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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