Its roots are considered adaptogens, meaning they help your body adapt to stress when consumed. Rhodiola is also known as arctic root or golden root. Its scientific name is Rhodiola rosea. Its root contains more than 140 active ingredients, with the two most potent being rosavin and salidroside.
Rhodiola rosea is an herbal supplement with adaptogen properties that help to provide general resistance to stress. Although its mechanisms of action are not completely understood, it is clear that rhodiola increases resilience to stress at both the cellular and systemic levels.
Where does Rhodiola rosea grow best?
This flowering herb thrives the best in cold region with high altitude, particularly in Europe, Asia as well as Alaska. Iceland, Greece and France are among the countries where the use of Rhodiola rosea extract has been prominent over the years.
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Some supplements, such as Rhodiola rosea extract, can also improve your brain function. In one of the recent studies to establish the effectiveness of the extract on brain function, 56 physicians with metal fatigue were used as the subjects of the study.
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What are Rhodiola rosea’s main benefits?
The main benefits of rhodiola are associated with its adaptogenic properties and include reduced stress and fatigue, as well as increased mental performance, particularly under stressful conditions. Rhodiola has an extensive track record for efficacy, with medicinal use dating back centuries, when it was used to promote healing, stress relief, and increased sense of wellbeing. In preclinical studies involving model organisms such as fruit flies, worms, and yeast, rhodiola has been shown to have anti-aging and longevity-promoting properties, as well as anti-cancer effects. More research is needed to determine whether there are similar effects in humans.
How does Rhodiola rosea work?
Although it is known for its ability to alleviate psychological stress and anxiety, rhodiola has also been shown to interact with cellular stress-response signaling in in vitro studies, indicating that it may have benefits at the cellular level as well as the systemic level. The mechanisms behind rhodiola’s ability to mitigate stress in humans are complex and not well understood. The anti-stress effects of rhodiola may occur in part due to it being able to blunt cortisol release under stressful conditions.
Dosage of Rhodiola rosea
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.