?️ SunnahCure “Bint al Arab” Bakhoor (incense) ?️
Perfume your home; hated by the Shayatin
Bukhur or Bakhoo rare incense products that are available in the form of scented stones, incense or as natural mixtures, which usually consist of wood chips (mainly Oudh wood), which are then mixed with fragrant oils, natural ingredients or with others fragrances are soaked.
The SunnahCure “Bint al Arab” Bakhoor consists of sticks (see above) that have been soaked in a very pleasant scent.
The fragrance “Bint al Arab” has an intense sweet scent with a floral lively note.
Benefits of the SunnahCure Bakhoor “Bint al Arab”:
✔️ Can please the soul
✔️ Can be relaxing
✔️ The room smells pleasant
✔️ Best quality
✔️ Angels love the good smell
✔️ Shayatin hate beautiful scents
-For a better result, dry sand (a layer of 1-2 cm) should be placed under the charcoal tablet.
-Never touch burning charcoal with bare hands, and keep children and animals away to avoid burning themselves.
-Keep the charcoal packaging closed so that no humidity can penetrate and reduce the quality.
-Don’t throw away the charcoal until it’s completely burned out!
Scope of delivery
65 grams of “Bint al Arab” bukhur (frankincense)
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Benefits from Islamic sources
Ibn al Qayyim al Jauziyyah رحمه الله wrote: “Regarding perfume, one of its special qualities is that angels like it and devils flee from it and good souls love good souls and bad souls love bad souls…”
(Zad al Ma’ad (Precautions for the Hereafter) on page 413)
Fragrances (perfumes) were particularly valued by the Prophet SallAllahu alaihi wa Sallam and he never rejected a perfume, he said: “From this world, women and fragrances are dear to me.”
Ibn ‘Umar burned pure oudh mixed with camphor as an incense. He said: “In the same way the Messenger of Allah burned incense.”
Imam Bukhari رحمه الله narrated that in the lifetime of the Prophet sallallaahu alaihi wa sallam the mosque was perfumed with Oudh which was burned (as incense).
The Prophet SallAllahu alaihi wa Sallam recommended that the mosques should be perfumed with incense (bukhur), especially on the day of Jumuah (Friday).
Jaabir said: The Prophet sallallahu alaihi wa sallam said: When you perfume the deceased with incense (bakhour), then perfume him three times.
What is meant here is that the shroud should be perfumed with incense. Al Bayhaqi mentioned in his Sunan (3/568) that this hadith was also narrated with the following words: “Perfume the shroud of the deceased three times with incense”. (see Badaa’i al Sanaa’i 1/307)
It was narrated that Asma bint Abi Bakr radiAllahu anha said to her family: “Perfume my robes with incense when I die and use Hanoot.”
(Malik in al Muwatta, 528 and al Bayhaqi in al Sunan al Kubra 3/568)
In al Muntaqa it says: Hanoot is that which is applied to the body and shroud of the deceased in the form of perfume, musk (misk), amber, camphor and others, which is used because of its fragrance and not its color(. ..)
Shaykh Muhammad Salih al Munajjid said: “The question is that she recites Ruqyah (the Raqia) by reciting the Qur’an using blessed oil (olive oil) and Ajwah dates which are free from poison and sorcery by Allah’s permission protect, and the fragrance of rose water, which gives strength against sorcery (Sihr) and hate (destructive envy, ie Hassad); some of them also use Oudh and Bukhur (incense) to achieve the same purpose. All of these are things that are acceptable in Shariah in sha Allah.”
[Islamic Q&A fatwa 112216]