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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If a dietary supplement product label lists Rhodiola rosea as an ingredient, it is important for manufacturers to set appropriate specifications for ingredient identity and to communicate these clearly to the suppliers," Dr.
Acute Rhodiola rosea intake can improve endurance exercise performance.
Extension of Drosophila lifespan by Rhodiola rosea through a mechanism independent from dietary restriction.
Rhodiola rosea versus sertraline for major depressive disorder: a randomized placebo-controlled trial.
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).
Expect more healthcare actives like rhodiola rosea, griffonia and superoxide dismutase to appear in 2010's beauty products, forging a stronger link with nutricosmetics.
ABC is deeply grateful to Jiaherb for its generous support of ABC's non-profit educational mission via their adoption of Rhodiola rosea," said Mark Blumenthal, founder and executive director of ABC.
Mao and colleagues from the University of Pennsylvania (Pennsylvania, US) completed a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, comparison trial of oral Rhodiola rosea (roseroot) extract versus conventional antidepressant for mild to moderate major depressive disorder.
Vitamin B1 (thiamine), which you'll find in beans, nuts, meat, and whole grains, and the herb Rhodiola rosea, can increase both sexual function and your energy levels.
Known to have neuroprotective, cardio-protective, anti-oxidative and anti-carcinogenic effects, Rhodiola rosea extracts have also been shown to improve energy, mood, cognitive function and memory.
Rhodiola rosea, of the Crassulaceae family, has been traditionally used to alleviate symptoms of everyday stressors including anxiety, stress, fatigue, and depression.