Syrian rue, in Latin Peganum Harmala, is a traditional sacred plant from the Middle East, where it was an essential part of the spiritual rituals.
Historians speculate that this plant may have been part of the original hallucinogenic drink Soma that was used in areas of today's India. According to available historical sources, the drink was a source of inspiration for many important poets and philosophers. The plant is thus glorified in the original Vedic texts more than a thousand years old.
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