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My Brother in Islam,
Western (Internet) Quackery vs Ayurveda OR Islamic Medicine:
Its not a Ulamah question (after establishing legal status) but a medicinal question. Ulamah can't rule on the efficacy of a treatment because they are not the experts in this area.
If you have a problem with arterial blood flow you can have:
You would consult a Cardiac Consultant for the best effective because both treatments are Halal. You wouldn't post this in an Islamic Q/A or seek a "Fatwa" in this matter apart from checking the legal status (i.e. Halal or Haram).
I am discussing efficacy here (obviously).
I just noticed something about your Dentist friend and Mercury.
Are you ok with Mercury in your teeth (which is huge and massive) but not ok with Mercury in vaccines (which is tiny and negligble)?
In the vaccination thread you said this:
I have never vaccinated any of my kids and they are all fine mashallah.
In this thread you state this:
I'm not ok with it but what did I know about mercury in my teens? The fillings that I got were when i was young and didn't know about the harms of mercury. Inshallah I'm trying to replace them with non mercury filling. We can only try our best inshallah .
Don't know your age and assuming that you don't have cancer in the mouth and also assuming that you have Fear of Allah (SWT) and have no reservations in admitting the truth can medical science discount Mercury as a harmful ingredient based on your enormous contribution to science? Since your aversion to vaccination is based on personal experience, in case of fillings your personal experience seems to indicate that Mercury has happily lived inside your mouth for a long time?
OR do you want to take another avenue of argument against vaccinations and discount "personal experiences"?
I am not trying to insult you at all, my Brother. What I am trying to imply is that if personal experience of your kids is enough to prove that vaccinations are harmful then would you at least concede based on personal experience (same premise) that Mercury is not harmful? Its in your mouth and you have no Cancer!
Allah (SWT) demands you to be Just in the Qur'aan.
You can take an alternative course of action and say that yes I agree that my quoting of personal exprience of my children is not solid research or reason for condemning things.... like that and that is fine.
You can retract your public post to say that in hindsight quoting the health of my children against vaccination is not a wise choice because I can see that thousands can quote the experience of their children (and themselves) to be opposite.
So would you be Just and Upright as a believing Muslim or would you draw a smiley face and turn away?
This is not a vaccination issue but an issue of principles.
Let me say it again, you have the right to do and believe in whatever do you as long as you don't drag Islam, Shariah and false logic into it.
This cannot be undone and I am sure it will be greatly appreciated.