Sweep away the pain and obvious discomfort of chronic venous insufficiency, DVT and varicose veins with Swanson Butcher's Broom. This European tonic is steeped in a long and rich history of undeniable success and now you too can enjoy the fruits of its spoils - without having to unearth your neighbour's shrubbery.
Varicose veins come in many different guises. For a lot of us, they aren't simply the preserve of the elderly; they come young. Initially seeming to be little more than a cosmetic blight on our skin, they can later become a more pronounced threat to your health.
Varicose veins can cause complications because they essentially stop your blood flowing properly. Whilst the majority of us won't experience complications there are those of us who will. Those complications manifest themselves as everything from varicose veins through to the silent danger that is deep vein thrombosis. If you do experience problems, chances are that they will occur several years after your varicose veins first appear.
Butcher's Broom (Ruscus aculeatus) is actually from the lily family (as is asparagus) and it takes the form of a scratchy, barbed evergreen shrub. Found principally in Britain, it is actually not as unsightly as its name implies and was integrated to help illuminate ornamental gardens as far back as the 17th century.
Its name is unsurprisingly prescriptive; its fiercely resilient and probing structure was more often used to remove the most tenacious scraps of meat from the abattoir floor than they were to soothe the poorly. Like so many plants of its type, plants with ancient and barbaric security systems, it had something to hide though - its root!
Every capsule of Swanson Butcher's Broom delivers no less than 470 mg of pure, dried Butcher's Broom root and it is in that tonic that the secret to better venous health is hidden.
While Swanson Butcher's Broom has been used as everything from household item to unpleasant vegetable dish, it has always been held that its principal utility was as a herbal remedy. Widely used across Europe for centuries to treat venous conditions, it is now starting to gain notoriety across the pond too - with US researchers seemingly intrigued by the potential health benefits of the herb.
Circulatory and inflammatory conditions can be the cause of so many modern life's problems. They present a cosmetic and a medical issue in seemingly equal measure. They are caused when the blood in your veins doesn't flow properly. This causes interference with the way your skin exchanges nutrients, waste products and - most importantly - oxygen with your blood. When that exchange is consistently disrupted it is known as chronic venous insufficiency. This can cause a range of conditions which Swanson Butcher's Broom has been known to treat.
Swanson Butcher's Broom works by increasing blood circulation, blood flow and strengthening blood vessels. This helps to reduce capillary fragility and prevents blood pooling in the legs. This means that Swanson Butcher's Broom can even relieve swollen lymph glands aiding with conditions like carpal tunnel syndrome.
Take one capsule each day with a glass of water (as a dietary supplement).
Other Ingredients: Gelatin, may contain one or more of the following: microcrystalline cellulose (plant fibre), magnesium stearate, silica.
If you are already taking other medication or suffer from any pre-existing conditions which you believe may contradict this supplement then ALWAYS seek advice from your doctor or health practitioner before taking.
Do not exceed recommended dose.
Do not take if outer seal is broken or damaged upon purchase.