SunnahCure Organic Talbina Barley Flour
Experience the wholesome tradition of SunnahCure Organic Talbina, a nourishing barley flour that brings the ancient secrets of wellbeing to your table. Made from the finest organic barley, our Talbina is a testament to purity and health.
TOP 5 Benefits of SunnahCure Organic Talbina
1. High-Fiber for Digestive Health
SunnahCure Organic Talbina is rich in fiber, aiding digestion and promoting gut health with every serving.
2. Immune System Empowerment
Enhance your immune health with SunnahCure Barley Flour, packed with protein and essential vitamins.
3. Heart Health with Soluble Fiber
Support cardiovascular wellness with SunnahCure Organic Talbina, abundant in heart-healthy soluble fiber.
4. Sustainable Weight Management
Maintain a balanced weight with SunnahCure Barley Flour, a natural and nutritious choice.
5. Hormonal Balance and Support
Find hormonal harmony with SunnahCure Organic Talbina, enriched with natural phytoestrogens for wellbeing.
Each grain of SunnahCure Organic Talbina is carefully selected from the finest organic sources for superior quality and flavor.
A Tradition of Health
Embrace the tradition and health benefits with every bag of SunnahCure Barley Flour, a staple of nutrition.
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Scope of delivery
500gr SunnahCure Talbina (barley flour)
Benefits from Islamic sources
“Talbînah calms the heart of the sick and removes some of his grief.” (Narrated by al-Bukhâri, 5365; Muslim, 2216)
Ibn al-Qayyim said:
“If you want to know the healing powers of Talbinah, then think of the healing powers of barley water, for it is barley water for them. It is a soup made from whole grain barley flour. The difference between this soup and barley water is that the latter is made from the whole grains, whereas talbînah is made from flour, which is more beneficial as the active ingredients in the barley are released through the milling. We mentioned above that habits have an impact on whether medicines and foods are beneficial. It was the habit of the people to drink barley water made from the flour instead of the whole grains, which is more nutritious and potent…”
(Zâd al-Ma’âd, 4/120)
Al-Haafiz ibn Hajar (may Allaah have mercy on him) said when describing Talbinah: It is food prepared from flour or bran, to which honey may be added. It is so called because it resembles milk due to its white color and consistency. Its virtue is that it is soft and well-cooked, not hard and raw.”
(Fath al-Bâri, 9/550)
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