Rhodiola Rosea (3% Rosavins 1% Salisaroside) Organic Extract
Fatigue & Stress Support*
What is Rhodiola?Rhodiola is one of the many in the category of natural substances known as adaptogens. This small, perennial herb is found in cold regions in North America, The Arctic, Siberia, Europe and the United Kingdom. It goes by different names including Arctic root, the golden root, king's crown and rose root in different parts of the world. Our organic extract has all the compounds that are vital for your health such as phenols, alkaloids, flavonoids, and quinones. *
How Could Rhodiola Rosea Support My Health?Among all the adaptogens, Rhodiola Rosea has been termed as the best due to the numerous health advantages it possesses. Research suggests Rhodiola Rosea may help support healthy weight management, stress support, energy management, cognition support, healthy sexual function and immune support. *
Suggest Usage / DosageThe use of Rhodiola Rosea Extract does not have any severe side effects. However, in rare cases, a few users have reported mild cases of insomnia, chest tightness, increased blood pressure and irritability.
Our extract is organic and will work best if taken on a daily basis. However, if you consider taking this supplement in combination with other products, it would be prudent to follow the recommended dosage and, as always, consult with your doctor.
A point worth noting is that this herb has a bell-curve effect, This means that the efficiency of the extract will not increase if you take more of it. On the contrary, it may turn out to be ineffective. *
Ideal Storage ConditionsUse a sealed container to store this product in a cool, dry place. Keep away from direct light and moisture. Once the package is opened, it must be re-sealed and used within 6 months.
Shelf LifeTwo years from date of manufacture.
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