Skip to comments.[WHO suggests Muslims to refrain from drinking camel urine] Middle East coronavirus
Posted on 06/29/2014 12:09:20 PM PDT by Freelance Warrior
THe World Health Organisation suggests on a recent outbreak of Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) in Saudi Arabia (among other things):
Food hygiene practices should be observed. People should avoid drinking raw camel milk or camel urine, or eating meat that has not been properly cooked.
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The hadeeth referred to by the questioner is a saheeh hadeeth, in which it says that some people came to Madeenah and fell sick. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) told them to drink the milk and urine of camels, and they recovered and grew fat.
or those little fruit that drop from a camels backside
OK, camel milk, I get that. Camel URINE? Who would drink that?
Saudi Arabs, as we've learned from the WHO official publication.
This looks like a promising vector for a bioweapon, coming as it does with an automatic self-selection process.
It's a real eye opener.
"Ugh! What WAS that?!!!"
If you need someone to tell you not to drink piss (your’s or anybody/anthing elses) you’ve got some issues!
WELL - IF MUHAMMED SAID SO -—who the hell does WHO think it is? That’s tradition...and if it is killing them - do what — what does WHO have to say about suicide bombings and beheadings??? Is that dangerous as well...???
I wouldn’t stop them, I’d encourage them to eat and drink more.
In a Masters thesis by an engineer in applied chemistry, Muhammad Awhaaj Muhammad, that was submitted to the faculty of applied chemistry in the al-Jazeerah university in Sudan, and approved by the Dean of science and postgraduate studies in the university in November 1998 CE, entitled A Study of the Chemical Composition and Some Medical Uses of the Urine of Arabian Camels, Muhammad Awhaaj says:
Laboratory tests indicate that camels urine contains high levels of potassium, albuminous proteins, and small amounts of uric acid, sodium and creatine.
In this study, he explained that what prompted him to study the medicinal properties of camels urine was what he had seen of some tribesmen drinking this urine whenever they suffered digestion problems. He sought the help of some doctors in studying camels urine. They brought a number of patients and prescribed this urine for them, for a period of two months. Their bodies recovered from what they had been suffering from, which proves the efficacy of camels urine in treating some diseases of the digestive system.
It also proves that this urine is useful in preventing hair loss. He says: Camels urine acts as a slow-acting diuretic, but it does not deplete potassium and other salts as other diuretics do, because camels urine contains a high level of potassium and proteins. It has also been proven to be effective against some types of bacteria and viruses. It brought about an improvement in the condition of twenty-five patients who used camels urine for dropsy, without disrupting their potassium levels. Two of them were cured of liver pain, and their liver function was restored to normal levels, as well as the tissue of the liver being improved. One of the medicines used to treat blood clots is a compound called Fibrinoltics which works by changing a substance in the body from its inactive form, Plasminogen, to its active form, Plasmin, in order to dissolve the substance that causes clotting, Fibrin. One of the components of this compound is called Urokinase, which is produced by the kidneys or from the urine, as indicated by the name uro.
The dean of the Faculty of Medical Science in the Sudanese al-Jazeerah university, Professor Ahmad Abd-Allaah Ahmadaani, has discovered a practical way of using camels urine to treat dropsy and swelling in the liver. Its success has been proven in treating those who are affected by these diseases. He said in a seminar organized by the al-Jazeerah University:
The experiment began by giving each patient a daily dose of camels urine mixed with camels milk to make it palatable. Fifteen days after the beginning of the experiment, the patients stomachs grew smaller and went back to their normal size. He said that he examined the patients livers with ultrasound before the study began, and he found out that the livers of fifteen out of the twenty-five were in a cirrhotic state, and some of them had developed cirrhosis of the liver as the result of bilharzia. All of the patients responded to treatment with camels urine, and some of them continued, by their own choice, to drink a dose of camels urine every day for a further two months. At the end of that time, they were all found to have been cured of cirrhosis of the liver. He said: Camels urine contains a large amount of potassium, as well as albumen and magnesium, because the camel only drinks four times during the summer and once during the winter, which makes it retain water in its body so as to preserve the sodium, and the sodium causes it not to urinate a great deal, because it keeps the water in its body.
He explained that dropsy results from a deficiency of albumen or potassium, and the urine of camels in rich in both of these. He suggested that the best type of camels for using the urine as a remedy are young camels.
Dr. Ahlaam al-Awadi, a specialist in microbiology in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, supervised some scientific papers that dealt with her discoveries in the usage of camels urine for medical treatment, such as the papers by Awaatif al-Jadeedi and Manaal al-Qattaan. During her supervision of the paper by Manaal al-Qattaan, she succeeded in confirming the effectiveness of using a preparation made from camels urine which was the first antibiotic produced in this manner anywhere in the world. Concerning the features of this new product, Dr. Ahlaam said:
It is not costly, and it is easy to manufacture. It can be used to treat skin diseases such as eczema, allergies, sores, burns, acne, nail infections, cancer, hepatitis and dropsy with no harmful side effects. And she said:
Camels urine contains a number of healing factors such as antibiotics (bacteria that are present in it, salts and urea). The camel possesses an immune system that is highly equipped to combat funguses, bacteria and viruses, because it contains antibodies. It may also be used to treat blood clots and fibrinolytics may be derived from it, and it may be used to treat dropsy (which is caused by a deficiency in albumen and potassium, as camels urine is rich in both). Camels urine may also provide a remedy for abdominal complaints, especially those of the stomach and intestines, as well as asthma and shortness of breath. It caused a noticeable reduction in patients sugar levels. It is a remedy for low libido, and it aids in bone growth in children and in strengthening the heart muscles. It may be used as a cleansing agent for cleaning wounds and sores, especially the urine of young she-camels. It also helps the hair to grow and become strong and thick, and it helps to prevent hair loss and baldness, and can be used to treat dandruff. Camels urine may also be used to combat disease by using bacteria extracted from it. It was used to treat a girl who was suffering from an infection behind the ear, that was accompanied by pus weeping from it and painful cracks and sores. It was also used to treat a girl who was unable to extend the fingers of her hands because of the presence of so many cracks and sores, and whose face was almost black with pimples. Dr. Ahlaam said:
Camels urine may also be used to treat the digestive system and to treat some cases of cancer. She stated that the research that she had undertaken on camels urine proved that it was effective in destroying micro-organisms such as fungus, yeast and bacteria. Dr. Rahmah al-Ulyaani, who is also from Saudi Arabia, carried out tests on rabbits infected with bacteria in the colon. She treated each group of rabbits with a different kind of medicine, including camels urine. There was a noticeable regression in the rabbits that were treated with other medicines, except for camels urine, which brought about a clear improvement.
Majallat al-Jundi al-Muslim, issue no. 118, 20 Dhul-Qadah 1425 AH; 1 January 2005 CE.
We could have a solution to our Detroit water problem. How many camels are there in Dearborn?
Fruit? Mild soft cheese?
Gives "The Prophet, pi$$ be upon him" a whole new meaning.
We should immediately ship in a couple dozen containers of pig’s urine disguised as camel urine.
Damn! Why give mohammedans a warning?
Professor Ahmad Abd-Allaah Ahmadaani suggests camel milk (post #11). But there's still nothing on whether the urine is addictive (some medicines are, you know).
And how do they get it?
Listen to me camel: time to pee in the cup.
No wonder muzzles are always so cranky.
This is a practice that should be encouraged among faithful Muslims the world over.