The name “Harmala” is driven from Peganum Harmala or Syrian Rue; the patterns of this style are made from long curved parallel pipes. The overall look of the style is inspired by middle eastern and Indian architecture and decorative art. The patterns are shared with Amanita style, presented in a different manner.
Peganum Harmala is a plant, usually growing in salty soils in the deserts of the Mediterranean regions. It is very popular in Middle Eastern and north African plant medicine. This plant contains several alkaloids which function as monoamine oxidase inhibitors; therefore, they are hallucinogenic.