Syrian rue (Peganum Harmala), the “Ayahuasca” of North Africa and Eurasia

Wildly popular across Europe, Asia, and North Africa for thousands of years, Peganum harmala is a perennial plant that has a lot in common with the psychoactive vine from Amazonia, ayahuasca. The two entheogens share a similar molecule profile, and both have been associated with many types of healing and spirituality in different cultures. While … Continue reading Syrian rue (Peganum Harmala), the “Ayahuasca” of North Africa and Eurasia