Senin 01 Apr 2024 22:41 WIB

Modern Science Proves How to Drink by Prophet Muhammad is Effective for Preventing Illness

The Messenger of Allah (SAW) teaches his people etiquette while drinking

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Anak mengonsumsi minuman manis (ilustrasi). Konsumsi gula harian masyarakat, baik yang didapat dari makanan atau minuman, dinilai sudah tergolong berlebihan.
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Anak mengonsumsi minuman manis (ilustrasi). Konsumsi gula harian masyarakat, baik yang didapat dari makanan atau minuman, dinilai sudah tergolong berlebihan.

REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, JAKARTA— The Sunnah fi'liyah (deeds) of the Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) is not separated from the guidance of Allah SWT. The Sunnah covers the daily habits of the Prophet (PBUH) from waking up to going back to sleep at night.

Among the Sunnah are the commandments of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) to drink. What is the way the Prophet (peace be upon him) drinking? In the hadith it is said as follows:

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Anas ibn Malik Razayullah is the Messenger of Allah (may Allah's peace and blessings be upon him).

It is narrated from Anas ibn Malik RA, that the Messenger of Allah (may Allah's peace and blessings be upon him) used to sip a drink with as many as three sips. (H.R. Bukhari and Muslims)

As for the explanation of the hadith, every time the Prophet saw me, he would take it with three sips. The Prophet drank water, then separated the glass from his mouth, then drank it again a second time, then separated the glass from his mouth, and then he drank again a third time.

The Prophet Muhammad did not breathe in the glass. He breathed in each pause three sips. That is, after the first sip, he separates the glass from his mouth, and then breathes.

Then he sipped again a second time, then separated the glass from his mouth, breathed, and then gulped it again a third time.

Dr. Nadiah Thayyarah in “Science in the Qur'an: Understanding the Scientific Miracles of God's Word” explains that Muslim Imam and Sunan writers narrated through Abu Ashim's path, that the Prophet said, “This way is more satisfying, thirst-quenching and healthier.”

Some scholars say that the prohibition of breathing while drinking is the same as the prohibition to blow a drink. Because, it is feared that there is saliva entering the water so that those who drink it feel disgusted.

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