The author takes al-Suyuti to task for not making this Ghazalian contribution an independent category in his Itqan although he did (73rd category)--only he named it Fi afdal al-Qur'an wa-fadilih (Concerning Superexcellent
and Excellent Content in the Qur'an).
And, what about the 16th century writer and clergyman Robert Burton (1577-1649) who once said: 'Tobacco, divine, rare, superexcellent
tobacco, which goes far beyond all their panaceas, potable gold, and philosopher's stones, a sovereign remedy for all diseases.' Someone also said that until the merits/ills/virtues of that wonder weed is thoroughly researched, nothing should be firmly opined?