Rue is considered a national herb of Lithuania and it is the most frequently referred herb in Lithuanian folk songs, as an attribute of young girls, associated with virginity and maidenhood.The Catholic Church also used a branch of rue to sprinkle holy water on its followers during this time known as the "herb of grace." Toxicity edit Rue extracts are mutagenic and hepatotoxic.It has a variety of other culinary uses: It was used extensively in ancient Near Eastern and Roman cuisine (according to Ibn Sayyar al-Warraq and Apicius ).

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12 It also contains coumarins and limonoids.4 It is a component of berbere, the characteristic Ethiopian spice mixture, and as such is encountered in Ethiopian cuisine.

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