? Sea Costus (Quist al Bahri) – Powder ?
helps against various diseases and angers the jinn, suitable for pregnant women and children
The sea costus (Quist al Bahri) is the mild version of the Indian costus root and is therefore ideal for pregnant women and children.
The SunnahCure sea costus powder is suitable for a variety of diseases and can be used orally or through the nose as nose drops. The nose drops are particularly popular in Ruqya treatment, as they are used, among other things, to punish the Jinn or to treat sihr that has been eaten.
Benefits of SunnahCure Marine Costus Powder:
✔️ Can help with Mass (Jinn Possession), Sihr (Sorcery) and Waswasa (whisperings from Jinn)
✔️ Can help with cold
✔️ Can help with tonsillitis
✔️ Against sexual weakness
✔️ Can help with stomach diseases
✔️ Can help with asthma
✔️ Can help with bronchitis
✔️ Can help with migraines
✔️ Can help with pleurisy
✔️ Can help with constipation
✔️ Can help with loss of appetite
✔️ Can strengthen the immune system
✔️ Can have a calming effect
✔️ Mild, suitable for pregnant women and children
– Also, suitable for pregnant women and younger children.
Scope of delivery
20 grams of SunnahCure Marine Costus in powder form
The information presented herein by SunnahCure is intended for educational purposes only. These statements have not been evaluated by health professionals and are not intended to diagnose, cure, treat or prevent disease. Individual results may vary, and before using any supplements, it is always advisable to consult with your own health care provider.
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Benefits from Islamic sources
The Sunnah mentions the virtues of Indian Costus, as in a narration from al-Bukhary رحمه الله in his Sahih: “You should use Indian incense, for in it one finds cure for seven diseases. One can use it as nose drops when one has problems in the throat or taken for pleurisy in the side of the mouth.”
Al-Tirmidhi رحمه الله narrates a Marfu’ Hadith from Ibn Abbas: “The best thing that can be used for medical treatment is nose drops.”
Al-Bukhari رحمه الله named one of his chapters in his Sahih “Chapter on Using Nose Drops from Indian Costus.”
Abu Bakr ibn Arabi رحمه الله said: There are two types of costus: Indian costus (which is black) and sea costus (which is white). the jinn.”
Al-Hafiz ibn Hajar رحمه الله said to the words: “There is a cure in it for seven diseases.”
Ibn Hajar رحمه الله said: It may be that the seven refer to the various medical treatments of Costus as it is used as an ointment, as a drink, as a compress, as a hot compress, as an incense, as a nose drop or as a ludud (medicine, consumed at the corner of the mouth) is applied.”
Ibn Hajar رحمه الله wrote: “Mix the powder with olive oil so that they can reach the brain; and whatever disease is present should be dispelled by sneezing.”
(Fath al-Baari, Kitab al-Tibb)
Ibn Hajjar describes the dosage form lying on the back.
“Do not torment your children by squeezing their tonsils as a remedy for tonsillitis; you should use Costus instead.”
It is narrated in the Sahihain that the Prophet sallallaahu ‘alaihi wa sallam said: “Among the best of your remedies are the Hijamah and Quist Al-Bahri and do not torment your youngsters by squeezing (you uvula) to cure their tonsillitis.”