Talbina Sunnah Food for Old Young & Women
$15.00 – $25.00
Health Benefits of Talbina:
- Helps reduce depression: Feel relaxed and calm:
- A healthy diet Talbina for weight loss:
- Helpful for lowering cholesterol:
- Talbina is Good for Skin:
- Talbina for children is an ideal food for their growth:
- Supports bone health:
- Talbina for constipation:
How to make
1 cup of talbina soak at night in 2 cups of water in the morning add 2 cups of
Whole Milk You can mix Honey as per requirement
Dates soaked overnight with pits removed (optional)
Almonds, Walnuts, Pistachios (optional)
Fresh fruits, berries (optional)
Medicinal Benefits of Barley
Barley is the core ingredient of talbina and for all good reasons as well. Barley is a member of the grass family Poaceae and an excellent source of both soluble and insoluble fiber. The reason why it is so beneficial in contrast to other grains such as wheat is that it contains an abundance of beta-glucans. Beta-glucans are comprised of the β-D-glucose polysaccharide group which is highly effective in reinforcing the body’s immune system.
Talbina is a soothing broth made from ground barley that has many healing properties. It is mentioned by Ibn al-Qayyim in his great work on “The Prophetic Medicine” and there are many Ahadith on the merits of talbina for the sick and grieving person. Ibn al-Qayyim described talbina as a thin soup with the consistency of yogurt (laban), from where its name is derived.
He said that it was a broth made from barley flour together with the husks, and it is similar to barley water but the difference is that barley water is cooked with whole barley but talbina is cooked with ground barley. Therefore it is more beneficial because it can be digested easier and the nutrients are penetrated into the system more quickly.
He also said that “it has relaxation for the heart of the sick person“, it is nutritious and filling, and it warms and soothes the stomach, helping to lessen sorrows and to regain health. It can also be effective in maintaining bowel regularity.
a nutritious porridge produced using entire grain flour, milk, and honey that contains fundamental full-scale micronutrients for a solid breakfast. The arrangement of porridge utilizing grain flour, milk, and honey is called Talbina.
Talbina acquired its prominence because of its physical and mental medical advantages for all age gatherings of individuals.
The essential fixing grain flour in Talbina offers healthy, feeding medical advantages.
In this manner, Barley flour or ‘Jau’ Talbina is the nutritious and optimal nourishment for the older, youthful, and youngsters the same. It merits knowing its set of experiences, nourishing profile, utilization, and Talbina benefits.
Use of Talbina for Heart Sickness by Holy Prophet S.A.W
Hadhrat Aisha R.A said that whenever one of her relatives died, the women assembled and then dispersed back to their homes except for her relatives and close friends. She would order that a pot of talbina be cooked. Then Tharid (a dish prepared from meat and bread) would be prepared and the talbina would be poured over it. Then Aisha would say (to the women),” Eat from it, for I heard the Messenger S.A.W saying
The talbina soothes the heart of the patient and relieves him from some of his sadness.” Bukhari – 5058
Talbina for Relaxation of the Soul
Talbina is the perfect combination of healthy food and medicinal cures. Consuming it not only helps physiologically but also psychologically. In many instances, Holy Prophet S.A.W has mentioned the use of talbina as the source of internal healing, especially from grief and sorrow. It is made from ingredients that are highly beneficial for relaxing the brain and heart so it can recover from emotional trauma such as the death of a close one.
In one instance Hadrat Aisha said, “I heard the Holy Prophet saying,
The Talbina gives rest to the heart of the patient and makes it active and relieves some of his sorrow and grief.” Bukhaaree – 5325.
Talbina for Treatment of Diabetics
Eating talbina is highly beneficial for Type 2 diabetics. Compared to oats, which are recommended for diabetics since they help in reducing both glucose and insulin responses, talbina is even more effective than it.
In a test conducted by Diet and Human Performance Laboratory in Beltsville, it was revealed that barley contains 4 times the soluble fiber of common oats.
Barley is rich in magnesium, a mineral that serves as a co-factor for 300+ enzymes. These enzymes include those which are involved in the body’s use of glucose and insulin secretion, preventing type 2 diabetics from high uncontrolled glucose levels.how to cook talbina talbina porridge talbina dish talbina uses ubqari talbina
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