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In reply to: Peganum harmala - Syrian rue, Harmel (Zygophyllaceae) Theorized to be the Vedic soma and Persian haoma due to it's rich concentrations of harmine alkaloids, so named after the plant. Considered to be an excellent analogue of Banisteriopsis caapi. The seeds are also used to produce Turkish Red dye used in authentic Persian rugs and powdered to be burned as incense. This desert plant needs a dry sandy soil, it can tolerate extremes in temperature but needs protection from direct sun for its first year. Very susceptible to damping off