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BUTCHER’S BROOM EXTRACT

Butcher’s broom, also known as Ruscus aculeatus, is the dry extract standardized to contain the active saponins ruscogenin and neoruscogenin. Butcher’s broom originates its name by the fact that its branches were bound in bundles and used by butchers to sweep their cutting blocks. It was also commonly used as a broom or a besom. The young shoots of the plant were also eaten much like asparagus, to which it is botanically closely linked.

BOTANICAL ORIGIN
ASSAY
BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY

Ruscus aculeatus L.
Rhizome and root

≥9.0% ≤11.0% of saponins calculated as ruscogenins by spectrophotometry

Vasoprotectant


The ingredients described herein are offered for consideration for use in personal care products. The information provided describes historical use, ingredient activity and other information that may be relevant to their use in such products. How each ingredient would contribute to a particular product would be formulation specific

 


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