He wrote the Taqwim al-Sihhah (The Maintenance of Health). The work treated matters of hygiene, dietetics, and exercise. It emphasized the benefits of regular attention to the personal physical and mental well-being. The continued popularity and publication of this medieval text of Middle Eastern origin into the sixteenth century is thought to demonstrate the influence that Arabic culture had on early modern Europe. One of his Greek sources was Dioscorides.
1. Al-taghvim al-seha'at 2.Da'avat al-ateba' 3.Al-maghalat al-Mokhtarat fi tadbir al-amraz al-a'rezat al-aksar bel taghziat Ma'loofat 4.Resalat fi shari al-raghigh va taghlib al-bai'd 5.Maghalat fi an al-foroj ahar men al-farkh 6.Al-maghalat al-mesriat fi monaghezat ali ebne rezvan 7.Maghal fi al-gorban al-moghadas
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