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Rhodiola Rosea Extract

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Rhodiola Rosea Extract
[English Name] Rhodiola Rosea
[Chinese Name] Hong Jing Tian
[Latin Name] Rhodiola Rosea
[ingredients]Salidroside and Rosavin detected by HPLC
Content: Salidroside 1%, 2%, 3% Rosavin 3%
Appearance: Fine powder
Color: Brown
Particle Size: NLT100%80mesh
Order: Characteristic
Taste: Characteristic
Moisture: 5%max
Heavy metal: 10ppm max
Pesticides: Negative
Total Plate Count: 1000cfu/g max
Yeast / Mold: 100cfu/g max
E. Coli: Negative
Salmonella: Negative
Pseudomonas aeruginosa: Negative
[Medicinal Functions]
Traditional folk medicine used R. Rosea to increase physical endurance, work productivity, longevity, resistance to high altitude sickness, and to treat fatigue, depression, anemia, impotence, gastrointestinal ailments, infections, and nervous system disorders. In mountain villages of Siberia, a bouquet of roots is still given to couples prior to marriage to enhance fertility and assure the birth of healthy children. 2 In Middle Asia, R. Rosea tea was the most effective treatment for cold and flu during severe Asian winters.
Mongolian doctors prescribed it for tuberculosis and cancer. 13 For centuries, only family members knew where to harvest the wild "golden roots" and the methods of extraction. 2 Siberians secretly transported the herb down ancient trails to the Caucasian Mountains where it was traded for Georgian wines, fruits, garlic, and honey. Chinese emperors sent expeditions to Siberia to bring back the "golden root" for medicinal preparations.
Linnaeus wrote of R. Rosea as an astringent and for the treatment of hernia, leucorrhoea (vaginal discharge), hysteria, and headache. 4, 7 In 1755 R. Rosea was included in the first Swedish Pharmacopoeia. Vikings used the herb to enhance their physical strength and endurance. 14 German researchers described the benefits of R. Rosea for pain, headache, scurvy, hemorrhoids, as a stimulant, and as an anti-inflammatory. 15, 16
In 1961, G. V. Krylov, a Russian botanist and taxonomist in the Department of Botany at the Novosibirsk Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, LED an expedition to the cedar taiga in the Altai Mountains of southern Siberia where he located and identified the "golden root" as Rhodiola rosea. 17 Extracts of the R. Rosea root were found to contain powerful adaptogens. Research revealed that it protected animals and humans from mental and physical stress, toxins, and cold. 2, 17 The quest for new medicines to treat diseases such as cancer and radiation sickness, and to enhance physical and mental performance, LED to the discovery of a group of phenylpropanoids that are specific to R. Rosea.

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