butcher's broom


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butcher's broom

butcher's broom

Increases circulation, particularly legs, feet, hands and brain. Silica content strengthens blood vessels, great for skin. Used for constipation, hemorrhoids, hypotension, inflammation, carpal tunnel syndrome, varicose veins, bladder, kidneys. Low evergreen with pointy leaves, small, greenish, white/purple flowers that seem to grow in the middle of each leaf and red berries.
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Celynnen Fair, Ruscus aculeatus; butcher's broom neu thorny broom Llun Ieuan Roberts
Aucuba, eleagnus and butcher's broom are extremely robust and make solid hedges, and variegated holly can also be used.
I use the same standardised herbal formula of horsechestnut, butcher's broom and ginkgo (Horsechestnut complex tablets, HCC) in my practice.
More than 30 clinical trials over the past 30 years or so have demonstrated the benefit of the butcher's broom (Ruscus aculeatus) extract in the management of chronic venous insufficiency.
These include Horse chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum) and Butcher's broom (Ruscus aculeatus).
Butcher's Broom extracts have been used to improve circulation and refresh the skin.
This supplement and cream contains butcher's broom, a herbal remedy shown in clinical trials to improve varicose veins, and horse chestnut which strengthens blood vessels, helping to ease swelling.