Rosavin
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Rosavin - also known as Rhodiola Rosea, Rose root, Golden Root and Arctic Root. Sold as "Danzen" or "Anaflazyme" in Asia and Europe . Active ingrediants are:

  • salidroside

  • rosarin

  • rosavin

  • rosin

  • rosiridin

Literature Review Citations

Benefits:

  • can reduce general fatigue under stressful conditions

  • reputation for stimulating the nervous system, decreasing depression, enhancing work performance, eliminating fatigue, and preventing high altitude sickness

  • enhance transport of serotonin precursor

  • immunostimulation

  • "Adaptation is characterized by a decrease or total prevention of hormonal changes peculiar to stress."

Risks:

  • Doses above 800mg per day may caused irritability, insomnia and unpleasant sensations

  • Not advised for nursing mother or pregnancy

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