Rhodiola rosea


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Rhodiola rosea

(rod?e-o'la roz'e-a)
A succulent plant that grows primarily in cold climates or high altitudes. It is used in alternative and complementary medicine as an adaptogen. Synonym: golden root; hong jing tian
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Rhodiola rosea has been categorised as an adaptogen by Russian researchers due to its observed ability to increase resistance to a variety of chemical, biological and physical stressors (Kelly 2001).
Effect of extracts from Rhodiola rosea and Rhodiola crenulata (Crassulaceae) roots on ATP content in mitochondria of skeletal muscles.
This trial was designed to investigate the pharmacological interactions between Rhodiola rosea (rhodiola) ethanol extracts and individual or a mixture of B-vitamins in nociception induced by the formalin test in mice.
While Rhodiola rosea has demonstrated the ability to help people deal with stress, it has also shown promise in alleviating stress-related symptoms such as anxiety and a diminished appetite.
The herb Rhodiola rosea and the B-complex vitamins (especially vitamin B5) offer excellent adrenal support.
The aim was to assess the acute effects of a single dose of adaptogens Rhodiola rosea (RR), Schisandra chinensis (SC) and Eleutherococcus senticosus (ES) extract on mental function in tired individuals performing stressful cognitive tasks.
attitude's roots lie in the ancient herb, Rhodiola rosea.
Phenolic compounds in Rhodiola rosea, including gallic acid, are powerful antioxidants that help stop these effects.
After screening thousands of plant extracts to see which may be able to limit or prevent these changes taking place, Clarins discovered the ocean-dwelling Thermus Thermophillus and Siberian Rhodiola Rosea could help.
Rhodiola rosea, a famous herbal adaptogen from Russia, has already been shown to decrease CRP levels in a human clinical trial (Bull Exp Biol Med, 07/04).