QUESTION AND ANSWER WITH SHAYKH, DR SHAROF GBADEBO ROOJI (HAFIDHOHULLAAH)
Questioner: Can urine be used for medicinal purposes?
Dr Sharof: Yes, if it is the urine of cows, camels, sheep, or goats. This is because the urine of each animal has the ruling of the animal. Any animal whose flesh is permissible, then its urine is pure. And we have seen that the Prophet (sollaLloohu ‘alayhi wa sallam) used the urine of camels as medication for some people suffering from malaria. For this reason, there is no harm in using the urine of cows to make medications for malaria, and so on. As for the urine of man, it is not permissible (to use it for medicinal purposes), because Allaah makes it impermissible for us to consume impure things. And anyone who does not agree that his urine is impure does not know impurity. The feces of man must not be used for medicinal purposes. That is it. If a biologist says it is permissible, that is his own cup of tea. Whatever Allaah makes impermissible to consume must not be used for medicinal purposes.
[SOURCE: The tape titled, ‘Idile Muslumi’; Time: 2:46:44 to 2:47:43]
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