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List of books containing a mention of Marham-i-Isa (مرہم عیسی)

List of books containing a mention of Marham-i-Isa, and a statement that the ointment was prepared for Jesus, i.e., for the wounds on his body



Qanun, by Shaikh-ul-Rais Bu Ali Sina, Vol. III, page 133.

Sharah Qanun, by Allama Qutb-ud-Din Shirazi, Vol. III.

Kamil-us-Sanaat, by Ali Bin-al-Abbas Al-Majoosi, Vol. III, page 602.

Kitab Majmua-i-Baqai, Muhammad Ismail, Mukhatif az Khaqan by Khitab pidar Mohammad Baqa Khan, Vol. II, page 497.

Kitab Tazkara-i-Ul-ul-Albab, by Shaikh Daud-ul-Zareer-ul-Antaki, page 303.

Qarabadin-i-Rumi, compiled about the time of Jesus and translated in the reign of Mamun al-Rashid into Arabic, see Skin Diseases.

Umdat-ul-Muhtaj, by Ahmad Bin Hasan al-Rashidi al-Hakim. In this book, Marham-i-Isa, and other preparations have been noted from a hundred, perhaps more than a hundred books, all these books being in French.

Qarabadin, in Persian, by Hakim Muhammad Akbar Arzani -- Skin Diseases.

Shifa-ul-Asqam, Vol. II, page 230.

Mirat-ush-Shafa, by Hakim Natho Shah -- (manuscript) Skin Diseases.

Zakhira-i-Khawarazm Shahi, Skin Diseases.

Sharah Qanun Gilani, Vol. III.

Sharah Qanun Qarshi, Vol. III.

Qarabadin, by Ulwi Khan, Skin Diseases.

Ilaj-ul-Amraz, by Hakim Muhammad Sharif Khan Sahib, page 893.

Qarabadin, Unani, Skin Diseases.

Tuhfat ul-Momineen, on the margin of Makhzan-ul-Adwiya, page 713.

Muhit Fi-Tibb, page 367.

Aksir-i-Azam, Vol. IV, by Hakim Muhammad Azam Khan Sahib, Al Mukhatab ba Nazim-i-Jahan, page 331.

Qarabadin, by Masumi-ul-Masum bin Karam-ud-Din Al-Shustri Shirazi.

Ijala-i-Nafiah, Muhammad Sharif Dehlavi, page 410.

Tibb-i-Shibri, otherwise known as Lawami Shibriyya, Syed Hussain Shibr Kazimi, page 471.

Makhzan-i-Sulaimani, translation of Aksir Arabi, page 599, by Muhammad Shams-ud-Din Sahib of Bahawalpur.

Shifa-ul-Amraz, translated by Maulana Al-Hakim Muhammad Noor Karim, 282.

Kitab Al-Tibb Dara Shakohi, by Nur-ud-Din-Muhammad Abdul Hakim, Ain-ul-Mulk Al-Shirazi, page 360.

Minhaj-ud-Dukan ba Dastoor-ul-Aayan fi Aamal wa Tarkib al-Nafiah lil-Abdan, by Aflatoon-i-Zamana wa Rais-i-Awana Abdul-Mina Ibn Abi Nasr-ul-Atta Al Israili Al-Harooni (i.e., Jew), page 86.

Zubdat-ul-Tabb, by Syed-ul-Imam Abu Ibrahim Ismail bin Hasan-ul-Husaini Al-Jarjani, page 182.

Tibb-i-Akbar, by Muhammad Akbar Arzani, page 242.

Mizan-ul-Tibb, by Muhammad Akbar Arzani, page 152.

Sadidi, by Rais-ul-Mutakalimin Imamul Mohaqq-i-qin Al-Sadid-ul-Kazrooni, Vol. II, page 283.

Hadi Kabir, by Ibn-i-Zakariya, Skin Diseases.

Qarabadin, by Ibn-i-Talmiz, Skin Diseases.

Qarabadin, by Ibn-i-Abi Sadiq, Skin Diseases.


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  1. Salaam alaikum. . . . Is it possible to get a date or approximate time period when each of these books was first published? It would ba nice to see a "timeline" of awareness of the Ointment of Jesus (as). . . .

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