- Capsules, both pharmaceutical and vitamin
- Cleaning Agents
- Nutritional Supplements
- Protein Powders
- Vitamins and Minerals
The opposite of halal is haram (forbidden). Food can be forbidden in Islam if it includes: blood alcohol meat or any products from a forbidden animal, including pigs and any carnivorous animals or birds of prey meat or any products of an animal which has not been slaughtered in the correct manner in the name […]
Islam is based on the ministry of a man named Muhammad (peace be upon him), and on the words that Allah gave to the world through Muhammad. (NB. Muhammad is so esteemed by Muslims that it is usual to utter the blessing “peace be upon him” after his name.).