Butcher’s Broom, once used by butchers to clean their cutting boards, has a long history of use by people of many cultures. It is a member of the lily family, native to southern and western Europe and the southern U.S. In folk history the herb was taken to nutritionally support the circulatory system. Butcher’s Broom contains important flavonoids (natural substances which strengthen capillary walls) such as rutin. The plant also contains glycolic acid, which is also found in parsley and juniper berries. Our encapsulated butcher’s broom contains the dried, powdered root.
Two capsules with meals twice daily.