To , introduce myself , I am a student turned enterpeuner , I own a small shop , one of the few things I sell are hot pillows.These pillows are charged and then they heat up and are used for messaj or are used on wounds/bruises , I came accross a hadith forbidding cauterisation which made me wonder if the product i sell is halal or not.

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If by cauterization, burning shut the wound, It would seem you are okay in your business. If I understood right, the product only uses a little heat to help sooth and calm the body, and does not cause severe burns of any kind, then you should be fine. As for the ruling on cauterization, I have no knowledge on the matter.

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