DiscoverCommonly taken by mouth for symptoms of poor blood circulation, such as pain, leg cramps, leg swelling, varicose veins, and itching.
- Supports the circulatory system.
- May Reduce Inflammation
- May Treat Poor Blood Circulation
- May Reduce Symptoms of Orthostatic Hypotension
- May Reduce Your Risk of Hemorrhoids
How It Works
How It WorksWe work with a trusted supplier to source butcher’s broom across Eastern Europe and the Middle East. Regardless of where it comes from, they always ensure it is non-GMO, vegan and Kosher.
Our supplier demonstrates dedication to sustainability and caring for our planet with a move to fully recyclable packaging. They advocate fair practices for their employees, paying harvesters extra for sun-drying botanicals and investing in the rural communities in which they operate.
A member of the lily family, butcher’s broom has been considered a folk remedy in Europe for nearly 2,000 years. Records show that in the first century, it was used to support the urinary system. Over time, the roots have been heralded for many circulatory system benefits. And modern research has found that compounds in the root support circulation.
Active IngredientsButcher’s broom root.
How to Use
How to UseDirections
Take 2 capsules with a meal.