Buxidin (1) and E-Buxenone (2), steroidal alkaloids from Buxus hyrcana, are found to possess potent immunosuppressive properties. The activity was tested in vitro on oxidative burst, chemotaxis, T-cell proliferation, and cytokine production. Both compounds showed a significant immunomodulatory activity with clear suppressive effect on oxidative burst and chemotaxis in a dose-dependent manner. They also exhibited suppressive effect on the phytohemagglutinin-stimulated T-cell proliferation. The immunomodulatory activity was further confirmed by the suppression of IL-2 and IL-4 production. Furthermore, molecular docking studies were performed to investigate the binding mode of Buxidin (1) and E-Buxenone (2) with IL-2. Despite the structural differences between Buxidin (1) and E-Buxenone (2), docking results revealed that they adopt a similar binding pattern at the active site of the IL-2. A good agreement between practical and theoretic results indicates that the current docking study could provide an alternate tool for the structural optimization of recently identified ligand as more potent IL-2 inhibitors.