Cure for every illness
Muslim narrated in his Sahih that the Prophet صل الله عليه وسلم said: Every illness has a cure, and when the proper cure is applied to the disease, it ends it, Allah willing.”
It is narrated in the Sahihan that the Messenger of Allah said صل الله عليه وسلم Allah has not sent down a disease except that He has In addition sent down its cure.”
It is related in the Al Mosn’ad (by Imam Ahmad) that the Prophet صل الله عليه وسلم said Allah has not sent down a disease except thathe In addition sent down its cure; whoever knows it (thecure), knows it, and whoever is unaware of it he is unaware of it.” (the medicine) while those who are ignorant of it are unaware of it.” [An-Nasa’y, Ibn Majah,
AI-Hakim and Ibn Hibban].
The Prophet’s صل الله عليه وسلم statement that there is a cure for every disease might include both the curable and the humanly incurable diseases, for Allah may have hidden these types of cures from mankind and blocked their path to acquiring them. Allah knows best.
it is narrated in the Musnad (by Imam Ahmad) and the Sunon (of At-Termezey and Ibn Majah)
that Abu Khuzamah said: I said, ‘O Messenger of Allah about the Ruqya divine remedies – Islamic supplication formula) that we use, the medicine we take and the prevention we seek, does all this change Allah’s appointed destiny?’ He said, ‘They are a part of Allah’s appointed destiny.” These Ahadeeth indicate there are causes for whatever occurs in this world and removal of these causes.
Imam Ahmad narrated that Usamah bin
Shuraik said: I was with the Prophet صل الله عليه وسلم when the Bedouins came to him and said, ‘O Messenger of Allah, should we seek medicine?’ He said, ‘Yes, O slaves of Allah, seek medicine, for Allah has not created a disease except that he has In addition created its cure, except for one illness They said. ‘And what is that?’ He said, ‘Old age.”
The Prophet صل الله عليه وسلم gave the Bedouins an answer that comforted their heart, saying that these Ruqya (Islamic prayer formulas), medicines and preventative measures, are all part of Allah’s Appointed Destiny. Therefore, nothing escapes Allah’s Destiny, except by Allah’s Destiny, Taking medicine is a part of Allah’s Destiny and it repels a part of Allah’s Destiny. In short, there is no way that the creation can escape Allah’s Destiny no matter what they do. This is the exact same case with ending the hunger, thirst, warm or cold conditions with what satisfies
or pacifies them. In addition, it is similar to repelling the enemy, which is a part of Allah’s Destiny, with fight, which is In addition Allah’s Commandment and appointed Destiny. Thus, the cause, its removal and those who remove it are all a part of Allah’s appointed destiny.