highly recommended Health Specialist provides his PATIENTS WITH herbs and subscribes the herbs be taken with hot water like tea. I have no knowledge of the origins of the herbs which look like tiny pebbles the size of an ant. Could I drink the herbal tea since it is for healing purposes (Refuah)?
With 17th of Tammuz coming up in a few days, and 9th Av three weeks later, several people have suggested that fasting might be a danger, as it could weaken one’s resistance to the COVID virus. What is the Rav’s ruling in this case for an otherwise healthy person, and for a person with comorbidities? […]
According to Sefardic tradition can a wedding be held during Tammuz, during the three weeks but prior to the nine days of Av? I read that Rabbi Yosef allowed such a wedding when he was chief rabbi of Tel Aviv.
if I bought two of the exact same pairs of shoes from two stores, let’s say Macy’s and Marshall’s, that are completely seperately owned. Can I return the one I bought from Macy’s to Marshall’s. what is Rav Yitzchak abadi’s opinion on this. thanks
I have looked at a few posts with products containing vanilla extract. I do not understand why they are considered kosher for Passover. I thought that these extracts were a problem because of the alcohol base.