This Ruqyah is a simple but effective way to rid yourself of Jinns, black magic spells and curses. It involves reading Quranic verses dissolved in Zam Zam or normal water.
45 Ayats of the Holy Quran printed on a single double-sided A4 sheet.
There is a disagreement among scholars on whether it is permissible to write verses from the Quran or supplications of the Sunnah in water for the sick to drink. Some of the Salaf were reported to have done this.
Ruqyah is the act of reciting verses of the Qur’an or Islamic supplications over a person in order to remove black magic or evil eye spells. This is done for the sake of Allah, and to ask Him to cure a person of a disease or illness. It is also a way to show gratitude and appreciation to Allah.
During the process, the person who performs ruqyah should not touch the patient. Instead, he or she should read over the person without touching the afflicted area of the body. This is because a jinn may be deceiving a person and making them believe there is a jinn when there is not one present.
To make ruqyah water, simply put the soluble printed Quran sheet in a glass of Zam Zam or normal household water. Then, recite al-Faatihah and the last three suras over it. This water is then drunk by the afflicted person. It is highly effective in curing 45 kinds of magic spells (Sihr) according to the hadiths of Sahih Bukhari and Muslim.
The ingredients in this ruqyah paper are saffron and other materials. The saffron must be of high quality and the paper must dissolve without damaging it or leaving any marks on the surface. The saffron is ground finely to ensure that it dissolves evenly. This method is safe, effective and economical.
Ruqyah has different methods, but the basic treatment is reading or playing saffron-dyed printed Quranic verses into a bucket of Zam Zam (holy) water. You can choose from the 45 specific ayats below, or use the entire Quran dissolved in water for drinking, spraying around the house, bathing and cooking.
Another type of ruqyah is writing Islamic supplications and verses in stamps dipped in water containing saffron and giving it to the patient to drink, but this isn’t a valid ruqyah and must be avoided because it is an innovation in religion and deceives the people with false claims about recovery. It is also a violation of Ruqyah Ash Shar’eeyah that has been agreed upon by scholars.
Having stamped verses and Islamic supplications in water dipped in saffron and then selling it to the people for recovery using it isn’t permissible because the method of Ruqyah Ash Shar’eeyah is to write the verses on paper or any purified thing, wash this writing, and drink its washing water. It is not to dunk stamps in water with saffron and then read it on the people as some ignorant people do.
You can make Ruqyah water yourself and it is suitable for drinking, washing and spraying. Obtain a bucket of 20-25 liters of Zam Zam or normal water and follow the basic treatment instructions above. Open the ta’weez on a tray, so that the ink does not spill over the entire surface of the water bucket. After opening, bury the ta’weez ashes and residue in clean earth. This is done to protect the saffron from toxins and to prevent its infusion into other substances that are not saffron.dissolvable quran ruqyah paper