Rhodiola Rosea

This plant belongs to the family Crassulaceae and grows in cold, mountainous regions of the world, including Central Asia, Europe (the Alpes and Pyrenees), Scandinavia (Norway, Sweden, and Denmark), Iceland, Great Britain and Ireland. Known around the world as golden root, rose root, arctic root, etc, it is a plant of many names. Originally used by the Vikings to increase their vitality, strength and robustness, its use later spread to Asia where it became integrated into the therapeutic strategies of traditional Chinese medicine.

Rhodiola rosea extract contains several active constituents, including salidroside and phenylpropanoid glycosides (rosin, rosarin, and rosavin) which are the main compounds responsible for its therapeutic effects.

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