RHODIOLA ROSEA Vials Nature Health
RHODIOLA ROSEA (VIALS)
The Golden Root
Category: food supplement
Location and Origin:
Perennial plant which likes the sandy and dry grounds of the rocky slopes and the cliffs of the cold regions of Asia, Siberia, Scandinavia and North America. A perfect adaptation to the extreme conditions of its natural environment. This origin clearly indicates that Rhodiola is able to withstand the extreme conditions of a harsh climate. It is not rare that in Siberia the wintry temperature drops below minus 50 °C, which in no way affects the rhodiola which grows every year in spring. The reputation of the rhodiola is such as the Chinese emperors, formerly, organized every year an expedition in Siberia to bring back this invaluable “Golden Root”, named “Hong Jing Tian” in the Chinese traditional medicine.
Common Names: Rhodiola, Golden Root, Orpin Rose.
Botanical Names: Rhodiola Rosea, formerly Sedum Rosea, Lignul Rhodium family of the Crassulaceae.
English Names: Golden Root, Rhodiola, Arctic Root, Roseroot.
Chinese Name: Hong Jing Tian.
Plant part used: The rhizome.
Information: For more information about these plants you can consult the scientific publications on the Internet.
Presentation: 30 vials of 10ml per box.
Composition: By 10ml vials : Rhodiola Rosea root extract 5 ml, purified water 4ml, Organic honey 1 ml. No dye nor conservative.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
One vial a day after breakfast. Shake before use. To open, pierce the middle of the cover with the bradawl or the tip of the straw provided. Enjoy directly using the straw.
Keep in a fresh and dry place. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. This product is not recommended for the pregnant or breastfeeding women, and children less than 6 years old. Keep out of reach of young children. This food supplement is not a medicine. A food supplement should not be a substitute for a varied and balanced feeding and a healthy way of life.
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