All praise be to Allah, The Lord of the Worlds. I testify that there is no god but Him and that Muhammad is His slave and Messenger.
There are some Muslims that believe that it is permissible to use verses and Islamic supplications written with saffron on paper to be washed and drunk as Ruqyah. However, the truth is that this is not the case. According to Ash-Sha’eeyn, this is a grave mistake that should be avoided because it is an innovation and is not supported by the Sunnah or other authentic sources of knowledge.
The only thing that is permissible is to write those verses and supplications on paper or anything else that will dissolve in water, so long as it is not made from blood (as the Prophet did not do), and there are no impurities in it. The supplication should also be written in Arabic and not another language, as this is the best way for the Muslim to get the most benefit from it.
To perform the Ruqyah, one should first obtain a large quantity of Zam Zam or normal water. Next, add saffron or some other form of soluble ink to it. Then recite al-Faatihah and the last three suras of the Quran over it. Finally, spray the water around one’s home, shop, and workroom, making sure to spray all corners and nooks and crannies in order to treat them from the Jinns hiding there. dissolvable quran ruqyah paper