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An Invocation For Pain of the Spleen

Muhammad b. Abd Allah b. Mihran al-Kuff narrated from Ayyub from ‘Umar b. Shimr from Jabir from Abu Jafar, peace be upon him, who said: ‘A man from Khurasan came to Ali b. al-Husayn, peace be upon him, and said: “O son of the Messenger of Allah, I performed the Hajj and resolved to call on you upon my departure, For I have a Pain in the spleen. Pray For me to be relieved of it.” Ali b. al-Husayn replied: “Allah has protected you from that, praise be to Him. When you experience the Pain, write this verse with saffron (al-zafaran) mixed with the water of [the] Zamzam [spring in Mecca], and drink it. Allah, the Exalted, will drive away that Pain from you; Say: Call upon God, or call upon the Merciful; whichsoever you call upon, to Him belong the Names Most Beautiful and be thou not loud in thy prayer, nor hushed therein, but seek thou For a way between that and say: Praise belongs to God, who has not taken to Him a son, and who has not any associate in the Kingdom, nor any protector out of humbleness and magnify Him with repeated magnificent (17:110-11). Write the following on the parchment of a gazelie (ghazal) and attach it to your left arm (al-adud) For seven days and the Pain will abate:....”

Ahmad b. Yazid narrated from al-Sabbaf al-Kufi from Musa b. Jafar, peace be upon him, from al-Sadiq, peace be upon him, from al-Baqir, peace be upon him, that he said: ‘One of his followers complained to al-Baqir of Pain in the spleen. He had treated it with every remedy but its evil increased every day until he was on the threshold of death. Al-Baqir said to him: “Buy a piece of leek (al-kurrath) and fry it well in Arab clarified butter (samn ‘arabi). Give it For three days to the one who has this Pain. If that is done, he will be cured. Allah, the Exalted, willing.”’

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