ruta graveolens

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Has very strong compounds that can badly blister skin if touched, and is poisonous except in small doses and should only be handled by professionals. Used to help expel poisons from poisonous bites like scorpion, snake, spider ad jellyfish. Silvery bluish grey leaves, yellow-green flowers. Extremely bitter and can cause gastric upset. Leaves, seeds, branches used in Greek and Ethiopian cuisine. Seeds used to make porridge. Be careful! Know what you are doing with this plant !
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Antiandrogenic activity of Ruta graveolens L in male Albino rats with emphasis on sexual and aggressive behavior.
Specific accumulation and revised structures of acridone alkaloid glucosides in the tips of transformed roots of Ruta graveolens.
Elektronenmikroskopische Beobachtungen zur Entstehungsweise der Exkretbehalter von Ruta graveolens, Citrus limon, und Poncirus trifoliata.
Evaluacion toxicologica preliminar de Ruta graveolens, Origanun vulgare y Persea americana sobre embriones preimplantacionales de raton.
Clastogenic potential of Ruta graveolens extract and a homeopathic preparation in mouse bone marrow cells.
Ethanolics extracts of the following vegetable species were evaluated: Plantago major L, Ruta graveolens L, Lippia alba (Mill) NE BROS), Pteridium aquilinum (Kaulf) Maxon.
Ruta graveolens is the most common remedy for injuries to the knee and elbow, and to traumas to the periosteum (the bone covering).
I-6: The effect of two different foliar suppliments to Ruta graveolens L.