Butcher’s broom contains compounds, such as ruscogenin, that may help suppress inflammatory signals and potentially treat damage caused by inflammation.
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 WorksHistorically, butchers would bundle its branches to sweep off their chopping blocks — which is how it got its name. Butcher’s Broom contains important flavonoids (natural substances that strengthen capillary walls) such as rutin. It also contains saponins, which offer a variety of circulatory benefits. Butcher’s broom may help relieve conditions such as CVI, OH, hemorrhoids and chronic inflammation. Keep in mind that more human studies are needed.
Active IngredientsButcher’s broom root.
How to Use
How to Use
- Take 2 capsules with a meal twice daily.