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Support Healthy Mood And Stress Levels With Rhodiola Rosea

Support Healthy Mood And Stress Levels With Rhodiola Rosea

Posted on February 24 2017

The traditional Chinese medicine have used Rhodiola Rosea herb for bodily and cognitive potential.

Rhodiola is operable for decreasing fatigue and over tiredness in long periods of tension.

According to research recommendations, this herb as neuroprotective helps for longevity.

Rhodiola is remarkably capable in decreasing physical exhaustion, that turns into tiredness. This has been directly related to stress and mental exhaustion, and then subsequently connected with the exercises.

Some of the preliminary research recommends that using Rhodiola has neuroprotective opposed to toxins. Rhodiola is particularly serotonergic (increases serotonin) and decreases corticosteroids; however, the oral ingestion of rhodiola is most likely not considered pertinent to the inhibition of monoamine oxidases (MAOs), which are most commonly linked to Rhodiola.

Also, Rhodiola can promote longevity, with non-mammalian evidence implying up to 20% lifespan increase, minor to caloric restriction independent mechanisms. However, as much is it seems encouraging, still mammalian evidence is necessary to be confirmed.

Rhodiola is known also as "golden root" or "roseroot" . This herb has been grown in the most unwelcoming areas of the earth: deserts, freezing mountains, dry and barren land. It develops particular compounds in its physical form which helps resistance to the any unpleasant area. *

In the past, the Vikings used this herb to increase their physical strength and endurance. Chinese emperors sent expeditions to Siberia to harvest this plant for medicinal purpose. The people of central Asia have consumed Rhodiola Rosea for treatment of cold and Mongolian used this plant for cancer and tuberculosis.*

Soviet Union's used Rhodiola for military development, the arms race, space exploration, science, medicine, Olympic sports, and industry. In traditional medical systems in Eastern Europe and Asia it is a very popular for the nervous system, preventing and curing depression, increasing physical performance, eliminating tiredness, heart disorders such as irregular heartbeat and high cholesterol.*

Rhodiola has also been used for increasing energy, strength, stamina, mental capacity; it helps as an “adaptogen” to help the body to resist physical, chemical, and environmental stress*.

Rhodiola Benefits

Depression

According to studies on animals, Rhodiola extract looks to enhance the transport of serotonin precursors, tryptophan, and 5-hydroxytryptophan into the brain. Serotonin is a widely studied brain neurotransmitter chemical that is involved in many functions including pain perception, behavior, blood pressure smooth muscle contraction, temperature regulation, appetite, and respiration. Rhodiola has been used by scientists from Russia with antidepressants to improve mental health, and also has been used as benefit in countries where during the year there are many months without sun.*

Stress

Rhodiola rosea has long been known as a adaptogen. Adaptogen is a natural substance considered to help the body adapt to stress and to exert a normalizing effect upon bodily processes. When a stressful situation occurs, consuming adaptogens generates a degree of generalised that allows our physiology to manage the difficult and tough situation in a more ingenious manner. It is believed that adaptogens work by increasing the ability of cells to manufacture and use cell fuel more efficiently.*

Regarding the stress issues, Russian researchers’ have had claims that by consuming this plant there are evidential enhancement in the scope of depression, schizophrenia, fibromyalgia, and chronic fatigue syndrome.*

Muscle Recovery

Rhodiola Rosea extract expand the level of enzymes, RNA, and proteins which has high importance for muscle recovery after full exercise. It also stimulates muscle energy status; glycogen synthesis in muscles and liver; muscle protein synthesis and anabolic activity.*

Memory

According to proofreading studies, it has been demonstrated that Rhodiola Rosea increase memory and concentration ability over lengthen periods. It expand bio-electrical brain activity , that improves memory and brain energy.*

There was a study, which included more students that received 50mg Rhodiola extract for a period of 20 days. Students have had a lot of improvements in physical fitness, psycho-motor function, mental performance, and reduction of mental fatigue, reduced need for sleep, good mood and better study motivation.

Cardiac Problems

Rhodiola has also been shown to be effective for cardiac problems caused or aggravated by stress. It is well accepted where there is high levels of LDL-cholesterol put us at high risk for cardiovascular disease, mainly because they foster the development of atherosclerosis, in which cholesterol-rich plaques build up in our blood vessels. This not only restricts the flow of blood but also damages the walls of the vessels themselves, and it sets us up for heart attacks. LDL-cholesterol, however, is by no means the only culprit in CAD, which is a multistage process that takes years to develop and manifest.*

Cancer

This herb has antitumor activity and increases the body's resistance to toxins. It contains flavonoids, proanthocyanidines, and beta-sitosterol, and also contains salidroside, rosavin, tyrosol, cinnamyl alcohol, and triandrine. *

Rhodiola has been used in conjunction with cyclophosphamide chemotherapy because it makes cyclophosphamide stronger and protects the liver from the damage due to chemotherapy.*

Rhodiola Rosea might be used in combinations with some pharmaceutical anti-tumour agents. Regarding Russian scientists, they had found that the oral consumption of Rhodiola reduced tumour growths in rats by 39% and decreased metastasis by 50%. It enhances immunity in patients and urinary tissue.*

Immune System

Rhodiola both preserves and exhilarates the immune system by reinstating homeostasis (metabolic balance) in the body. It also enlarge the natural killer cells (NK) in the abdomen and resentment. This action may be due to its capacity to make hormonal balance by regulate gluco-corticoid into the body. *

Helps you burn belly fat

Besides cortisol and blood sugar reducing, Rhodiola has effect to fat equation. It turns on an enzyme called 'hormone-sensitive lipase', a substance which allows your body to entry and utilizes the fat stored in abdominal cells. Human clinical studies found that combination of Rhodiola extract and moderate exercise can contribute for loosing belly fat.*

There have also been claims that this plant has great utility as a therapy in asthenic conditions decline in work performance, sleep problem, non appetite, moodiness, hypertension, headaches, and fatigue developing subsequent to intense physical or intellectual strain, flu and other disease. *


Referenced literature:

2002, The Plant Biocentre, Department of Botany, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), 7491 Trondheim, Norway; Volatiles from rhizomes of Rhodiola rosea L.© 2010, Swedish Herbal Institute Research and Development, Askloster, Sweden; Rosenroot (Rhodiola rosea): traditional use, chemical composition, pharmacology and clinical efficacy.

2007; Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of California-Irvine, Irvine, CA 92697, USA; Rhodiola: a promising anti-aging Chinese herb.

2006; Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences, University of Illinois, Urbana, IL 61801, USA; Comparative phytochemical characterization of three Rhodiola species.

2007; Department of Neurology, Armenian State Medical University, Yerevan, Armenia; Clinical trial of Rhodiola rosea L. extract SHR-5 in the treatment of mild to moderate depression.

2009; Department of Psychology, Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden; A randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled, parallel-group study of the standardised extract shr-5 of the roots of Rhodiola rosea in the treatment of subjects with stress-related fatigue.

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