Islamic Medicine: An Introduction

Islamic Medicine: An Introduction
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Organizing Institution: Muslim Litfest Birmingham
Contact email: [email protected]
Start Date: February 17, 2024 (11:00am)
End Date: February 17, 2024 (12:00pm)
Cost: Free
Moseley Community Hub – Balsall Heath – United Kingdom

n the centre of naturopathic and herbal medicine is a healthcare tradition that often gets overlooked: Tibb.

While Western Europe was in the Dark Ages, Greek Medicine and other branches of classical learning found a safe haven in Islamic lands. Using Prophetic medicine as a foundation, Muslim scholars and physicians continued to make important discoveries and contributions of their own.

In this lecture, renowned herbalist and naturopath Hakim Salim Khan introduces the key principles of Tibb and how traditional medicine can be used to heal an array of ailments prevalent in the 21st century.


M. Salim Khan M.D. (M.A.) M.H. D.O. is an international authority on natural medicine, in particular on the universal healing tradition of Tibb . He has been practising herbal medicine, naturopathy, nutrition, and iridology since 1978 and is principal of the College of Medicine and Healing Arts.
He has helped thousands of his patients and students over his dedicated career.


Moseley Community Hub, B12 9AH

Moseley Community Hub
496 Moseley Rd
Balsall Heath , Birmingham B12 9AH United Kingdom
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