How men can use butcher’s broom to improve penile blood flow

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This weird herb improves circulation all over the body

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How men can use butcher’s broom to improve penile blood flow

Extract of butcher’s broom (Ruscus aculeatus L.) is a well known medicinal formula made out of the roots of a eurasian shrub. 

It was used in Ancient Greece as a laxative and diuretic, but has more recently been used in Europe as an oral treatment for vascular problems.

Such as edema in the lower legs in people with chronic venous insufficiency:

“Ruscus aculeatus, a phytotherapeutic agent that is well known in Europe, may, however, change this. Its vasoconstrictive and venotonic properties make it ideally suited to treat the pooling of blood in the limbs, lack of venous tone (…) it already has a long, proven record of use in Europe for treating a variety of circulatory disorders.” – Redman

Butcher’s broom seems to have a toning effect on the vascular system, alleviating the symptoms of poor circulation…

…such as pooling of blood in the lower limbs and numbness or dizziness when standing up. 

Overall, it seems to be a safe and effective agent to improve general and peripheral circulation, without promoting hypertension or increasing the risks of arterial damage. 

In fact, it is probably generally protective of the vascular system:

“(…) it reduces venous capacity and pooling of blood in the legs and exerts protective effects on capillaries, the vascular endothelium, and smooth muscle. Its flavonoid content strengthens blood vessels, reduces capillary fragility, and helps maintain healthy circulation.” 

The 3 pathways of action for Butcher’s Broom are its effects on the veins, capillaries, and lymphatics, as well as its anti-inflammatory properties. 

These characteristics support the outstanding evidence for its safety and effectiveness for treatment purposes.

In combination with hesperidin methyl chalcone and ascorbic acid (HMC-AA), Butcher’s Broom has been associated with significant reduction of symptoms in patients with chronic venous deficiency.

This is supported by evidence from several clinical studies and meta-analyses. 

“The efficacy of Ruscus/HMC/VitC in CVD is supported by clinical studies, while two meta-analyses have confirmed a significant decrease of several symptoms and ankle circumference in response to treatment with this agent, leading to the conclusion that Ruscus/HMC/VitC deserves a Grade A rating.” – Jawien et al.

“A 12-week treatment with Ruscus aculeatus HMC-AA showed a significant decrease in the clinical symptoms and a significant improvement in the QoL of patients with CVD.” – Guex et al.

The benefits obtained with butcher’s broom are probably quite general in nature, and could help improve many conditions associated with vascular insufficiency.

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Redman DA. Ruscus aculeatus (butcher's broom) as a potential treatment for orthostatic hypotension, with a case report. J Altern Complement Med. 2000;6(6):539-549. doi:10.1089/acm.2000.6.539


Jawien A, Bouskela E, Allaert FA, Nicolaïdes AN. The place of Ruscus extract, hesperidin methyl chalcone, and vitamin C in the management of chronic venous disease. Int Angiol. 2017;36(1):31-41. doi:10.23736/S0392-9590.16.03788-3


Guex JJ, Avril L, Enrici E, Enriquez E, Lis C, Taïeb C. Quality of life improvement in Latin American patients suffering from chronic venous disorder using a combination of Ruscus aculeatus and hesperidin methyl-chalcone and ascorbic acid (quality study). Int Angiol. 2010;29(6):525-532.


de Almeida Cyrino FZG, Balthazar DS, Sicuro FL, Bouskela E. Effects of venotonic drugs on the microcirculation: Comparison between Ruscus extract and micronized diosmine1. Clin Hemorheol Microcirc. 2018;68(4):371-382. doi:10.3233/CH-170281