Ruscus aculeatus (butcher's-broom)
Venotonic, anti-inflammatory and astringent properties
Employed for the treatment of venous diseases thanks to venotonic, anti-inflammatory and astringent properties, and is particularly effective in treating haemorrhoids and anorectal syndromes.
The activity of saponosidi stimulates smooth cells of the vein wall and supports the action anti-inflammatory and anti-oedema of the rest of the plant complex.
The vascular-protective and vasotonic properties improve symptoms related to venous insufficiency, premenstrual syndrome and symptoms of pregnancy.
- Saponins steroidiche (ruscogenine)
- Ruscus Extract Aculeatus
- Essential oils such as camphor
- Linalyl acetate
- Bornyl acetate
- Anethole and resins
Ideal for sensitive skin, and in cases of capillary fragility due to the protective action of the ep
The diuretic properties of Ruscus aculeatus were already known by the ancients who used the leaves and berries macerated in wine.
Used in the treatment of venous diseases such as swollen legs, cramps, varicose veins and venous stasis, haemorrhoids, gout, kidney stones, chilblains.