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“In Russia, Rhodiola rosea is also known as the Arctic Root or the Golden Root and has been used for hundreds of years in traditional medicine to offset the cold climate of Siberia as well as a general tonic for overall well-being by means of its adaptogens.”
“The effects of Rhodiola rosea are attributed to its property of increasing the availability of serotonin and dopamine in the opioid receptors such as beta-endorphins.”
“My epithet 'rosea' does not deny its botanical de - or pro-cumbency.”
“Rhodiola Rhodiola rosea grows in cold regions and at high altitudes in Europe and Asia, where its roots have traditionally been used to increase resistance to physical stress.”
“Russian investigators have demonstrated that Rhodiola rosea improve the parameters of individual performance such as mental as well as reducing mental fatigue and increasing the immune response towards diseases.”
“Rhodiola rosea has no relation to the common rose; however, it has a similar fragrance.”
“Try Herbs -- Use adaptogenic herbs (herbs that help you adapt and balance your response to stress) such as ginseng, Rhodiola rosea, Siberian ginseng, cordyceps, and ashwagandha.”
“Spring Beauty (Claytonia rosea) is abundant all over the Boulder trails now.”
“In 1795, Cavanilles names two more dahlia species: Dahlia coccinea and Dahlia rosea.”
“Important timber trees growing in the reserve include Swietenia macrophylla, Callopyllum brasiliense, Carapa guianensis, Cedrela odorata, Tabebuia rosea and Virola koschnyi.”
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