplied, to expose a matter of concern to the public is not contrary to Amaanah.
The legal excuse is baseless, one has a moral obligation to bring these matters out in the public sphere, this was done before by SANHA. There are no legal repercussions for doing such. It is surprising that SANHAs legal concerns had been abated the moment NIHT became the halaal authority that certifies Cadbury.
In essence it would be better if SANHA remains silent, we dont like taking out time to expose fallacies, but when a statement with such hogwash is released we feel constrained to respond.

The Powerful Product of Purity

Among the prominent rulers of Afghanistan during the 1800s was a man named Dost Muhammad Khan who passed away in 1863.
At one point during his rule, he appointed one of his sons as his successor. After some time, when an enemy force attacked his kingdom, he dispatched this very son to defend the kingdom and recover the territory that was lost to the invading forces. On the instruction of his father, the son set out with an army.
Later on, Dost Muhammad Khan received the news that his son had been defeated and had fled from the battlefield. Extremely pained, grieved and disappointed, he entered his home and addressed the boy’s mother saying, “Our son has turned out to be weak and cowardly! He has suffered defeat and is fleeing the battlefield, whereas this is the time for him to show his courage and bravery! Furthermore, I have appointed him as my successor. The people will now tell me that I have appointed a weakling and a coward as my successor. This has caused me immense grief and disappointment.”
When the boy’s mother heard this, she confidently remarked, “The news that you received is incorrect. It is not possible for my son to have been defeated.” Dost Muhammad Khan was astonished and said, “I received this information through official, authentic channels. How can you sit here, in this home, and tell me that this reliable information is incorrect?”
After a period of time had passed, Dost Muhammad Khan received the information that his son had actually won the battle and was now returning home victorious! Dost Muhammad Khan was overjoyed and rushed home to inform the boy’s mother. After telling her the news, he asked her, “Tell me, how were you able to say with such conviction and certainty, while seated within your home, that the information was incorrect?”
The mother replied, “I would not have normally revealed this to anyone. However, because you have instructed me to tell you the reason, I will do so. When I conceived and I was carrying the prince, I decided that let alone haraam food – I would not even allow a single morsel of doubtful food to pass my lips. I understood that haraam food weakens the heart, causing a believer to lose his courage, strength and bravery. I thus ensured that I ate only halaal food so that he would be blessed with bravery and strength. After taking this decision, I complied with it completely, ensuring that I only ate halaal. After the boy was born, I decided to adhere to two things. The first is that I would never suckle the child when I was in the state of impurity (needing ghusal). In fact, over and above being in a state of purity, I would also make wudhu. Furthermore, whenever I was able to, I would recite Surah Yaseen while suckling him. The second is that I continued to ensure that I consumed only halaal food so that the suckling child would not be affected by the ill effects of haraam food through the milk he drank. When he marched to combat the enemy, then on account of my adhering to these actions, I had complete conviction that he would return victorious. That is how I knew that the information which you received was incorrect.”
(Islaahi Bayaanaat – Mufti ‘Abdur Raoof Sukkharwi [hafizahullah] vol. 2, pg. 109-111)
When a person eats food, then the nutrients such as proteins, carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals, etc., assist his body positively. Similarly, any contaminants that may exist in the food such as pesticides, chemicals, etc., affect his body negatively. In exactly the same manner, when the food is halaal, it assists his imaam in a positive manner, and when the food is haraam or contaminated with haraam, it affects his imaan in a negative manner. As a result, the food that we eat has great influence over our motivation to carry out good deeds and refrain from haraam. Hence, when the prince was a ‘product’ of piety and purity, his imaan gave him the courage to stand and fight against the invaders.
As parents, what we put into our children, both literally (food and drink) and figuratively (values and morals), is what we will get out from our children. The need of the hour is thus for us to feed their bodies and souls with only that which is pure, and avoid exposing them to things that are evil and impure.



Read about the Lemon Peel & it pains me to hear about these facts & proves that the drug companies would rather profit on our Pains & Suffering than educate us on Alternative Medicines & Natural Remedies. Feel sorry for those Dead & Gone that couldn’t afford or get hold of the Chemo or whatever medicines they prescribe and didn’t know about these facts.


Place the washed lemon in the freezer.

Once frozen, get your grater, & shred the whole lemon (no need to peel it) and sprinkle it on your foods!

On vegetables, salad, ice cream, soup, cereals, noodles, spaghetti sauce, rice, fish dishes, … the list is endless.

All the foods will get an unexpected wonderful taste!

Most likely, you only think of lemon juice as vitamin C?? Not anymore!

What’s the major advantage of using the whole lemon other than preventing waste & adding new taste to your dishes?

Lemon peels contain as much as 5 to 10 times more vitamins than the lemon juice itself & that’s what you’ve been wasting!

Lemon peels are health rejuvenators in eradicating toxic elements in the body.

The surprising benefits of lemon is the miraculous ability to kill cancer cells!

It is 10,000 times stronger than chemotherapy!!

Why do we not know about that?

Because there are laboratories interested in making a synthetic version that will bring them huge profits.

You can now help a friend in need by letting him/her know that lemon juice is beneficial in preventing the disease.

Its taste is pleasant and it does not produce the horrific effects of chemotherapy.

How many people will die while this closely guarded secret is kept, so as not to jeopardize the multimillionaires large corporations?

This plant is a proven remedy against cancers of all types.

It is considered also as an anti microbial spectrum against bacterial infections and fungi, effective against internal parasites and worms, it regulates blood pressure & an antidepressant, combats stress & nervous disorders.

The source of this information is fascinating: it comes from one of the largest drug manufacturers in the world, says that after more than 20 laboratory tests since 1970,the extracts revealed that it destroys the malignant cells in 12 cancers, including colon, breast, prostate, lung & pancreas…

The compounds of this tree showed 10,000 times better effect than the product Adriamycin, a drug normally used chemotherapeutic in the world, slowing the growth of cancer cells.

And what is even more astonishing: this type of therapy with lemon extract only destroys malignant cancer cells and it does not affect healthy cells.

So, give those lemons a good wash, freeze them and grate them. Your whole body will love you for it!!

24 Shawwaal 1443 – 26 May 2022




Please check the two Urdu fatwas we are sending you. According to these fatwas it is halaal to consume ‘farmi’ (broiler) chickens regardless of the haraam feed they are fed. What is the status of these fatwas? Are they valid according to the Shariah?


The issue pertaining to the consumption of artificial/broiler/incubated chickens is not whether the chickens if slaughtered correctly are halaal or haraam. The issue is whether these diseased chickens, fed haraam feed are tayyib, healthy and good to consume or not. Are they good or bad for the health of people? This is the question.

The Fataawa of permissibility issued by the Darul Ulooms, confirm that the Muftis are out of touch with reality. The obligation of a Mufti is not to acquit himself like a Madrasah Ustaadh explaining academic technicalities to the Talaba. Whatever the Muftis have stated in their fatwas is not supposed to be for the consumption of the masses. The Muftis are supposed to bear in mind the physical and spiritual welfare of the masses.

Regarding broiler (‘farmi’) chickens, the Muftis have failed to understand that a factor (sabab) for hurmat is Dharar (harm). We are not saying that the chicken which is fed with haraam feed is haraam even if slaughtered correctly. The issue is the dharar factor which thousands of kuffaar experts have confirmed.

These broiler chickens cause numerous diseases including cancer, heart problems, liver problems, etc., etc. We have published considerable literature on this subject. The Muftis of the Darul Ulooms in India and Pakistan are living in dreamland. They are ignorant of the reality, hence they issue bunkum (ghutha) fatwas which only cause more harm to the masses both physically and spiritually.

These Muftis of today fail to understand that along with physical damage to the human body comes spiritual harm as well. Both the body and the soul suffer from physical disease as well as from spiritual disease. The job of the Mufti is to strengthen the bond between man and his Khaaliq. The job of the Mufti is not to weaken the resolve and Imaan of the masses with Fiqhi technicalities.

Everyone is aware that the male’s satr is from the navel to the knees. It will be indeed moronic for a Mufti to advise the masses that since Salaat is valid with only the satr covered, they may go to the Musjid with their entire bodies exposed, covering only the Satr. Thus, the Imaam Sahib and the muqtadis may on a hot day perform Salaat in this semi-naked form because the satr is covered. This in fact is the attitude of the Muftis of this era. They lack insight, and they have nafsaani agendas.

That is why these same muftis have made permissible the haraam covid protocols of the atheists, and have even closed the Musaajid. To satisfy the atheists, these Muftis have argued away by means of ta’weel baatil the La Adwa Hadith.

The Fiqhi technicalities posited by these Muftis are not denied. The contention is that these chickens are diseased and cause many diseases in human beings. The disease dharar has been proved by the evidences of innumerable authorities on this subject.

In the first fatwa is mentioned: “And, if someone on his own refrains from eating farmi chickens then he may do so as he wish. However, the fatwa is on its hillat and permissibility.”

The Mufti Sahib has disgorged drivel. These chickens are extremely harmful, hence the fatwa is on hurmat. The Mufti appears to be ignorant of the dharar factor, hence his fatwa is erroneous.

In the second fatwa is mentioned:

“Nothing can be declared haraam on the basis of mere speculation of people nor does Eemaan exit by eating chicken.”

No one has ever claimed that the devourer of these diseased chickens becomes a kaafir. The Mufti has spoken trash in this comment. This Mufti Sahib has spoken without the application of his mind and on the basis of jahaalat. His ignorance has constrained him to infer that those who prohibit eating these chickens have structured their case on the basis of ‘speculation’ (baseless opinion). It will be salubrious for the Mufti Sahib to understand that this claim which he has tendered is in fact based on baseless speculation. He simply disgorged bunkum with his baseless speculation. He has acquitted himself stupidly without daleel.

The fatwa of prohibition is not based on ‘speculation’ as the Mufti stupidly claims. It is based on irrefutable facts – on evidence which cannot be logically and practically refuted. If these Muftis have any respect and concern for the Haqq, they should make an in-depth panoptic research (wasee’ mutaala-ah) of the broiler chicken haraam, shaitaani industry. Then if they are sincere, they shall not fail to understand that the DHARAR Sabebe Hurmat (factor of prohibition) stands out as clear as daylight.

In his penultimate statement of Fatwa No.2, the Mufti states:

“Regarding the question of it being harmful to the health then only the doctors can give a better answer to it.”

This statement proves the gross and staggering ignorance of the Mufti on this subject. It is haraam for a Mufti to issue a fatwa on the basis of his jahaalat. In churning out fatwas on the basis of ignorance, the Mufti poses a threat to both the Imaan and health of the masses. Such a mufti is labelled Mufti Maajin. He has no Shar’i license to issue fatwas regardless of him being a mufti whether in Darul Ifta of Deoband or of Mazaaharal Uloom.

There exists a deluge of expert literature published by doctors and experts who had made in-depth research and who have practical experience of this satanic broiler chicken industry. The avalanche of literature is sufficient to drown the Muftis who baselessly issue fatwas of jawaaz for harmful poisoned chickens which cause much disease.

Is the Mufti sincere or does he have a commercial and nafsaani agenda to submit to? Is he genuinely unaware of the mass of evidence proving the dharar of these poisoned, diseased chickens which ruin the health of the masses?

The fatwas of hillat issued by these Mufti Maajins is dismissed with the contempt it deserves.


17 Shawwaal 1443 – 19 May 2022


Question: I understand that vinegar is halaal and so are foods pickled in them like cucumber. However there are other forms of pickled items which are not formed with the use of vinegar. Such items include saurkraut, kimchi both of which are formed from cabbage, there are pickled radishes also. In general these food items are pickled through fermentation. As with this process there will remain trace amounts of alcohol that may remain, evaporate or become vinegar. Are such foods halaal. Or must the food be pickled using only vinegar as some cucumbers happen to be.
Additionally there is a popular drink classified as non alcoholic beverage called kombucha. It is a fermented tea from what I understand. It has trace amounts of alcohol.
I have further learned that any yogurt that is made is always involved with a fermentation process. The fermentation occurs through lactic acid bacteria in milk. This is again the case for any form of yogurt plain or flavoured. Are yogurts permissible?
In addition, breads produced with yeast will produce alcohol as well, along with anything that uses yeast. Breads not produced with yeast too contain small amounts of alcohol and this will be residually present in all breads and baked flour products. Are such forms of cooking and food permissible? Ripened but not spoiled fruits such as bananas and pears too contain small amounts of alcohol.  Are these permissible?
Answer: Understand well that the vast majority of Muslims consume even products which are blatantly haraam. Due to extreme deficiency of the Imaan of the masses, it is unwise to pry and investigate every product which does not ostensibly appear to be haraam.
Now you have investigated bread, yogurt, etc., thereby bringing difficulty for yourself and others. Yeast has been used since time immemorial in baking bread. All the great Ulama, Fuqaha and Auliya consumed bread in which yeast has been used. Therefore it is imprudent to probe such products which are generally accepted as halaal on the basis of there being no haraam ingredients in the products.
If your Taqwa constrains you to abstain from these products, then by all means you may do so, but do not create difficulties for others. We are extremely reluctant to investigate such details. The example of ripened fruit is absolutely ridiculous. Alcohol was not injected into the fruit nor is such fruit intoxicating. If a chemical analysis establishes that such fruit has traces of alcohol, it will be of no significance. The fruit remains halaal.
The drinks are haraam. The pickles are halaal, The bread and flour products are halaal.

Foods which Rasulullah (Sallalahu alayhi wasallam) ate


I would like to know more about what our Prophet Mohammed PBUH sunnah foods were…from which vegetables, fruits, meats, drinks, etc


In the Name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful.

As-salāmu ‘alaykum wa-rahmatullāhi wa-barakātuh.

Below is a listing of some foods that Rasulullah (salallahu alayhi wa sallam) is reported to have eaten or recommended to others. [i]

A more comprehensive list along with further details is mentioned in the 1st volume of Shamail-e-Kubra (written in Urdu) by Mufti Muhammad Irshad Ahmad Qasimi from which the following list was compiled. An English translation of the above is titled: The Sublime Conduct of Nabi (salallahu alayhi wa sallam) – Volume 1.


Camel, chicken, rabbit, antelope, mountain goat, fish, partridge and hubara (this is a bird but there is difference of opinion regarding what type of bird it is. Some have defined it as quail, others as a type of goose, and yet others have described it as a brownish bird that flies very fast).

As for beef, there is no conclusive evidence states that Rasulullah (salallahu alayhi wa sallam) ate beef.

However, it is proven that he (salallahu alayhi wa sallam) did slaughter a cow and beef was placed on his’ (salallahu alayhi wa sallam) tablecloth as stated by Mawlana Ashraf Ali Thanvi (may Allah have mercy on him) in Bawadir un Nawadir, pg. 356.


Pumpkin, beetroot, taro (shahmah al-ard – this is a common vegetable in India and Pakistan known alternatively as arvi or arbi), cucumber with salt, and cooked onions.


Dates (either by themselves or in combination with another food or drink such as: water, milk, butter, bread, cucumber, muskmelon or watermelon).

Kabath (fruit of the arak tree). This is the miswak tree. Allamah Ayni (may Allah have mercy on him) states that this was in the initial days of Islam when poverty was rife. He (salallahu alayhi wa sallam) did not eat it after the Muslims become affluent.

Other fruits that have been reported as being eaten by Rasulullah (salallahu alayhi wa sallam) include: grapes, raisins, mulberry, quince and pomegranate.

Rasulullah (salallahu alayhi wa sallam) also recommended consuming olive oil and once he (salallahu alayhi wa sallam) was brought Jummar (palm-pith of a date tree).


Among the drinks that Rasulullah (salallahu alayhi wa sallam) is reported to have consumed are: Water, honey water (honey mixed in water), milk, milk and water (this mixing is allowed for personal consumption and water is mixed because in hot climates it serves to cool the milk).

Rasulullah (salallahu alayhi wa sallam) also drank nabidh (raisins or dry dates soaked in water until the water becomes sweet – but no so long that it ferments). When made in the morning it was consumed in the evening and when made in the evening it was consumed in the morning.


Sweetmeats (halwah), honey, Harisah (made from meat and pounded wheat – resembles haleem, the popular stew), Hays (a dessert made of dates, paneer (fresh cheese) and clarified butter – sometimes flour is used instead of cheese), Khazirah (meat cooked in water to which flour or bran is added), Khabis (a dessert made of dates, wheat and clarified butter), Sawiq (a mush/porridge made of barley or wheat), Dashishah (a dish made of meat or dates that are mixed with wheat and cooked) [ii], Tharid (a dish where pieces of bread are soaked in meat and cooked with gravy), Pumpkin with Tharid, cheese, vinegar, barley-flour bread, and wheat-flour bread.

Rasulullah (salallahu alayhi wa sallam) has also recommended Talbinah (a dish made of barley flour or with bran with honey optional), saying “Talbinah soothes the heart of the sick person, and it takes away some of the grief.” [iii]

And Allah Ta’āla Knows Best

Sohail ibn Arif,
Student Darul Iftaa
Chicago, USA

Checked and Approved by,
Mufti Ebrahim Desai.

شمائل كبرى ١/ ٥٩ – ٩٧ و ١٢٣ – ١٢٧

قال ابن قتيبة: الخزيرة لحم يقطع صغاراً ويصب عليه ماء كثير فإذا نضج ذر عليه الدقيق فإن لم يكن فيها لحم [ii]

فهي عصيدة. وقال الهيثم: إذا كان من دقيق فهي حريرة، وإذا كان من نخالة فهي خزيرة. وقال ابن السكيت: الخزيرة النَّفِيتة (139) من لبن أو ماء أو دقيق يتوسع به.

(139) في (ج) “النفيئة” فهي تحريف.

المعلم بفوائد مسلم، ١/ ٤٣٧

أنها كانت إذا مات الميتُ من أهلِها، فاجتمع لذلك النساءُ، ثم تفرقن إلا أهلَها وخاصتَها، أمرت ببُرمةٍ من [iii]

تلبينةٍ فطُبختْ، ثم صُنع ثريدٌ فصبَّت التلبينة عليها، ثم قالت : كُلن منها، فإني سمعتُ رسولِ اللهِ صلَّى اللهُ عليهِ وسلَّمَ يقول : التلبينةُ مُجمةٌ لفؤادِ المريضِ، تذهب ببعضِ الحزنِ

صحيح البخاري الرقم: ٥٤١٧