Rhodiola rosea: A Versatile Adaptogen

@article{Khanum2005RhodiolaRA,
  title={Rhodiola rosea: A Versatile Adaptogen},
  author={F. Khanum and A. S. Bawa and B. Singh},
  journal={Comprehensive Reviews in Food Science and Food Safety},
  year={2005},
  volume={4},
  pages={55-62}
}
  • F. Khanum, A. S. Bawa, B. Singh
  • Published 2005
  • Biology
  • Comprehensive Reviews in Food Science and Food Safety
  • Rhodiola rosea (rose root) belonging to the family Crassulaceae is a popular medicinal plant in Russia, Scandinavia, and many other countries. Extracts of the roots of this plant have been found to favorably affect a number of physiological functions including neurotransmitter levels, central nervous system activity, and cardiovascular function. It is being used to stimulate the nervous system, decrease depression, enhance work performance, eliminate fatigue, and prevent high-altitude sickness… CONTINUE READING

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