In the newest edition of Seeratul Mahdi (2008) Safiya Begum narrates that her sister (Haleema) had tuberculosis and MGA had her urinate in a jar (Qarora means: small Glass jar, the kind one takes a urine sample to doctors in). The next day, she showed up with a container filled with urine, MGA inspected the contents and gave her a treatment.
The longer summary of the story is as follows: MGA told her to bring a Qarora (means: small Glass jar, the kind one takes a urine sample to doctors in) tomorrow and we will fix your condition. Haleema asked MGA, what is Qarora? When Haleema got home she told her mom what MGA said. The next day, Haleema showed up to MGA’s house with the urine in a Qarora. MGA then prescribed some medicine. Haleema’s mother did exactly that and fed her daughter this mystery drug (See Seeratul Mahdi, Narration # 1567. 2008 edition, Vol.-5, Page 312).
It should be noted that Safiya Begum was the little girl (most likely 7-8 years old) who MGA poured hot water on as a punishment, she also spent long nights with MGA alone wherein she massaged his body and head.
Seeratul Mahdi, Narration # 1567. 2008 edition, Vol.-5, Page 312
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