What is the ruling on carrying amulets or let people carry them?

Question 305: What is the opinion of Islaam on carrying amulets and saying charms?

Answer: It is not permissible to carry amulets or let people put them on; as the Prophet (peace be upon him) prohibited us to do this saying, If one ties an amulet, Allaah will not accomplish his affairs for him. The Prophet (peace be upon him) also says, [Illegal] Ruqyah, amulets and love-potions are acts of Shirk (associating others with Allaah in His Divinity or worship). The Ruqyah here means: All words that are not from Qur’aan and Sharee`ah-based supplications. Concerning Ruqyahs with (verses from) Qur’aan and Sharee`ah-based supplications, which are recited on the patient; they are permissible as the Prophet (peace be upon him) says, There is no harm in Ruqyah as long as it does not include Shirk. Amulets are: things carried or tied in order to get rid of the evil eye and relieve or get rid of affliction... read more here.

Digging a grave for anyone who is afflicted with an Evil eye or is incurably ill as a treatment

Question 304: Some people, when they or one of their relatives is afflicted with the evil eye and they despair of treating it, say that they dig a grave for the afflicted person thus he will recover if Allaah wills. Does this have an origin in the Islaamic Law; and if not, is the person who digs the grave for that purpose considered sinful? Would you please give us your opinion, may Allaah reward you!

Answer: Digging a grave to treat a person afflicted with the evil eye has no origin in the Purified Sharee`ah (Islaamic Law); rather it is definitely a superstition that should be abandoned and warned against... read more here.