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Rosa Rosa ( Rhodiola rosea L.)

Pink rosette
Rosa Rosa ( Rhodiola rosea )

Pink rosette of the family Crassulaceae is one of the model adapters studied since the time of Brechman. Overview of the basic information about it is, for example, Panossian2010rrr .

The stapler is a classical adaptogen with a boosting effect on several physiological systems (like ginseng ), for example on the nervous and cardiovascular system. The main starch content substances include salidroside, which is glucoside tyrosol, phenol-containing diol derived from deaminated tyrosine. Salidroside has an anti-inflammatory and cytoprotective effect ( Guan2012pes , Qian2012sph etc.), protects blood vessels ( Zhu2016spa ), liver ( Yang2016sao ) and is used in the prevention and treatment of hypertension ( Chen2016sep , Lee2013rei , Spanakis2013pib ) and heart disease . It also has the potential to protect against cancer ( Bocharova1994tpe ).

The protective effect on the brain in the scheme is documented by the Chen2016srp study and others. It also confirms the protective salidroside effect on memory ( Zhang2013sab , Palmeri2016sbc , Vasileva2016bec ). The staircases rank as a nootropic on the side of the ginseng. Stops also seem to help to quit alcohol, nicotine, etc. It achieves its dopaminergic ( Blum2007mcc ) and serotonergic ( Mannucci2012sir ) nerve effect. The stapler also has an antidepressant effect commented, for example, in Elalfy2012nad . Lee2011ria, and points to the potential of the stapler against fat accumulation (adipogenesis).

| 19.1.2011

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