Rue herb extract, benefits, health, effects, plant, supplements, side effects Rue

What Rue herb Is:

A pretty perennial with tiny, daisylike, yellow flowers, rue may seem innocuous It's actually somewhat toxic. The ancient Romans did rely on the herb, which is native to Europe but naturalized in parts of the United States, to cure a variety of ail ments, however. In the sixteenth to eighteenth centuries, its distinctive smell led to its reputation for repelling fleas, lice, and other vermin (in the Amazon, it repels bad luck), as well as for overcoming poisoning by everything from snakebite to nox-ious mushrooms.

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