Are you curious about butcher's broom and its purported benefits to blood circulation and more? There are a number of health benefits of butcher's broom, a shrub that gets its name from the traditional use of its branches for making brooms.
Butcher's broom or Ruscus aculeatus is an evergreen shrub that may have originated in Hungary but is now native to the Mediterranean. It has many medicinal properties, and because it is a member of the asparagus family, some people eat its young shoots in a similar manner.
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