Benefits Of Rue Plant
Multiple benefits of Rue as a medicinal plant are listed below. It is called Herb of Grace because of its healing properties.
1. Cosmetics– Rue extract is used for fragrances, soaps, and other personal care products.
2. Relieving inflammatory pain– Rue properties has been used for centuries to treat menstrual pain, rheumatism, arthritis, and other inflammatory conditions.
3. Reducing the risk of thrombosis– Rue benefits blood circulation and helps prevent the formation of blood clots, strength blood vessels, lower blood pressure, and reduce edema.
4. Gardening– Rue is a popular ornamental, not only because of its unusual blue-gray colored leaves and bright yellow flowers, but because it repels garden pests, such as flies, mosquitoes, beetles, slugs, fleas, and cats.
5. Antifungal-It is used for treating fungal infections like athlete’s foot and dermatitis
6. Skin complexion– To improve skin complexion and to eliminate free radicals that damages skin, to prevent premature aging rue is helpful.
7. Essential oil of rue– Is used for therapeutic use like in facial steams.
8. For hair– Rue oil is helpful in keeping hair healthy and shiny.
9. For relaxation– It acts as a sleep aid, helps to calm the nerves, relaxes the body.
10. For lice-It removes lice eggs and lice from scalp and hair.
11. Insecticide– Growing in garden prevents pests and other insects. It can be used as vaporizer; insect sticks or in fumigant
12. Antibacterial– Infection due to bacteria such as colon, intestine and UTI can be treated with rue extract. It also reduces Salmonella infection.
13. Menstrual cramp– Menstrual related problems like cramp, muscle pain and stress conditions are treated with rue.
14. Arthritis pain– Pain and inflammation from arthritis can be treated with rue. It is also used in reducing pain in joints.
15. For sprain and injuries– Poultice from rue is used for treating sprain and healing injuries.
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Author: Sumana Rao | Posted on: March 3, 2023
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