• Broom Oil

    Broom Oil

    Butcher’s Broom is a low, shrubby, evergreen plant of the lily family. It is native to the Mediterranean, Southern Europe, Africa, and the Middle East.

    Broom oil is derived from the root of butcher’s broom, a wild invasive plant that is also used for ornamental purposes. Broom oil is utilized for treating:

    • Gallstones;
    • Varicose veins, leg swelling or lymphedema, leg cramps;
    • Chronic venous insufficiency;Butchers-Broom-4
    • Hardening of the arteries, and other circulatory disorders;
    • Itching, swelling;
    • Fractures and general inflammation.

    It helps:

    • Prevent cancer;
    • Maintain healthy skin and hair;
    • Reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s disease;
    • Lower cholesterol levels and high blood pressure;
    • Boost the immune system;
    • Treat ulcerative colitis;
    • Relieve arthritis;
    • Provide relief from toothache and deal with halitosis (bad breath).

    Broom oil is also used as an anti-inflammatory, astringent, vasoconstrictor, laxative and diuretic.

    Pro tips: Add 1-2 drops of broom oil to your eye cream and apply to upper and lower eyelids to help get rid of dark circles around your eyes.