10% Rule For Wealth




Last night I watched “I Daniel Blake” and was moved, moved into action.

We Karimahs Cuisina insha’allah will start donating sanitary and hygiene products to local food banks as well as  individuals bags of spice mixes.

There are people living particularly in housing estates that are the Hidden Hungry and mainly in the UK , they are not Muslims. Not because Muslims get any extra benefits however our Arab and Asian cultures teach us how to live on rice and lentil curry when we cant afford meat, we would rather eat lentils than pork, we don’t drink alcohol or smoke drugs we get on the floor, on our prayers mats and bow our heads down and cry instead.

Still that said and done our neighbours ,have rights over us.

it is not Islamic for us  knowing that in our communities, even though we live ina nice house and they live a mile away in an estate or housing project, that behind close d doors there are single parents who don’t know how to manage money, they don’t know how to cook healthy and cheap, they don’t know how to access the benefits they are entitled to.

 There are women …and men who think prostitution is better than stealing…it is really sad and  its like a can of worms if you scratch below the surface.


Buy and collect sanitary and hygiene products and give to food banks

Buy and collect spice mixes and donate to food banks and/or community centres

World change starts with a random act of kindness


Neighbours are not just your next doors neighbours bur knowing them and being good to them is a great start. its about our community our common  unity

Here are some Islamic religious sayings regarding treatment of neighbours

The Messenger of Allah, (Peace and blessings be upon him) says:” He is not a believer who eats his fill whilst his neighbour beside him goes hungry” (Bukhari).

The Messenger of Allah, (Peace and blessings be upon him), said: “Jibril kept recommending me to treat my neighbour well until I thought that he would tell me to make him one of my heirs” (Bukhari: 6014).

Abu Dharr, May Allah be pleased with him, reported: The Messenger of Allah, (Peace and blessings be upon him), commanded me thus, “O Abu Dharr! Whenever you prepare a broth, put plenty of water in it, and give some of it to your neighbours” (Sahih Muslim).

Please get in touch if you want to contribute or need support contacting your local food bank.

Please let us know if you want to help or want help doing it in your area.
As Health and Well Being Representative of The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, insha’allah I can liaise with food bank in your area Or just ask sheikh google for food banks in your area…

karimahscuisinaa@gmail.com yes two “aa” s



The Muslim Massage

as salaam alaikum single brothers and sistars, those of us who are not getting any TLC tender loving care,because we are practicing and single, we need to take care of ourselves.

As practising Muslims we often don’t get enough touching, stroking hugs etc which are important for well being.
Massaging ourselves after bathing is a good way to care care of ourselves and support the elimination of toxins.
I don’t bathe every day, I don’t work in field or hot and sweaty job, so all over body washing and washing the hair every day are not necessary, once is sunnah, more than that is personal preference.
I know that massaging after bathing with cream is essential for everyone but today i’m going to make an oil blend good for lymphatic drainage.

The Oils 
Citrus essential oils, like orange, grapefruit, and lemon, are stimulating for lymph glands.* Peppermint, ginger, and rosemary are good for circulation and will help lymph nodes drain.* Dilute with a carrier oil and rub on lymph glands under neck, arms, groin, behind knees…well kind of all over really but paying particular attention to these points. I am using rosemary, ginger orange diluted in coconut oil.

Importance of Lymph Massage
Lymph flow is important to maintaining good health, as the lymphatic system is an integral part of the immune system, bathing the body’s tissues with lymph, a clear liquid, which collects bacteria, viruses, metabolic debris and other harmful substances. Lymph is then channeled to lymph nodes, where the foreign substances are destroyed or rendered non-functional by various white blood cells, or lymphocytes. The spent lymph and debris are then collected by the circulatory system and flushed out of the body via the urinary system.

Negative Effects of Bad Lymph Circulation
Lymphedema describes the abnormal accumulation of lymph fluid under the skin—in other words, swelling. Swelling of this sort indicates lymphatic system insufficiency or stagnation, and is usually caused by a blockage that prevents the free flow of lymph.

These are the Points