Rue


Rue is an extremely potent plant. The leaves and flowers of the rue herb have a strong odor – in fact, rue even keeps some insects away.

There are many cautions associated with rue – for instance, if your skin comes into contact with the rue herb during warm weather, you’re at risk for developing blisters that rival those caused by poison ivy or poison oak.

Some believe that rue and other potentially harmful plants are safe to harvest and consume. DrFloras recommends taking a route that is tried and true instead of doing it yourself and possibly ending up in the emergency room.

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What You Should Know About Rue

Rue has quite a storied history, and it’s no wonder. In folklore, the plant is the symbol of regret or loss, and medieval storytellers often used it as a verbal illustration of sorrow.

Rue was used to alleviate eyestrain and treat sore eyes, and some said that it was an effective aphrodisiac.<a rel="attachment wp-att-1998" href="http://www.DrFloras.com/parasite-cleanse/rue/attachment/rue-2/”><img class="alignright size-medium wp-image-1998" title="rue" src="http://www.DrFloras.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/09/rue1-300×242.jpg” alt=”rue1 300×242 Rue” width=”300″ height=”242″ /><a rel="attachment wp-att-1997" href="http://www.DrFloras.com/parasite-cleanse/rue/attachment/rue/”> Rue

Modern science has great hopes for rue extract since it is so powerful, however it is one of those substances which must be combined with other herbs or diluted specifically in order to have any therapeutic benefits.

Health professionals tend to agree that while many botanical remedies can be beneficial or are at worst harmless, rue is dangerous and should not be taken without precautions.

Oil from the rue herb and rue extract can cause severe reactions in people who are sensitive to the plant:

• Rue oil can cause severe stomach pain and should not be taken internally
• Rue oil should not be placed in the eyes as it can cause blistering and blindness
• If taken internally, oil from the rue herb may cause vomiting and convulsions
• Rue oil should not be consumed as it may be fatal

Better than Rue

Why risk your health, or even your life taking something that is not proven to be effective and is even strongly cautioned against? DrFloras is the answer to so many problems that can be caused by blocked internal organs, toxic material build-up, heavy metals, or even internal parasites.

One of the symptoms caused by internal parasites is vision that seems to be worsening gradually over time. This symptom is supposedly alleviated by taking rue extract, but why take the chance? DrFloras’ Parasite Defense is a proven, effective part of the DrFloras Ultimate detox cleanse Kit.

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Rue

Rue is an extremely potent plant. The leaves and flowers of the rue herb have a strong odor – in fact, rue even keeps some insects away.

There are many cautions associated with rue – for instance, if your skin comes into contact with the rue herb during warm weather, you’re at risk for developing blisters that rival those caused by poison ivy or poison oak.

Some believe that rue and other potentially harmful plants are safe to harvest and consume. DrFloras recommends taking a route that is tried and true instead of doing it yourself and possibly ending up in the emergency room.

Video – Reviews / REAL Reviews by REAL People

*Video:rue – detox cleanse reviews

Video – Parasite Cleanse Details

*Video:rue video

Video – Avoid detox cleanse Scams

What You Should Know About Rue

Rue has quite a storied history, and it’s no wonder. In folklore, the plant is the symbol of regret or loss, and medieval storytellers often used it as a verbal illustration of sorrow.

Rue was used to alleviate eyestrain and treat sore eyes, and some said that it was an effective aphrodisiac.<a rel="attachment wp-att-1998" href="http://www.DrFloras.com/parasite-cleanse/rue/attachment/rue-2/”><img class="alignright size-medium wp-image-1998" title="rue" src="http://www.DrFloras.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/09/rue1-300×242.jpg” alt=”rue1 300×242 Rue” width=”300″ height=”242″ /><a rel="attachment wp-att-1997" href="http://www.DrFloras.com/parasite-cleanse/rue/attachment/rue/”>

Modern science has great hopes for rue extract since it is so powerful, however it is one of those substances which must be combined with other herbs or diluted specifically in order to have any therapeutic benefits.

Health professionals tend to agree that while many botanical remedies can be beneficial or are at worst harmless, rue is dangerous and should not be taken without precautions.

Oil from the rue herb and rue extract can cause severe reactions in people who are sensitive to the plant:

• Rue oil can cause severe stomach pain and should not be taken internally
• Rue oil should not be placed in the eyes as it can cause blistering and blindness
• If taken internally, oil from the rue herb may cause vomiting and convulsions
• Rue oil should not be consumed as it may be fatal

Better than Rue

Why risk your health, or even your life taking something that is not proven to be effective and is even strongly cautioned against? DrFloras is the answer to so many problems that can be caused by blocked internal organs, toxic material build-up, heavy metals, or even internal parasites.

One of the symptoms caused by internal parasites is vision that seems to be worsening gradually over time. This symptom is supposedly alleviated by taking rue extract, but why take the chance? DrFloras’ Parasite Defense is a proven, effective part of the DrFloras Ultimate detox cleanse Kit.

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