Origin : Native to dry, sunny regions of Mediterranean countries.
Background : Rue has been prescribed herbally since the time of ancient Greece and Egypt to induce abortion, strengthen the eyesight, and stimulate menstruation.
Preparation : The aerial parts, gathered as the plant is beginning to flower, are finely chopped and steeped in alcohol.
Remedy Profile : People who respond best to the Ruta remedy are prone to feelings of anxiety and panic and tend to be weepy. They may be quarrelsome and suspicious, often feeling that they are being constantly deceived or watched.
The classic symptom picture for Ruta is of connective tissue problems with marked stiffness and pain in the muscles and tendons, often due to sprains, overuse of the muscles, or injury. The pain is typically sore, bruised, aching, and accompanied by restlessness. Repetitive strain injuries, eye strain, ganglions, and chronic arthritis may be helped by Ruta, as may a stiff, sore lower back or sciatica.
Symptoms Better : For warmth; for lying on the back; for movement; for rubbing or scratching the affected area.
Symptoms Worse : For cold, damp air; for overexertion, injury, or sprains; for sitting; for menstruating; for eating uncooked or indigestible foods.
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