What is Butchers broom?

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Butcher's broom or Ruscus aculeatus has been used for 2000 years. It was noted as a laxative, diuretic, and a phlebotherapeutic agent. Early investigations during the 1950s show that extracts of butcher's broom could induce vasoconstriction.

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