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INTAKE OF AROMATIC (FRAGRANT) INGREDIENTS IN FOODSTUFF AND BEVERAGES IN THE STATE OF IHRAAM

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(updated December 2013 - Safar 1435)

CONTRAVENTION
(JINAAYAAT)
PENALTY
(JAZAA)
A.

If aromatic substances mentioned in (1A) of the notes are added to uncooked foodstuffs such as salt, chutney, pickles, etc., so that these substances are predominant, and then a substantial quantity of this food is eaten.
B.

If such food is eaten little by little, several times.
Damm
C.

If such food is eaten only in a small quantity.
D.

If a fragrant commodity, (e.g. saffron), is eaten on its own in a large quantity so that it becomes attached to most parts of the mouth.
Damm
E.

If the fragrant substance mentioned in (d) does not become attached to most parts of the mouth.
Complete Sadaqah
F.

A beverage, into which a large quantity of an aromatic ingredient is added, is drunk in a handsome quantity.
Damm
G.

If the above beverage is drunk in a small quantity.
Complete Sadaqah
H.

If the aromatic ingredient in (f) is not in a large quantity and is then drunk in a handsome quantity.
Complete Sadaqah
I.

If the beverage in (g) and (h) is taken several times, in small quantities, in one place.
Damm
J.
If the beverage in (g) and (h) is taken in small quantities in several places.

One Complete Sadaqah for each place

Note

 

  1. Food cooked with aromatic ingredients  can be eaten without objection.

 

  1. There is no objection to eating fragrant fruits, but to smell them is Makrooh.

 

  1. Food cooked with fragrance is permissible even though the fragrance may predominate.

 

  1. Eating of elachi or fragrant tobacco in betel leaves is subject to the same laws as outlined above in item (a), (b), and (c).

 

  1. If a little fragrance is mixed with the food, which is not cooked, then even if it is consumed in a large quantity, there will be no Jazaa, but if the fragrance continues to emit from the food, then it is Makrooh.

 

  1. It is permissible to drink a beverage which does not have a fragrance.

 

  1. If one adds perfume in foods eaten daily, then whether it is cooked or not, the penalty becomes Waajeeb.

 

  1. If one used olive oil or sesame oil as a medication on or in any part of the body then no Sadaqah or Damm become Waajeeb. If these oils are mixed with a perfume oil and applied then the mixture will be considered as a perfume and the relevant Jazaa will be applicable.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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