Butcher’s Broom acts on the blood vessels by stimulating the release of nor-epinephrine, which then produces a vaso-constricting effect. The production of nor-epinephrine lengthens the time required to clot the blood and thus explains its use in preventing post-operative thrombosis. Butcher’s Broom is also useful in pregnancy and for people who stand for lengthy periods of time. It contains anti-inflammatory properties, as well as having the characteristic of strengthening the walls of the blood vessels. It has been beneficial for improving peripheral circulation, while also increasing circulation to the brain, legs and arms. It has a diuretic effect, causing the constriction of blood vessels while also lowering cholesterol

Butcher's Broom (Ruscus aculeatus)

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  • Primary Uses: Here are a few of the ailments Butcher’s Broom can provide relief for: • Aneurysm • Arteriosclerosis • Blood Clots (prevents) • Capillary Weakness • Hemorrhoids • Inflammation (general) • Jaundice • Phlebitis (vein inflammation) • Stroke Prevention • Thrombosis (blood clotting) • Varicose Veins

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