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Volume 4 | Issue 1 | 2021
Author(S): Abdur Rakib Nayeem*; Issiagha Camara; Thanhalul Alam Deep; Mohammad Abdul Zalil; Maryam Ladi Isa and Mst. Fatema Akter
Corresponding Author Affiliation*: Chongqing University (CQU), China
The Halalness of drugs an intriguing case to examine, given that the utilization of medications and halal food is a commitment for most of the Muslim populace. Since the legitimization of Law 33 of 2014 about Halal Product Assurance (UU JPH), there are still contrasts of supposition in a few services in Muslim Countries in regards to the execution of restorative items, particularly for prescriptions that are delegated life-sparing. This exploration means to examine the mentalities of hack victims towards the Halalness of hack medication and their demeanor towards medicine containing liquor. This investigation utilizes an observational plan, the exploration variable is the mentality towards halal and liquor content in drugs, furthermore, the medications got. The instrument utilized was a poll. The outcomes indicated that most of the patients needed halal medications and didn’t contain liquor. From the information acquired, indicated that 68 percent of patients got cough medicine containing liquor between 2.50 – 10 percent.
Keywords: Halal, Product, Medicine, Alcohol, Drugs, Cough.