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THE STRESS SUPERHERB – RHODIOLA ROSEA

January 14, 2020

It’s so easy to fall into the rut of relying too heavily on caffeine to get you through a busy day. Instead of reaching for your sixth cup of coffee, there is an ancient super-herb that could give you the energy you just need in times of stress.

Have you ever heard of Rhodiola Rosea?

This miraculous medicinal plant grows in the cold, mountainous regions of Europe and Asia.⁠
Its roots are considered to be adaptogenic, meaning they help your body adapt to stress, anxiety, mental and physical fatigue, and depressed mood when consumed.

Rhodiola is also known as arctic root or golden root, and its scientific name is Rhodiola rosea.

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History of Rhodiola Rosea

Hundreds of years ago Viking warriors from Scandinavia used Rhodiola Rosea to improve their physical performance, endurance and strength on the battlefield.

People in Russia and Scandinavian countries have used rhodiola to treat anxiety, fatigue and depression for centuries.

Today, it’s widely used as a dietary supplement for its many health benefits.

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Benefits of this marvelous adaptogen

Consuming adaptogens during stressful times is thought to help you handle stressful situations better. Rhodiola Rosea as an adaptogen increase your body’s resistance to stress, allowing you to better cope during stressful times.

Rhodiola is used for increasing energy, stamina, strength and mental capacity. It also could help the body adapt to and resist physical, chemical, and environmental stress and it is used for improving athletic performance, shortening recovery time after long workouts, improving sexual function; for depression; and for heart disorders such as irregular heartbeat and high cholesterol.

How to choose the best Rhodiola?

The key to choosing any supplement is to look closely at the ingredients, otherwise, you can’t be sure if it could work.⁠

⁠The perfect Rhodiola supplement is 100% freeze-dried root powder and water extracted, without fillers or binders. Rhodiola Rosea, it’s been scientifically tested and researched to have active ingredients such as rosavin, salidroside - which is what this extract is standardized too and for.⁠

⁠Rhodiola Rosea extract should contain 3% Rosavin and 1% Salidroside. The ratio that’s used in all of the studies on this herb for stress management and energy.⁠
Try out today the most powerful formula of 500mg per serving here.

To make it even more effective, we added Powerful Blend of natural stress support herbs – Ashwagandha, Schisandra, Passion Flower. Those potent adaptogens make our super Rhodiola more rewarding for results you are expecting.

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Ishaque S, Shamseer L, Bukutu C, et al. Rhodiola rosea for physical and mental fatigue: a systematic review. BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine. 2012

 

Bystritsky A, Kerwin L, Feusner JD. A pilot study of Rhodiola rosea for generalized anxiety disorder (GAD). Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine. 2008




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