Syrian rue seeds - Peganum harmala
Syrian rue - Peganum harmala - 10Grams Seeds
Syrian rue, also known as peganum harmala, is a well-known MAO inhibitor. Because it is more concentrated and simple to manufacture than the more widely used Banisteriopsis caapi, it is frequently utilized in Ayahuasca mimics. Additionally, it costs far less and doesn't cause nausea (although mild feelings of nausea are possible).
You can also cultivate Peganum harmala plants from these seeds.
Pharmacologist Jonathan Ott estimates that 2 to 3 grams of harmine and harmaline are sufficient to stop MAO activity for roughly six hours.
The seeds should be ground before being added to 200 ml of water with one or two tablespoons of lemon juice. On your stove's lowest burner, simmer the finely powdered seeds for 15 to 30 minutes before straining the liquid, which is then fit for drinking.
There is a significant concentration of MAO-inhibiting compounds in peganum harmala. This means that while it is completely safe when taken alone, it can be extremely harmful when mixed with specific meals or other psychoactives. Tyramine-containing meals should be avoided, and SSRIs and comparable medications shouldn't be combined.