Rhodiola rosea (often referred to as “Golden Root” or “Roseroot”) has been probably in use since Viking times to help boost endurance, reduce occasional fatigue, and support mood. Its consideration of use in the US has occurred somewhat recently due to the Russians keeping it behind the “iron curtain” until about 1994.
Studies have suggested how this perennial herb can have potential overall exercise and recovery benefits. Here’s more...
Helps reduce occasional fatigue
Supports overall heart vitality
Promotes improvement in general well-being
Increases antioxidant levels in certain professional athletes
Aids in reducing occasional anxiety associated with day-to-day life
Protects muscle tissue during exercise
Helps improve some endurance capacity parameters