Pearl of Wisdom

'I asked Abu 'Abdillah [al-Sadiq] (AS), 'I have been tried by this science [astrology], so when I want something I look at the rising star, and if I see the rising star as evil, I desist from pursuing that thing, and if I see good in the rising star, I pursue the matter.' He asked me, 'Do you predict fate?' I said, 'Yes.' He said, 'Then burn your books.'

Abd al-Malik b. A'yan
Kitab man la yahdurahi al-Faqih, v. 2, p. 267, no. 2402

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Question : #504 Category: Food & Drinks
Subject: taking drugs in Muslim
Question: Are you allowed to take drugs other than alcohol?
Answer: All Alcoholic liquors and beverages which intoxicate a person, are najis and on the basis of recommended precaution, everything which is originally liquid and intoxicates a person, is najis. Hence the consumption of it is not allowed, and taking recreational drugs for this matter is not permissible either as it induces the user beyond their consciences.

However that said, medical drugs is not question.

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