100% pure natural Ithmid Kohl.
Strengthens the nerves of the eye, and acts as a “cure all” for ocular diseases.
Nourishes the eyelashes making then grow nice and long.
Jabir (Ra) reports that the Prophet (SAW) has advised to apply the Ithmid to the eyes as it increases the light of the eyes and helps grow the eye-lashes.” (Shamaa’il)
Ibnul Qaiyum said, “Ithmid is the black Kohl stone… the Kohl tends to be cold and dry and it is beneficial to the eye in that it strengthens it and also strengthens the eye nerve. Ithmid dissolves excess flesh around ulcers and closes the wound while cleansing the area around them.”
[p.251 Eng trans. Medicine of the Prophet by Imam ibnul Qaiyum].
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Harmal is used for constipation treatment, Adar frequency treatment, sleep and rupture creature, diuretic, relief back pain, and sciatica, disinfectants and increase mother milk. Powder of harmal is prescribing for Pain relief. Also, it is a flavor. Dried capsules from this plant are strong and hung in homes or vehicles to protect against “the evil eye.
The medical uses of harmal are varied and extensive. It has been used for inflammation, hemorrhoids, and menstrual discomfort. The smoke from heated seeds of this plant has been used for their antibacterial and antiparasitic properties. Harmal can kill mold, intestinal parasites, and bacteria. Some patients have used it for pain, gastrointestinal troubles, and urinary problems as well.
Other conditions that harmal is claimed to treat include baldness, epilepsy, and urinary disorders. The plant has been used for lice, nervousness and sexual problems as well. It also is believed to aid patients who have mental illnesses such as depression. There also has been some evidence that medicines made from the plant can fight the growth of cancerous tumors.
Harmaline is the active ingredient in harmal. It acts as a stimulant on the central nervous system. The seeds can be homegrown or purchased in grocery stores that sell Middle Eastern products. They also are ground and incorporated into products such as ointments, infusions and oils.
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