Authentic ZamZam Water | 5 Litre | From Makkah – FilledWithBarakah
Authentic ZamZam Water | 5 Litre | From Makkah

Authentic ZamZam Water | 5 Litre | From Makkah

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Zam Zam WATER SEALED BOTTLE 5 Litre, 100% Genuine & Pure from Mecca Fountain, original.

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Origin of Zamzam Water

When we undertake the sacred pilgrimage of Hajj, we not only replicate the sacrifice undertaken by Prophet Ibrahim (AS), but we also follow in the footsteps of Hajar – the wife of Prophet Ibrahim (AS) and mother to Ismail (AS). It was through Hajar the miracle of Zamzam water took place.

The Miracle of Zamzam Water

Left in the desert by Prophet Ibrahim, Hajar and her infant son Ismail needed water in the stifling heat. And so Hajar ran between the hills of Safa and Marwa seven times in search of water. She then heard a voice. She called out, and SubhanAllah saw Angel Jibreel where the Zamzam well now stands. Angel Jibreel had dug through the sand and unearthed a well of water.

This water is known as Zamzam water, as Hajar called out, “Zom! Zom!” (Stop! Stop!) as the water kept following, in fear it would run out. SubhanAllah! Zamzam water has many benefits with healing and health and is considered a blessing for Muslims. Prophet Muhammad (SAW) said: “The water of Zamzam is (good) for whatever it is intended.” (Sahih Muslim)

The Zamzam well provides water to pilgrims every year. When pilgrims now also run between the hills of Safa and Marwa as part of the steps of Hajj, they replicate the struggle of Hajar – an important figure in Islam – and collect Zamzam to take home to loved ones.

  • Original: 100% pure ZamZam water from Mecca.
  • Springwater: Direct from the Zam Zam waterworks in Mecca and natural spring water from the Zam Zam fountain.
  • Natural: Still water without carbonation or additives, ZamZam water.
  • Mecca: Freshwater source at the Kaaba. The water source is located in Makkah Al Mukarramah.