Is there any remedy for the soul and the kind of sickness that even doctors cannot help?

For those who are distressed, who feel hopeless, are sick and need help and who think their soul and mind are sick…

Many people when they are in a situation of trial, do not understand why they need to be tried. They often turn their back to life with some negative thoughts. Life is a test in itself. Everyone of us is aware of it. We need to take up the challenges of this life with the right weapon. It is time to study this life according with full consciousness.

This temporal life is an illusion. We will not stay on earth eternally. Today, the average lifetime on earth is around 60-70 years old. So, let us make the best out of it and let us find a solution to all our problems. Don’t let them creep!!!

Have you ever heard of the word Ruqya? Yes, I am sure many among you know about this word. Normally, Ruqyah is the treatment relayed to us by  Prophet Muhammad (saw) for afflictions such as Sihr (Magic) Masaha (Possession) and Ayn (Evil Eye).

Ruqyah, is that Ruqyah is when a person recites part of the Qur’an such as Al-Fatihah or makes supplication using words transmitted from the authentic Hadith of the Prophet (saw) Ref. Fath-ul-Majid]

People with a materialistic mind may not accept that the Words of Allah are a healing for the heart, mind, soul and body. While those who believe the Quran can cure, they partly believe in its Power.

This is not fiction! There is Power in the Speech of Allah. When you  read the Quran with full consciousness, it penetrates your heart, your vein, your soul, your pores….hence, your complete body and it acts as a cure to counteract the maladies that your body suffer from.

Yes, it is simple as this. The more you read the Quran with certainty of faith [conviction and determination], the more the Quran will react unto you.

It was narrated that A’ishah (may Allah be pleased with her) said:

“When the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings be upon him) was ill, he would recite al-Mu`awidhatayn (surahs of Al-Falaq and An-Nas) over himself and spit dryly. When his pain grew intense, I recited over him and wiped him with his own hand, seeking its blessing. “ (Al-Bukhari).

With regard to the du`aa’ that is prescribed for the Muslim to say if he wants to recite Ruqyah for himself or for someone else, there are many such du`aa’s, most common are Al-Fatihah and Al-Mu`awidhatayn.

A group of the Companions of the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) set out on a journey and traveled until they came near one of the Arab tribes. They asked them for hospitality but they were refused. Then the leader of that tribe was stung, and his people tried everything to cure him but nothing helped. Then some of them said, “Why don’t you go to those people who are staying (nearby)? Maybe one of them has something.” So they went to them and said, “O people, our leader has been stung and we have tried everything and nothing helped him. Do you have anything?” One of them said, “Yes, by Allah. I will perform Ruqyah for him, but by Allah we asked you for hospitality and you did not give us anything, so we will not perform Ruqyah for you unless you give us something in return.” So they agreed on a flock of sheep, then he started to blow on him and recite Al-hamdu Lillahi Rabb il-`Alameen. Then he recovered quickly from his complaint and started walking, and he was completely cured. After that they took the flock of sheep, and some of the companions of the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) said, “Let us share it out.”

The one who had performed Ruqyah said, “Do not do anything until we come to the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) and tell him what happened, and we will wait and see what he tells us to do.” So they came to the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings be upon him) and told him what had happened. He said, “How did you know that it is a Ruqyah?”

Then he said, “You did the right thing. Share them out, and give me a share.” And the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings be upon him) smiled. (Al-Bukhari and Muslim).

The du`aa’s that have been narrated in the Sunnah include the following: It was narrated that Ibn `Abbas (may Allah be pleased with him) said: “The Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) used to seek refuge for al-Hasan and al-Husayn, and he would say, ‘Your father [ meaning Ibrahim peace be upon him] used to seek refuge with Allah for Isma`il and Ishaq with these words: A`udhu bi kalimat Allah al-tammah min kulli shaytanin wa hammah wa min kulli `aynin lammah (I seek refuge in the perfect words of Allah, from every devil and every poisonous reptile, and from every evil eye).’” (Al-Bukhari).


Dua [supplication] is a powerful tool to achieve one’s means. Supplication is  loved and appreciated by Allah.

Indeed Allah has guaranteed the response of the du’a of the one in distress, as He Himself informed us of this (guarantee). And the reason for this is that the one in distress will turn to him with a pure sincerity, cutting his hope off from all other sources. And sincerity to Him is in the cause of (gaining) His Protection, regardless of whether it emanates from a kafir or Muslim, evil or pious!

[—Al-Qurtubī [d. 671H/1272CE] [al-Jami’ li Ahkam al-Qur’an, 13/223]

This is some advice you should try to understand and follow to help you insha’Allah –

It is from the wisdom of Allah (swt) that he has created man and placed him in distress and fatiguing situations, and made the life of this world a place of hardship so he may be purified of his sins and raised in his status and rank in the hereafter.

The first thing to realise and understand is that life is full of tests or trials for all. Some people will experience harder tests than others in their life but each test is an opportunity to turn a distressing situation into a blessing (as hard as this may sound to you right now). However, the test could instead be the downfall of a person because they have not sought help from the right sources. It is very easy and tempting to seek help from people that will offer a quick fix to your problems but you must stay firm on the correct path so we do not destroy our lives and the hereafter. Wouldn’t you rather be on a pathway to permanent recovery of your symptoms and ultimate success in the hereafter by pleasing our lord the Most High?

You will probably hear from people and may be from relatives that they know of someone that can cure you ‘straight away’. Please stay clear of anyone offering you a quick fix. There simply is NO SUCH THING. I’m sorry, but this is the truth and you have a right over me that I tell you the truth. People offering you quick fixes will make you WORSE in the long term and quite often will cause your problems to get worse immediately or in the near future. In short, stay WELL CLEAR from people that ask you for personal information such as your date of birth, your mother’s name or anything personal, EVEN IF this person has a long record of curing people. Any legitimate person will never ask you for any information, they don’t even need to know your name!

The most important thing to understand is that Allah SWT is the one that cures. If you take anything away from my reply, this is what you should take. All power is with Allah and no harm touches a person except by Allah’s permission. Magic, shaytaan, jinn, People, countries, the world cannot even harm a fly if Allah has not given permission for it. Allah SWT says (about magic/jadoo):

“… from them they learned what may divide a man and his wife, yet they did not hurt any man thereby, except by the leave of Allah” [Quran, Surah Al Baqarah, 2:102]



A trustworthy person sent me the advice below:

Allah [ allows for the effect of magic to take place and Allah is the one that cures or removes it. If Allah wills, the cure for your problem can come in a second, in an hour, in a day, in a week, in a year or in a decade. All power is with Him, therefore all your duas and efforts should seek Him directly. The moment you understand this with sincerity is the moment you are on the path to recovery. Believe me, this along with TAKING ACTION is the ultimate key to success in your situation.

There are many things you can do immediately; starting right now, that will have an effect on the problems you are facing insha’Allah. The effect of magic is by use of Jinn. The Jinn (the shayateen or evil among them) are not very strong, they only take a grip when you show weakness in faith or religious duties. Once you take control of your faith and follow it properly they can never affect you.

Try to follow these steps –

1) Make sure you pray your salah on time. Salah is the most important protection. 2) Recite Ayat-ul-Kursi [2: 255] and Read Surah Ikhlas / Falaq / Nas after every Salah. 3) Avoid listening to music. 4) Stay in constant wudu. 5) Sit down in a quiet area with the intention to make ruqya on yourself. Ensure there are no children running around or the tv is not on in the background. You shouldn’t be disturbed. Have a glass of water and a 2 or 5 liter bottle of water handy. Make niyyah (intention) for Ruqah. 6) Seek refuge in Allah from the shaytaan three times – Aouthubillahi min-ash-shaytaan arrajeem. 7) Mention the name of Allah three times – bismillahir-rahman nir-raheem. Read Sura Fatiha, Ayatul Kursi three times and the last two ayaat of Surah al Baqarah three times each. 9) Read Surah Ikhlas / Falaq / Nas three times each. 10) Recite the ayaat’s of sihr three times each – [2:102] / [7:115 – 121] / [10:79 – 82] / [20: 65 – 70]. 11) Spittle into the glass of water and also spittle into the bottle of water. 12) Drink the water in the glass. Ensure you say bismillah 13) Drink the water in the bottle in the morning / evening / night. 14) Make ghusl with the remaining water in that bottle ie. Pour that water over your head and ensure it touches all of your body. 15) Each day you should be reciting into a fresh bottle and drinking it three times a day and making ghusl with it at night – any water is fine including tap water insha’Allah. 16) If you have movements in your stomach or bloatedness then purchase senna leaves or tea bags from Holland and Barrett and make tea with them and drink every day for two weeks. 

17) For painful body parts, please recite Surah Al Fatiha, ayat ul Kursi and Surah Ikhlas / Falaq / Nas and then blow into a bottle of pure olive oil then rub this into the painful body part 18) Drink a tablespoon of honey and a tablespoon of black seed oil every day. 19) You can also put some of the water you’ve recited on into a spray bottle and spray the corners of every room in your house. 20) Make duaa. 21) Get cupping (hijama) done. Hijama is very effective in treating sihr, make sure you get it done. After you have got it done you might also get waswasa saying it didn’t cause any benefit, as you will not feel much difference. However keep getting hijama done on a regular basis. 22) Make wudhu before going to bed and read Ayat-ul-kursi. 23) Eat 7 dates on an empty stomach, preferably ajwa dates or dates from Madina. 24) Also whenever you read Quran read with the intention of Ruqya and with the intention of removing this sihr. Also have this intention when praying and doing wudu. 25) Put your hand on your head and read – Surah Al Fatiha / Ikhlas / Falaq / Nas, And recite “bismillah Arqeek, wallahu yashfeek, Min Kulli daa’in yutheek, wa Min Kulli nafsin aw’ainin Haasidin Allahu yashfeek”. Do this every morning and evening.

Beware you may get negative thoughts against this self treatment or you may feel like you it is a ‘waste of time’ and ‘probably won’t work’. This is shaytaan trying to stop you from taking action as these actions will weaken it. You need to fight through these thoughts.

Insha’Allah if you follow the course above, Allah will cure you. Have high hopes and be optimistic of a cure. If you do these things, with the intention that All power is with Allah and you are seeking to please Him, you will see a difference insha’Allah.

May Almighty Allah, the Creator and Sustainer of the universe guide you and protect you from harm, Ameen.

A menstruating woman can: 1) Listen to the Quran. 2) Buy a supplication book and make constant dhikr. 3) Send blessings on our beloved Prophet (Allah bless him and give him peace). 4) Spend time with her family and loved ones for the sake of Allah. 5) Attend religious lectures and classes. 6) Read about the righteous and pray to be of them. 7) Supplicate for whatever she wishes. 8 ) Beg for forgiveness and the pardon of her sins. 9) Get involved in her local community and help others. 10) Reflect about her life and thank Allah for all her blessings.

Though these acts may seem simplistic, no one knows how Allah will weigh one’s works on the Day of Judgment. Surely, a deed that is done with an open heart and presence of mind for who one is worshipping is most deserving of reward.

In terms of touching the Quran – the Prophet (Allah bless him and give him peace) said, “Only a pure person may touch the Quran.” [Abu Dawud; al-Bayhaqi] In another narration he said, “Do not touch the Quran unless you are a pure person.” [al-Tabarani] The phrase ‘pure person’ means someone who is ritually pure. [al-Munawi; Fayd al-Qadir]

Therefore, in terms of touching the Quran, the same ruling applies for a man and a woman in a state of minor or major ritual impurity. Namely, neither of them can touch the Quran without first removing this state. However, lifting the state of ritual impurity may be done quicker for some than for others. For example, a woman who merely needs to perform ablution will relieve this state quicker than a menstruating woman.”

I hope by publishing these advices, they will be beneficial for you and the one who has written the above note, will be rewarded for his effort. ameen

Sister Ammaara



  1. Amina said,

    January 31, 2016 at 7:25 am

    Very instructive sister.


    • ammaara said,

      February 1, 2016 at 9:27 am

      Thank you Hanna. Please feel free to share this blog with your friends


  2. Amina said,

    January 31, 2016 at 2:16 pm

    very instructive. May Allah reward you for your efforts.


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