Integrated Studies on Health Benefits of Vinegar in the Sunnah and Malay Medical Manuscripts

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Muhammad Widus Sempo
Mohd Azmi Mohd Razif

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Studies on vinegar from the single perspective of knowledge has been done by many people, but then, the integrated studies on it by involving prophetic traditions (sunnah) and Malay manuscripts have not been taken seriously and not being focused widely by scholars. That is why researchers are encouraged more to study the health benefits of vinegar through the prophetic traditions and Malay medical manuscripts. In doing so, the researchers will identify the related hadith to vinegar in many books of hadith and the Malay medical remedies inside Malay manuscripts that are mixed with local herbs with vinegar to treat diseases. Furthermore, the researchers will focus on the scientific facts related to the chemical compounds of vinegar. The result of this qualitative study is to assert the importance of taking vinegar continually as one of the best solutions to prevent any disease. Additionally, to prove the richness of our local pharmaceutical to treat illnesses and to convince our self that the local remedies inside the Malay manuscripts can treat many ailments and it is sufficient without fully relying on the modern medicine.

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Sempo, M. W., & Mohd Razif, M. A. (2019). Integrated Studies on Health Benefits of Vinegar in the Sunnah and Malay Medical Manuscripts. Ulum Islamiyyah, 26, 37-46. https://doi.org/10.33102/ulum.2019.26.05
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