Dried fruits of Tena'Adam (fringed rhombus).
Tena'Adam, also known as Ruta chalepenesis, is a shrubby, aromatic plant that is grown in the highlands of Ethiopia. Literally translated, its name means "Adam's Health".
The leaves are used to season sour milk, cheese and coffee, while the fruits are used as a spice ingredient by Berbere and Shiro. The oil is also used in traditional Ethiopian medicine, in various regions Tena'Adam oil is also used by women as a perfume.
The Ethiopians use the plant to treat snake bites, headaches, diarrhea, earache and others, but the medical effects have not been scientifically investigated or proven.