Ruta

Ruta, (commonly known as rue), is a genus of strongly scented evergreen subshrubs 20–60 cm tall, in the family Rutaceae, native to the Mediterranean region, Macaronesia and southwest Asia. There are perhaps 8 to 40 species in the genus. The most well-known species is Ruta graveolens, (rue or common rue). The leaves are bipinnate or tripinnate, w...
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Ruta

(Herb O'grace, Rue) This herb is commonly known as Rue or Herb O'Grace. This ancient medicinal plant is a hardy perennial that grows upright to 2 feet high and 12 inches wide. Its attractive foliage is silvery blue-green, and in early summer, many stalks of pretty yellow flowers shoot up above the foliage. The leaves can be added, in very small amo...
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Ruta

(Latin) the herb rue; comes to mean bitterness or unpleasantness.
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Ruta

genus Ruta noun type genus of the Rutaceae; strong-scented Eurasian herbs
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Ruta

Bruises, eye strains, and sprains and strains affecting the muscles and joints. Ruta is prepared from the herb rue, which has been treasured through the ages for its medicinal properties. The remedy has effects on the joints, tendons, cartilages, and the periosteum (the membrane that covers the bones). It is also valued for its first aid qualities ...
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ruta

Latin, meaning: bitterness, unpleasantness, the herb rue.
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Ruta

Ruta is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Ruta

[n] - type genus of the Rutaceae
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