Reciting Surah Baqarah as a ruqyah

Q: I was informed of a ruqyah about a person who if he is facing some evil eye or is not able to proceed in life that he should recite Surah Al Baqarah over some water and dry blow into it for 3 days, and take that water and splash it on his stuff.

Is this a form of shirk? If it is not, what are the steps to take to perform such a ritual?

Wearing a taweez

Q: Is it permissible to wear taweez for children and adults? Ayat ul kursi, the quls.

And for babies the dua: Aoothoo bi Kalima til la hit ta mah ti min kuli shay taanin wa haa ma tin wa min kulli ay nin la mah tin.

Also is it permissible to wear a necklace for women with ayaat ul kursi engraved on it?

If it is permissible, I know the necklace has to be removed before entering the toilet area. But the taweez being covered in a cloth, will it also have to be remove?

Authenticity on reading a verse of the Quraan and the Angels wake a person up

Q: What is the reality of this wazeefah? Especially the fact that angels wake a person up?

"I was told a Quranic aayat to recite when you want to wake up for something and by Allah it works!! Every time I've read it I've ALWAYS woken up, whether it be for fajr, work, interview, literally anything you need to wake up for. I recall being told the virtue is that the angels wake you up. I'm not sure how accurate it is according to my memory, but I've never questioned it as I was told by an aalim. But if anyone wants to correct me, please do. This is the aayah: لا يجليها لوقتها إلا هو"

Aayat for shifaa

Q: I want to know any zikr for my 9 year old daughter, she's falling sick every month since 1.5 year. I am not able to find any proper treatment. It is like wheezing. Please request for dua for her good health and recovery. She lost her father as well last year.