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Validation of the Mizaj of Heart by Determining The Ash Value of Vital Organs of Three Species [Med J Islamic World Acad Sci]
Med J Islamic World Acad Sci. 2016; 24(1): 14-19 | DOI: 10.5505/ias.2016.29981  

Validation of the Mizaj of Heart by Determining The Ash Value of Vital Organs of Three Species

Khaiser Rabee1, Mohd Zulkifle1, Shariq Shamsi2, Wasim Ahmad1, Tariq Nadeem1, Abu Bakar1
1Department of Kulliyat (Basic Science), National Institute of Unani Medicine, Bangalore, India.
2Department of Saidla (Pharmacy), National Institute of Unani Medicine, Bangalore, India.

This study aimed to determine the cause of Yabis attribution in the heart by estimating the ash value of three vital organs, such as heart, brain, and liver, of three species, chicken, goat, and buffalo. Creatures are composed of Arkan Arba'a in varied proportions, qualitatively and quantitatively most suitable for accomplishing their functions. Philosophers have described the structural and functional variabilities of species in terms of the Mizaj, which relates to its possible dominant Rukn. The Mizaj of human beings is described as the reflection of the Mizaj of their heart and the organs connected to it. The Mizaj of heart is attributed as Harr-Yabis.
Twenty-seven samples of vital organs of three species, each obtained from market, were subjected to total ash value determination. The procedure was followed in accordance with the International Standard, ISO 936: 1998(E).
The mean ash value of the chicken's heart, brain, and liver was 5.18%, 7.62%, and 6.56%, respectively. The mean ash value of the goat's heart, brain, and liver was 2.53%, 11.18% and 4.24%, respectively. The mean ash value in the buffalo's heart, brain, and liver was 5.32%, 8.74%, and 6.56%, respectively.
Interpretation and Conclusion: Yubusat is required for hardness, stiffness, and durability to stay active and dynamic. Compared with the brain and liver, the heart's rigid nature, consistent action, and resemblance with the coniferous shape of Rukn Nar indicates the presence of Yubusat Nariyya. In this study, the least mean total ash value of the heart among all the three species implies the least presence of Ajza’ Ardiyya, thus validating the presence of Yubusat Nariyya in it. Therefore, the heart's structure and function are in accordance with its Hararat and Yubusat Nariyya.

Keywords: Vital organs, heart, Yubusat, Yubusat Nariyya, structure, function


Khaiser Rabee, Mohd Zulkifle, Shariq Shamsi, Wasim Ahmad, Tariq Nadeem, Abu Bakar. Validation of the Mizaj of Heart by Determining The Ash Value of Vital Organs of Three Species. Med J Islamic World Acad Sci. 2016; 24(1): 14-19

Corresponding Author: Khaiser Rabee, India


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