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Title: Ethno-Medicinal Study on Garlic for Women and Occupational Health Using Herbs that Mentioned in Al-Quran and Hadith
Authors: Nurulwahidah Fauzi
Khadher Ahmad
Monika Munirah Abd Razzak
Khalijah Awang
Mohd Asmadi Yakob
Rozana Othman
Mohd Farhan Md Sariffin
Muhd Widus Sempo
Keywords: Ethno-medcinal study, women, occupational health, herbs, Al-Quran Hadith, knowledge
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Medwell Journals
Abstract: Abstract: In many developing countries, a large propohon of the population relies on traditional practitioners and their annamentarium of medcinal plants in order to meet healthcare needs. This situation implies that the local culture is very fond of practicing a healthy lifestyle through the comumption of plants as a source of food and the use of herbs as food ingredients and medicinal treatment. In-depth analysis of the Quran and Hadth have founded a large number of herbs mentioned in both texts have existed and grown in Southeast Asia, including Malaysia. To determine the relatiomhp between the benefits and the procedures used in accordance with the religion of Islam and Malay culture in treating women and occupational health, the main aim of h s study is to document the knowledge of ethno botanical impedance of herbs in the light of Islam. This study will also investigate the herbs in the Holy Quran and Hadth that was mentioned in the Malay manuscript texts name Kitab Tibb written by Haji Ismail bin Haji Mustafa Pontianak. This study will also list the benefits cited by the Malay manuscripts on herbs in the Holy Quran and the Hadth and medicinal uses of them to women and occupational health cure using tradtional treatment according to the Malay culture perspectives.
URI: http://ddms.usim.edu.my:80/jspui/handle/123456789/17042
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