Growing Rue In Garden And What Are The Side Effects Of Rue

Growing Rue In Garden And What Are The Side Effects Of Rue

Growing Rue is not very hard. It needs plenty of sun and dry weather conditions. Plant can be grown by planting seeds or through cuttings. Rue grows in variety of soil, but good growth is possible in well drained soil. In less space, many plants can be grown together, or one can grow them in pots. Once planted and taken care rue survives up to 10-12 years. Plant contains sap that could result in redness. If you are allergic to plant hair and sap, use gloves while handling rue plants.

Side effects of rue:

·         For some touching Rue can cause allergic reaction – redness, blister, and pigmentation.

·         Increases sunlight sensitivity.

·         Can increase dizziness and low blood pressure.

·         Do not consume rue supplement with other medicines, especially if you have heart conditions – not advised to consume rue supplement.

·         Not to consume during pregnancy and during lactation as it could harm both mother and baby.

·         Plant is not suggested for patients who suffer from kidney ailments.

Like any other herbal supplements, before taking rue supplements contact your doctor and seek advice.


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Author: Sumana Rao | Posted on: March 3, 2023

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