Ruta chalepensis Ruta chalepensis — Native In southern Africa, the oil obtained from the aerial parts is applied externally as a rub to treat stomach-ache, colic, hysteria, epilepsy and is taken orally as an anthelmintic. Family Moments with loved ones. Livingstone, London, United Kingdom. The essential oil of the plant can cause reactions of hypersensitivity. File:Ruta chalepensis Dried fruits Tigray Region — Wikimedia Commons The timestamp is only as accurate as the clock in the camera, and it may be completely wrong. Vitamin C has been described as having antiinfectious 13 and antiscorbutic properties; it is an enzymatic cofactor, it is involved in the synthesis of collagen and carnitine, the transformation of folic acid into folinic acid, the microsomic metabolism of drugs, the synthesis of noradrenaline and peptidic hormones, the reduction of ferric to ferrous iron at the gastric level, and the formation of suprarenal hormones It is potentially toxic and carcinogenic when desciption orally, and can xhalepensis dermatitis when touched.
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