Rocket wild, as suggested by its name, is a spontaneous herb that grows on both plain and mountain regions and differs from cultivated rocket in both the leaves’ shape and the petals’ color: wild rocket has very solid and fleshy long and jagged leaves, while cultivated rocket has thinner leaves with a round tip. The wild rocket’s flowers are of intense yellow color and have a strong aromatic smell. Rocket selvatica belongs to the spontaneous family of Cruciferae known with the name of Diplotaxis muralis, and is a perennial plant which is cultivated in any season of the year. Wild rockets can grow in any type of soil and have been known since the ancient times for their digestive and diuretic properties. It is rich in vitamin B9 or C and is used as a remedy against hoarseness.