Quranfi aims to break up and enhance the ruqyah industry by providing easy access to ruqyah. You can now instantly make Quran water by diluting our Quranfi sheets into water. This saves you a lot of time then if you had to recite it all on your own. No longer will you be forced to pay a raqi extortion rates for a few visits. Our Quranfi packages contains enough sheets for an entire twelve day treatment plan and more. We encourage self-ruqyah to protect or cure yourself from jinn, ayn, hasad and sihr.
Quranfi goes the extra mile for our customers and provide excellent service and high quality products. We print our sheets double-sided to increase the strength at no additional costs. We recognize the extreme difficulties people go through including financially and that is why we offer our packages at affordable prices. Many use non-edible printing paper for their Quranic sheets. We only use expensive halal edible paper and halal ink to print our Quranfi sheets.
Magicians and their likes work tirelessly to expand their evil. Likewise we will work tirelessly to put a dent in their efforts and stop them in their tracks. Our main goal is to uproot and weaken black magicians and grant relief to those who suffer from black magic and other ailments.
Permissibility of writing verses for ruqyah on dissolvable paper:
Ibn al-Qayyim (may Allah have mercy on him) said in Zaad al-Ma‘aad (4/170), regarding ruqyah to treat the effects of the evil eye:
"A number of the early generations thought that verses of the Qur’an should be written for him [the one who has been affected by the evil eye], then he should drink it. Mujaahid said: There is nothing wrong with writing Qur’an, washing it, and giving that water to the sick person to drink. Something similar was narrated from Abu Qilaabah."
"It was narrated from Ibn ‘Abbaas (may Allah be pleased with him) that he issued instructions that some words of Qur’an be written [in a vessel] for a woman who is experiencing difficulty in childbirth, then those words should be washed with water and that water should be given to her to drink."
"Ayyoob said: I saw Abu Qilaabah write some words of Qur’an, wash them off with water and give the water to a man to drink who was suffering some pain."