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Ruscus aculeatus Review

Ruscus aculeatus Review Ruscus aculeatus, also known as Butcher's broom, is a low evergreen Eurasian shrub wherein its roots are used to make as medicine. The chemicals that are contained in Ruscus aculeatus may cause the blood vessels to narrow or constrict and may improve blood circulation in the legs by preventing blood from pooling in the veins. Ruscus aculeatus has been used for the treatment of atherosclerosis, gallstones, hemorrhoids, and symptoms of poor blood circulation such as pain, leg cramps, leg swelling, heaviness, varicose veins, itching, and swelling. Moreover, it has also been used as a laxative, diuretic, to reduce swelling, and to speed the healing of fractures. It is also known as Butcher's Broom, Jew's Myrtle, Knee Holly, Kneeholm, Pettigree, Sweet Broom.
Ruscus aculeatus
Also Known Butcher's Broom, Jew's Myrtle, Knee Holly, Kneeholm, Pettigree, Sweet Broom
Description Ruscus aculeatus, also known as Butcher's broom, is a low evergreen Eurasian shrub wherein its roots are used to make as medicine. The chemicals that are contained in Ruscus aculeatus may cause the blood vessels to narrow or constrict and may improve blood circulation in the legs by preventing blood from pooling in the veins. Ruscus aculeatus has been used for the treatment of atherosclerosis, gallstones, hemorrhoids, and symptoms of poor blood circulation such as pain, leg cramps, leg swelling, heaviness, varicose veins, itching, and swelling. Moreover, it has also been used as a laxative, diuretic, to reduce swelling, and to speed the healing of fractures.
Typical Dose According to studies, Ruscus aculeatus may be taken to relieve symptoms of chronic venous insufficiency with a dose of 150mg taken in combination with 150mg of hesperidin and 100mg of ascorbic acid twice daily.
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Wiki Last Updated: 2016-02-12

Ruscus aculeatus Dosage

According to studies, Ruscus aculeatus may be taken to relieve symptoms of chronic venous insufficiency with a dose of 150mg taken in combination with 150mg of hesperidin and 100mg of ascorbic acid twice daily.

Side Effects

Ruscus aculeatus is possibly safe to use but may cause nausea and stomach upset.

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