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Oct 08, The Lote Tree is a mythical tree found in many religions and cultural traditions throughout history. We like to think of it as the tree of life.
The oils we use to make our products are of the highest quality food-grade and come from trees that in their native lands, are considered trees of life. Cutting of wild and shrubby Lote tree may not be described as a big sin. As a matter of fact, the cutting of old Ziziphus help in its quick regeneration. In another Hadith, Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) has been reported to have told his companions that the Sidrat al-Muntaha was a huge tree with its leaves (branches) looking like the ears of an elephant and its fruits like the water pots of Hajr (a place in Arabia).
Sep 21, 1 – cutting down lote trees that people use for shade, for sport and for no useful purpose.
2 – Cutting down the lote trees in the Haram. Based on this, there is no sin on you if you cut down this tree that you had planted, so long as you did not plant it by the road for people to use for shade.
And Allaah knows best. European nettle tree, Mediterranean hackberry, lote tree, or honeyberry, Celtis australis, micocoulier. Handcoloured steel engraving by Oudet after a botanical illustration by Edouard Maubert from Pierre Oscar Reveil, A. Dupuis, Fr. Gerard and Francois Herincq’s La Regne Vegetal: Planets Agricoles et Forestieres, L.