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Zam Zam Water 500Ml Bottle - Water - Zam Zam From Mecca (Makkah) Saudia Arabia
Zam Zam Water 500Ml Bottle - Water - Zam Zam From Mecca (Makkah) Saudia Arabia

Zam Zam From Mecca (Makkah) Saudia Arabia

Zam Zam Water 500ml Bottle

5.99

Individually packed and sealed Zam Zam water bottle. Each bottle contains 500 ml of pure Natural Zam Zam Water direct from Makkah Al-Mukarramah. 
Quenching the thirst of billions around the world for centuries, Zam Zam water is nothing short of a miracle. The story of Zam Zam’s origin traces back to Hagar, wife of Prophet Ibrahim and Mother of Ishmael, who ran in the desert heat in search of water for her baby. 
Placing her trust in God fully, she was blessed with a spring of water known as Zam Zam for her efforts. This symbol of divine love, mercy and power that continues to spring from Mecca, Saudi Arabia can be in your hands today.
Contents: One 500ml Bottle
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Facts about ZamZam Well :
ZamZam is 18X14 ft & 18 meter deep water well. It started 4000 yrs ago. Never dried since then. Never changed the taste, no Algae or plant growth in the pond, thus no disease caused. This small pond provides water to millions of people through heavy motors pulling 8000 liters per second and after 24 hours in only 11 mins completes its level. Thus ZamZam Water level never decreases. Millions of pilgrims visit the well each year while performing the Hajj. It was tested by European Laboratories & declared fit for drinking.

Etiquettes of Drinking Zamzam Water

Both Bukhari and Muslim confirm that the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) drank the water of Zamzam and said, “It is blessed (water); it is food for the hungry, and a healing for the sick.” It is reported that the angel Jibreel washed the heart of the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) with its water on the Night Journey.

A person drinking Zamzam water should intend and hope to be healed, and obtain its blessings and whatever is best for him in this life and in the Hereafter. It is desirable that one should drink Zamzam water in three breaths, face toward the Qiblah, drink as much as possible, and praise and thank and supplicate to Allah.

Elaborating more on the etiquettes of drinking Zamzam water, we will cite whatSheikh Sayyed Sabiq states in his well-known book, Fiqh As-Sunnah:

“A person drinking Zamzam water should intend and hope to be healed, and obtain its blessings and whatever is best for him in this life and in the Hereafter. The Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) said, “The water of Zamzam is (good) for whatever it is intended for.”

Suwayd Ibn Sa`eed reported: "When the water of Zamzam was brought to `Abdullah Ibn Al-Mubarak I saw that he drank a little, then turning his face towards the Ka`bah supplicated, 'O Allah! Ibn Abi Al-Mawali told us on the authority of Muhammad Ibn Al-Munkadir, who narrated from Jabir that the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings be upon him) said, “The water of Zamzam is good for whatever one intends (while drinking it).” I intend to drink this water to spare myself from being thirsty on the Day of Judgment.' Then he drank the rest of the water." (Reported by Al-Baihaqi, and Ahmad)

Ibn `Abbas reported that the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) said,"The water of Zamzam is good for whatever one intends (while drinking it). If you drink it seeking health, Allah will give you healing. If you drink it to satisfy your hunger, Allah will satisfy your hunger. If you drink it to quench your thirst, Allah will quench your thirst. Zamzam is a well dug by the angel Jibreel by which Allah quenched the thirst of Isma`il." This was reported by Ad-Daraqutni and Al-Hakim who added, "And if you drink it seeking refuge with Allah, Allah will grant you refuge."

It is desirable that one should drink Zamzam water in three breaths, face toward the Qiblah, drink as much as possible, and praise and thank and supplicate to Allah as Ibn `Abbas did. Abu Mulaykah reported: "A man came to Ibn `Abbas. He asked the man, 'Where are you coming from?' The man replied: 'I am coming from the well of Zamzam.' Ibn `Abbas asked him, 'Did you drink from it as you are supposed to?' "The man asked: 'O Ibn `Abbas, how am I supposed to drink it?' Ibn `Abbas replied: 'When you drink its water you should face the direction of the Qiblah, remember Allah, drink it in three breaths, drink as much as you can, and praise and thank Allah when you finish drinking.' The Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) said: “A major difference between us and the hypocrites is that they do not drink their fill of the water of Zamzam.”(Reported by Ibn Majah, Ad-Daraqutni and Al-Hakim)

Ibn `Abbas used to supplicate Allah, whenever he drank Zamzam water:"Allahumma inni as’aluka `ilman naïf`an wa rizqan wasi`an wa shifa’an min kuli da’in (O Allah! Grant me beneficial knowledge, bountiful provision, and a healing from every disease)."

 Allah Almighty knows best.


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