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General
  • Rue is a well-known evergreen, half-shrubby plant, common to southern Europe, and introduced into this country as a garden plant. It flowers in July and August. The whole plant has a strong, heavy, unpleasant smell, and a bitter, acrid, pungent taste, which is due to its volatile oil. The leaves are the parts used, and, when fresh, are said to irritate and even vesicate the surface to which they are applied.
  •  They should be gathered when the seed-vessels are welt developed, yet still green; the seed-vessels of the unripe fruit are covered with large oil vesicles, and may likewise be used for medicinal purposes. Rue yields its properties to boiling water in infusion, but alcohol is its best solvent. The plant loses much of its activity by drying.

Production & Cultivation

  • Young plants need extra phosphorus to encourage good root development. Look for a fertilizer that has phosphorus, P, in it(the second number on the bag.) Apply recommended amount for plant per label directions in the soil at time of planting or at least during the first growing season. Use a soil testing kit to determine the acidity or alkalinity of the soil before beginning any garden bed preparation.
  • Boronia is in the Family Rutaceae which is derived from the European herb Ruta graveolens, a small rounded shrub to about 1m. The leaves can be described as pinnate with broadly obovate leaflets, and with a bit of imagination could be seen as Boronia-like. Collection of Boronia seed, or that of other genera in the Tribe, is difficult as it is usually dispersed quickly once ripe. One warm day is all that is needed for near ripe seed to be thrown wide and far as the fruits explode.

Application & Technology

  • Normal human blood lymphocytes, B-lymphoid cells, and brain cancer cells treated with Ruta in vitro were examined for telomere dynamics, mitotic catastrophe, and apoptosis to understand the possible mechanism of cell-killing, using conventional and molecular cytogenetic techniques. Ruta in combination with Ca3(PO4)2 could be used for effective treatment of brain cancers, particularly glioma.
  • Ruta is "useful in feverish complaints, promotes perspiration and removes noxious material; in headache, nervous and hysteric complaints, weakness of the stomach and pains in the bowels, suppressed menses, and if taken for a long time it benefits epilepsy. Ruta is one of the chief remedies for injured bones, and especially bruised bones.
  • Using bicarbonate for controlling powdery mildew could add protection against other minor tobacco diseases such as target spot and brown spot, avoiding the use of fungicides. Rue extract and sodium bicarbonate applications did not affect the technological properties of cured tobacco leaves.

Market & Report

  • Most herb crops in Asia are cultivated by small holders who grow several kinds of crops including herbs in a mixed cropping pattern. This is quite adaptive to the existing conditions where a herb industry is not yet established. Repetitive ingestion of Ruta, its infusion or essence may produce the same acute symptomatology but the onset may be delayed.
  • Most herb crops in Asia are cultivated by small holders who grow several kinds of crops including herbs in a mixed cropping pattern. This is quite adaptive to the existing conditions where a herb industry is not yet established. Most herb crops in Asia are cultivated by small holders who grow several kinds of crops including herbs in a mixed cropping pattern. This is quite adaptive to the existing conditions where a herb industry is not yet established.

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