What is Ruta graveolens made from?

What is Ruta graveolens made from?

Ruta is today primarily a homeopathic remedy made from the plant Ruta graveolens. This plant is also called rue, herb of grace, herb of repentance, bitter herb, or rue bitterwort. It grows to a height of about 3 ft (1 m) and has fleshy leaves and yellowish flowers. The plant has a strong, unpleasant odor.

Is Ruta graveolens poisonous?

Poison Symptoms: Contact with the skin will cause short-term irritation and you should wear gloves when working with the plant. Ingestion can cause stomach pain, vomiting, exhaustion, confusion, and convulsions and can be fatal.

Can you eat Ruta graveolens?

Rue is considered safe when consumed in food amounts. It is UNSAFE when used as a medicine. When taken by mouth, it can cause side effects such as stomach irritation, changes in mood, sleep problems, dizziness, spasms, serious kidney and liver damage, and death.

How do you take Ruta graveolens 30c?

DIRECTIONS: (adults/children) Dissolve 5 pellets under the tongue 3 times a day until symptoms are relieved or as directed by a physician.

What is homeopathic Ruta?

Ruta Grav, Ruta Graveolens, is used for injuries to tendons and bone surface (periosteum). Bone feels damaged. Sprained ankles and wrists. Very similar to Rhus Tox but less restless. Also used for eyestrain from overwork such as too much time over the computer or reading.

How do you take Ruta graveolens?

Directions For Use: Take 10 drops of Ruta Graveolens Dilution with water thrice a day or as directed by the physician.

What is symphytum in homeopathy?

Symphytum officinale is the homeopathic remedy prepared from the common hedgerow plant – comfrey. Comfrey’s ancient English name is “knitbone”, and it is said that country bone-setters used it to repair broken bones.

How do you grow Ruta graveolens?

Easily grown in moderately fertile, dry to medium moisture, well-drained soils in full sun. Plants tolerate some light shade. Plants also tolerate poor soils as long as they are sharply drained. Drought tolerant once established.

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