Eaten Sihr (Magic)
Senna Al Makki 50g
Senna Al Makki Senna Leaf
Senna leaves useful in constipation, loss of apatite, indigestion, liver complaints, abdominal troubles, splenetic enlargements, dyspepsia, typhoid, jaundice, anaemia, malaria, skin diseases, leprosy, poisoning symptoms, foul breath, sweat with odour, lung disease, bronchitis, tumours.
Dr. Muhammad ‘Ali Al-Baar has written a paper on senna and its virtue according to the Sunnah, and he spoke a great deal about its medical benefits. Among other things he said:
Senna is regarded as a gentle stool softener and is not harmful. It works directly on the colon. It is an effective laxative and is a good medicine with no side effects, well balanced and dry. Its beneficial effects include working against depressing thoughts, cracks in the feet, tension in the muscles, the spread of hair, lice, scabies, pustules and itching. If it is cooked in olive oil and drunk, it expels putrid matter. It is also effective against pain in the back and hips. One of the features of senna is that it expels black bile and phlegm and strengthens the heart. It is also useful in the case of chronic headaches and epilepsy; it gets rid of haemorrhoids; it is useful in the case of constipation as a stool softener and laxative. There is hardly any stool softener or laxative in the pharmacy that does not contain senna. There is no doubt that senna is one of the best stool softeners available.
These are known illnesses and Prophet ( صلى الله عليه و سلم). said that senna has cure for everything except death and said that if death had cure would be senna.
Remember, all cures and healing are from Allah so make intention Ya Allah whatever is troubling me give them hidaya (guidance) and cure me completely of every illness
There is no need to recite for the patient or to bath with Koranic water; the treatment consists of drinking herbal tea for a number of days. We use Sana Makki (from Mecca) which is also called Sana Haram (from the Holy land). Scientific name is Ammoniac Gum. In different places it is called differently:
In Mauritania (Africa) it is called “Garagar” in Soninke language,
“Sorey” in Zarma language (Niger, Africa),
“Bali Bali” in Bambara (Senegal and other West African countries),
“Laydoor” in Woloff (Senegal, The Gambia, and Mauritania) ,and, finally,
Senna leaves in French or English speaking countries.
It is a medical plant causing diarrhea and used to cure patients who have eaten something harmful or for a slimming diet. Eaten sorcery is a few drops put in food or beverage and it has no taste. It stays in the stomach or intestine and remains there attached like glue, no matter how much time has passed. It may wear out after thirty year period. The Sana makki empties the stomach, and because it contains Koran it attacks sorcery and causes stomach pain. In some cases of eaten sorcery, instead of putting drops in the food, the sorcerer would dip a piece of meat or a fruit/vegetable in sorcery, and then arrange for the victim to eat it. We may also add some Sidr (jujube tree) to the herbal tea so it attacks the fruit/vegetable and eliminate its effect.
Generally, the Sana’s effect reduces day after day. When sorcery and/or jinn present in the body, the patient can feel various discomforts during treatment, because all that is being removed. The number of times the infusion has to be taken varies with the kind of sorcery that was consumed, and how many times the patient had eaten it. The criteria are: as long as there are stomach pains/cramps present during treatment, and other discomforts in the body, sorcery is still there. If there is no more sorcery, the only infusion’s effect will be diarrhea. If the infusion’s effect is unbearable, the person can stop but he must continue until it has no effect. Notice there is another kind of sorcery in the stomach (see below) that can cause stomach pain and will not go away with the Sana. When patient is a child or a light weighted person, you should decrease the quantity according to his weight. Many pregnant women have taken the infusion; it does not create any problem by Allah’s mercy. Concerning the breastfeeding women, it is advised to go ahead with the treatment as the baby will have sorcery removed too by drinking milk that contains herbal infusion (as it will pass to the breastmilk). It is possible for the baby to be bewitched in mother’s womb and breastfeeding will remove sorcery, instead having the baby to undergo the treatment. Some people with fragile stomach fear to take Sana makki. Sorcery in the stomach is perceived as a foreign body and the stomach attacks it through its natural defenses. However our body cannot remove it naturally and it keep irritating the stomach and intestine causing internal wounds, cramps, ulcers, bleeding and vomiting. When senna infusion removes the sorcery, in addition to the pain of removing sorcery, the pain is increased due to intestine wall being sensitive, the person may experience bleeding. But there is no other way: when there will be no sorcery left, everything will come back to normal because stomach and intestine will heal.