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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Extension of Drosophila lifespan by Rhodiola rosea through a mechanism independent from dietary restriction.
Effects of rhodiola rosea and salidrosides on cognitive functions
Clinical trial of Rhodiola rosea extract SHR-5 in the treatment of mild to moderate depression.
"This is one of the cases in which the commercial market was established on a particular species, in this case Rhodiola rosea, but numerous other closely related species were similarly used in various herbal traditions," said Mr.
Students in the active intervention received a standardised dose of Rhodiola rosea extract (Vitano [R]) twice daily for 14 days whilst the control group went without any intervention.
Two weeks before you head off, start taking rhodiola rosea. Rhodiola is an adaptogenic herb which may help with jet lag and variations in altitude and temperature.
To address this, we've developed Vital Treasures[TM] SeaRose[TM], a high performance antioxidant formula that features a blend of Golden Root (Rhodiola rosea) and Sea Buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides), specially selected for their powerful bioactive phytocompounds.
Rhodiola rosea has been used for centuries in the medicinal traditions of Asia, Eastern Europe and Scandanavia to enhance physical and mental performance, stimulate the central nervous system and treat depression, stress and debility.
The American Botanical Council (ABC), Austin, TX, welcomed the adoption of rhodiola (Rhodiola rosea) by Jiaherb Inc., a manufacturer and supplier of natural and botanical ingredients, through ABC's Adopt-an-Herb Program.
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.
The study investigating the effect of Rhodiola rosea in students with mild anxiety found: