Rosavin, Rhodiola, Rosea Salidroside
Also Known As
Rosavin, Rosenroot, Rhodiola Rhizome, Golden Root, Arctic Root, Rhidola
Product Name: Rhodiola P.E.
Latin name: Rhodioia rosea.L
Extraction part:Dry roots
Form: Brown or red brown powder
Rhodiola P.E. Description
Rhodiola rosea is a Traditional Chinese Medicine and Scandinavian herb touted to promote physical/cognitive vitality. It appears to be proven for reducing fatigue and exhaustion in prolonged stressful situations. Rhodiola is also neuroprotective and promotes longevity in preliminary evidence.
In regards to fatigue, rhodiola appears to be able to significantly reduce the effects of prolonged and minor physical exhaustion that results in fatigue. This is more related to stress and the ‘burnout’ effect, or prolonged but low intensity physical exercise. There is some limited evidence that parameters of physical exercise can be improved with rhodiola, but this appears to be limited to untrained persons with numerous studies on trained athletes suggesting that rhodiola does not have an acute ergogenic effect. Despite this, rhodiola appears to be highly reliable in reducing fatigue symptoms and improving symptoms of stress (and secondary to that, well-being) in persons fatigued from non-exercise related stressors.
Rhodiola can improve cognitive functioning in persons who experience a reduction in fatigue, but there is insufficient evidence to support an outright increase in cognition (which should occur in non-fatigued persons) and not enough studies have assessed cognitive decline for conclusions to be made.
Rhodiola highly neuroprotective against toxins (requires more evidence) and that ingestion of rhodiola or its active component can reduce stress-induced binge eating in female rats. In the brain, rhodiola appears to be highly serotonergic (increases serotonin) and reduces corticosteroids; the inhibition of monoamine oxidases (MAOs) commonly attributed to rhodiola may not be relevant following oral ingestion of rhodiola, however.
Rhodiola may also promote longevity, with preliminary (non-mammalian) evidence suggesting up to a 20% increase in lifespan secondary to mechanisms that are indepedent of caloric restriction. Although very promising, mammalian evidence is needed to confirm.
1 Improve immune function, relieve or dispel depressive symptoms.
2 Improves your constitution, Improve the haematopoietic function.
3 Resisting lack of oxygen, anti-aging, anti-cancer, anti-fatigue, and
lower blood sugur.
1 With effective antioxidant capacity as well as effectively resist
disease caused by aging.
2 Enhance memory of people and enhance sexual.
3 Help intracellular calcium into the heart to heart muscle contraction
increased enormously the potential energy. Rhodiola therefore and
adjust the beating of the heart stop arrhythmia.
4 Ascending blood hemoglobin and red blood cell levels.
Supplementation of rhodiola rosea tends to refer to either the SHR-5 extract in particular or an equivalent extract, any that confers both 3% rosavins and 1% salidroside.
Usage of rhodiola as a daily preventative against fatigue has been reported to be effective in doses as low as 50mg.
Acute usage of rhodiola for fatigue and anti-stress has been noted to be taken in the 288-680mg range.
As rhodiola has been shown to have a bell-curve response before, it is recommended to not exceed the aforementioned 680mg dosage as higher doses may be ineffective.