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Rue Goat's s - Galega officinalis

Rue goat, French lilac

Galega officinalis

Leguminosae Fabaceae

Seedling leaves

Sheep Rue is thick cloudy with upright, hollow, smooth, branched stems that can reach up to five feet. Its bright compound leaves consist of 13 to 17 spikes, each one to two inches long. Rue goat flowers range in color from purple to white, growing on stems and producing red-brown seedpods in autumn that can hold 2 to 6 kidney-shaped seeds.

Goat Rue is native to central and southern Europe, Russia, Japan, and Asia Minor. It is naturally grown and widely grown in Britain. It grows on moist grasslands and on river banks, as well as in other wetlands.

Sheep rue dried flowers have been used to help increase milk supply in female goats. The Latin name, Galega , which comes from the Greek word gala or milk, reflecting this use. It is also known in England as "rennet cheese" because the juice extracted from the green part of the plant is used to make cheese and frozen milk. This plant is often used as a livestock feed. Some sheep die after eating, revealing the fact that it can be toxic.

Sheep rye has been used to treat outbreaks, intestinal worms, fever, and snakebites. The herbs have been shown in some cases to increase breast milk production by up to 50 percent. Some doctors do not recommend the use of this plant, however, as its effects on the baby are unknown. Galegine is a type of alkaloid that has been isolated from goat rue - it lowers blood sugar levels and may be useful in combating diabetes. Guanidine-based synthetic drugs were introduced in France in the late 1950s, and they were approved by the FDA in 1995.


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