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Keywords: Hadith, Qur'an, Transcendent, Islamic Tradition, Traditional ... Muslim will not disgrace the prophets who came before Prophet Muhammad (SAW).
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BOOK REVIEW . MEDICINAL PLANTS IN THE TRADITIONS OF PROPHET MUHAMMAD. By. Dr. M.I.H. FAROOQI. Reviewed by Dr. Ibrahim B. Syed . Medicinal Plants in the Traditions of Prophet Muhammad is authored by Dr. M.I.H. Farooqi and Published by Sidrah Publishers, C-3/2 Shahid Apartments, Chakarvarti Road, Golaganj, Lucknow-226018, INDIA. Pp.208, 2004 (Third Revised Edition). Renowned compilers of authentic traditions of Islam agree on the following account of the first revelations received by the Prophet. Muhammad would seclude himself in the cave of Mount Hira and worship three days and nights. He would, whenever he wished, return to his family at Mecca and then go back again, taking wihim the necessities of life.