I work with the seeds of Syrian rue which I use to make different custom medicines, but also as a tea and in combination with magic mushrooms.
Syrian rue is good for depression, cancer, diabetes, painful menstruation, hypothermia, insomnia, pain, parasites, Parkinson’s disease, and a joint disorder called rheumatoid arthritis.
Syrian rue, scientific name Peganum Harmala, is a perennial shrub native to the Mediterranean and various regions of Asia. It can now also be found growing wild on the American continent. Part of the Nitrariaceae plant family, Syrian rue can grow up to 1m, but in the wild rarely gets above 0.3m in height. It has narrow leaves that are usually 5 cm long when fully grown and produces many single white flowers.